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100 Huntley Street - November 25, 2021
Monica Edwards is from Lytton First Nation in British Columbia. Her family was directly impacted by the fires and floods that have ravaged not only Indigenous communities, but the whole southern region. She shares the hard-hit realities her people are facing.
Andy Harrington serves as Executive Director of the Canadian Foodgrains Bank, a coalition of 30 denominations that work together to end global hunger. Today, we talk with Andy about the impact of the flooding which took place in British Columbia. Andy’s home is located in the mountains outside of Chilliwack BC, and they are basically cut off from everything. Andy brings a unique and personal perspective as someone who is involved in disaster response for a living, as well as the impact on Canada as a whole – since the lower mainland is cut off and it is a major port. This is a great supply chain disruption to the rest of Canada. Andy is currently helping to coordinate disaster response in this area. http://foodgrainsbank.ca
Up Next in 2021
100 Huntley Street - November 24, 2021
Mark Davis Pickup shares his powerful and heartfelt story about his journey with Multiple Sclerosis which he describes as both terrifying and illuminating. This journey began in 1984, Mark has had a very keen sense of Jesus’s presence with him through the years. Mark explains how God did not deli...
100 Huntley Street - November 23, 2021
Tuesday, November 23rd, 2021
Dan and Joy Loney
Joy came to faith at a young age and her Pastor’s wife led her in a prayer to accept Jesus into her heart. She later married Dan, at 18 years of age and together they had five children in six years. Years later, after her oldest daughter was engaged...
100 Huntley Street - November 22, 2021
Monday, November 22nd, 2021
Pastor Kyle serves as Lead Pastor of Princeton Baptist Church located in Princeton, British Columbia. Princeton Baptist runs the only foodbank in their town, and also a firewood ministry which has increased in momentum since the main gasoline in town just...