Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, November 12th, 2018

Mariette McDonald
Mariette was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in 2012, and also suffered a significant neck fracture. The chaplain from Menno Place, where Mariette was living, remembers that she didn't think Mariette would recover because of the severity of her condition. After praying for Mariette and "asking God for mercy and bringing her back and it was a long journey but then she came back, and suddenly she was getting so much better. Not just physically, but also cognitively." Mariette believes it was a miracle: There's no way, without intervention by God, it has to be God. It's a miracle, because no nothing else would have taken me out of there.” Mariette's daughter, Audrey talks about how her mom wants to make a difference: "Because she wants to help people, she wants to ensure that people understand what Alzheimer’s is, what dementia is, ‘cause honestly until you experience it, it’s hard to believe that this happens. It’s hard to believe that somebody comes back from this. So yeah, it’s a miracle for sure. No question."

Richie Hall
Richie Hall has seen all the ups and downs a CFL career has to offer. He is an all-star, award winning, Grey Cup Champion with a coaching career who is into his forth decade in the CFL. Some would call him a warrior-poet who understands and articulates the mental toughness it takes to excel in sports and life. He is not only a playermaker in pro football, but a humanitarian difference maker in giving back in ways, touching everyone he meets. “Smoke and Mirrors” is an eclectic mix of biography, a 30-year friendship with the author, sports psychology, loads of stories from his life in football, and life lessons for the sports fan to those simply interested in personal growth. The book is a unique glimpse into a warrior-poet and humanitarian. A man who is a described, ‘as a master teacher or maestro,’ by CFL Hall of Famer Eddie Davis. A fun look at the inner workings of the CFL, and the fascinating sport that pulls in life-long passionate fans. https://richiehall.com/

Margaret Etcher Theriault
Adopted at a very young age, Margaret accepted Jesus as her Saviour at the young age of 7 while attending a Christian Camp. Margaret loved to read Bible stories and sing songs about Jesus and knew that her sins were forgiven. As the years passed by and Margaret reached her 20’s, she began to question her Christianity and whether or not she was a ‘good’ Christian. Margaret lost her father suddenly when she was 28. Living on her own in a basement apartment Margaret reached the lowest point of her life. She cried a lot of tears and it was during this time that Margaret turned to scripture and began to journal. Through this she learned that Jesus is her Father and she clung to truth found in Psalm 68:5 where she read that God is a Father to the fatherless and sets the lonely in families. After marrying, Margaret began a search for her biological family and through all of the seasons of her life, Margaret has found healing and hope through her journey of faith and trust in her Heavenly Father Who she talks with all the time in prayer. Margaret hopes that her story will bring hope and help to others who may struggle with their adoption story and that they may realize that their true and lasting identity is found in God.


Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

Aymie Franks
Bill and Aymie Franks got married May 2013. They had plans to raise a big family and wanted to get started right away. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out that way. Aymie was diagnosed with stage four endometriosis and was told she could not conceive without medical help. They waited and went through an emotionally draining season; praying, standing and believing God against all odds. When they had given up, God showed up. They had a miracle baby; Lyra after three years. Five months after Lyra’s first birthday, Aymie conceived again, this time a boy!

Bill Franks


Cheri Denis
For over forty-five years Cheri’s passion has been her family and her life’s work as an artist and poet. Her exquisitely detailed paintings emit the quiet reflective quality of pure poetry. The images beckon the viewer to pause from the flutter of daily activities to reflect on that which is of true and lasting value. Her poetry springs up with hope for the heart. Cheri speaks so highly of David Mainse, and the wonderful legacy he left through the countless lives that were transformed through 100 Huntley Street. She said, “The Crossroads ministry has held a special place in my heart since 1982 when I discovered the broadcast as a new believer. And then one unforgettable day in 1983, as I watched 100 Huntley Street the Gospel message was shared, and the invitation was given as the screen shifted to the phone line operators. My son & daughter said, "We want to call and ask Jesus into our hearts..." www.cheridenis.com


Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Rebecca Jean Cowboy
Rebecca didn’t realize she was getting bigger until her diabetes and blood pressure diagnoses got worse. She became more alert when people started dying at young ages in her community. She took her life and health more seriously, sought medical help, gave her life to Christ, was healed emotionally, physically and mentally. It’s not been an easy road, she’s failed and fallen severally but rises up again never giving up.

Martin Naistus
Pastor Martin Naistus grew up in Onion Lake, SK. He was raised in an alcoholic home. He also suffered sexual abuse and eventually left his community. On the verge of suicide, a voice spoke to him which kept him alive. He received Christ and later returned to his community with a dream to pastor his people. Today Martin is a pastor of a beautiful congregation that is dedicated to ministering to the Lord and the people.


Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Autumn Miles
Autumn Miles is a dynamic speaker and host of “The Autumn Miles Show,” which airs on the Salem Radio Network in Dallas. In her new book, “I Am Rahab: Touched by God. Fully Restored,” Autumn shares how she overcame her own past of domestic violence and divorce. Using the biblical character of Rahab the harlot, Autumn shows readers how God can use their mistakes for good. “For years, I carried the shame and weight of my past. I was ‘Autumn the Divorcee’ or ‘Autumn the Abuse Victim,’” She said: “I connected with biblical characters known for their failures. But when I found Rahab, I saw a woman whom God used, despite a sordid past.” Throughout the book, Autumn uses her personal story, as well the biblical account of Rahab, to show God’s restoration. www.autumnmiles.com.

Chuck Borsellino
Chuck has a small lump under his left jaw, but later found out it’ was cancerous. Unfortunately, their insurance was rejected by the hospital. He prayed with his wife Jennie and the hospital (UT Southwestern) called the next day saying the treatments were taken care of. At his first appointment, they got the worst case scenario: stage four cancer that had metastasized… not curable. Chuck went through a heavy schedule of various treatments -- 48 radiation and 8 chemotherapy treatments, neck surgery, and physiotherapy. Chuck and Jennie trusted God throughout their darkest days and have seen a remission of the cancer. Chuck encourages others that are suffering with life threatening illnesses to call on God – Jehovah Raffa – the God that healeth thee.


Friday, November 16th, 2018

Jonathan McKee
In a world full of caring adults, how is it that we keep missing the cries of hurting kids? “Today, when the bell rings, kids might leave their school campus, but they can never escape the other world, a world where mockers and intimidators thrive. Ironically, they carry a gateway to that world right in their pockets with them, because they see that world as an avenue of escape. . .but in reality, it’s putting them in bondage," says author and youth expert Jonathan McKee in The Bullying Breakthrough. With chapters including, Digital Hurt, The Escape Key, Why Didn’t You Say Anything?, Meet the Principal, Real-World Solutions, and more, McKee shares his own heart-rending story and offers a sobering glimpse into the rapidly changing world of bullies, bystanders, and the bullied while providing helpful ways to connect with these kids, open doors of dialogue, and give them the encouragement they need and the validation they're searching for. . .too often in all the wrong places. If you interact with kids, you need this book! www.TheSource4Parents.com

Paul Teske
From 1994 to 2004, Paul Teske was on a journey; he began studying healing, and saw people healed. He then suffered cerebral hemorrhage while teaching at a conference. His left side was paralyzed immediately. Holding on to an assurance of God’s promise to heal him in twenty-one days, the Connecticut based Lutheran Pastor proceeded to attend a Benny Hinn crusade in Baltimore, there he was healed during worship. Dr. Hinn commissioned his healing ministry, which has taken all over the world witnessing amazing testimonies of God’s power. http://paulteske.com/


100 Huntley Street is Canada's longest running daily television show and the sixth longest running daily television show in the world. Authentic and interactive, 100 Huntley Street brings you the amazing stories of people – whether they be world leaders, celebrities, sports figures, or everyday people – who have had life-changing encounters with God.