Upcoming Guests
Monday, January 18th, 2021

Lauren Daigle
Music Video "Rescue"

Ukraine Orphan Roman shares his story about being abandoned by his alcoholic mother and living in a Ukrainian orphanage and how visits from Seminary students sharing the love of Jesus changed his life forever.

Tuesday, January 19th, 2021

Jamie Ivey
In her new book, You Be You: Why Satisfaction and Success Are Closer Than You Think Jamie Ivey, bestselling author and host of the popular “The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey” podcast (25M+ total downloads), wants women to know that making their mark on the world doesn’t happen by mimicking someone else’s life or calling. An abundant life is closer than they think; they just need to know how to take hold of it. “We’ve all seen motivational posts on social media that say things like, ‘Girl, you got this’ and ‘You control your destiny,’” says Ivey. “These ideas are super motivating, but they’re shallow and unsustainable. They are not capable of bringing lasting hope and peace to someone’s life or powerful enough to help us overcome real-life struggles. I want women to know that the One who made them has the days of their lives already numbered, planned, and written.” In You Be You, Ivey draws from her personal experiences to encourage women in a way that’s charming, relatable, and relevant. Ivey insists that living faithfully in the here and now is the key to an abundant life and encourages women to turn to God – and away from social media feeds – to discover their purpose and direction. “Every woman has talents and giftings that he’s invested in them, designed for a purpose way bigger than herself. I want every woman to know that no tragedy is oppressive enough to suffocate what God has put her on this earth for. Embracing this leads to true satisfaction and success—right here, right now.” http://jamieivey.com

Music Video "Get Used to Different" http://mandisaofficial.com/home

Wednesday, January 20th, 2021

Vanable H. Moody II
Pastor Van Moody sits down with 100 Huntley Street’s, Greg Musselman, to discuss an 11-week series he created which examines the history, dynamics and manifestations of racism, and will provide awareness, education and action that will give clarity to the steps that are necessary for reconciliation to effectively transpire. Moody will address the differing perspectives of racism that exist, how systemic racism has created a wealth gap, the effects of racial oppression and racial superiority, and much more. The series will also include interviews with: Albert Tate, Lead Pastor for Fellowship Church Monrovia (Monrovia, CA), Dr. Korie Sherman, Professor of Sociology at Ohio State University, and Phil Vischer, Evangelical Pastor and Creator of VeggieTales. http://theworshipcentercc.org http://vanmoody.com

Junior W Smith
Junior Smith is the Digital Pastor for Castle http://crossroads.ca/247prayer/

Thursday, January 21st, 2021

Melanie Willard
Adventurous, passionate, and a fighter who is no stranger to adversity, Melanie has overcome many life-threatening battles such as cancer, loss, eating disorders, domestic abuse and addictions. No matter what Melanie has been through, God was always faithful, loving, patient and present. She saw His hand deliver, heal and restore her in so many ways! Melanie shares her story in the book "Dare to be RAW"! http://melaniewillard.com

Mariah Charleson
Vaccine rollouts have begun in Indigenous communities and many community members are hesitant due to discrimination in the health care system. To help us understand more, Crystal connects us to Vice President of Nuu-Chah-Nulth Tribal Council, Mariah Charleson. Mariah shares with us the challenges in getting the vaccines to 14 of their community locations, some of which are accessible only by boat, plane or water taxi. Their fight against COVID 19, focuses on protecting elders as they are the encyclopedias to their history and culture. PRAYER is what communities are asking as the v-rollout continues. http://nuuchahnulth.org

Friday, January 22nd, 2021

TIffany Espensen
Tiffany Espensen is 21 years old and is an American actress who can be seen in projects such as Marvel's Spiderman: Homecoming, Disney Plus' Kirby Buckers, NCIS, Criminal Minds, House M.D., Netflix's Monsterville, and many more. Tiffany was adopted from China during the One Child Policy and brought to America at 13 months. She is passionate about advocating for the value of human life at all stages and desires for her generation to follow the Lord. She holds a black belt in Chinese Martial Arts. She is also a Global Ambassador for Australia Zoo's Wildlife Warriors, established by Steve and Terri Irwin, educating people on protecting and preserving wildlife conservation. Tiffany also spoke and organized an event at the United Nations in 2019 during the Commission on the Status of Women Conference surrounding Women's Journeys to Leadership and how faith has impacted their life. Tiffany holds a Bachelor's in Political Science from Liberty University and is studying to get her Master's in Christian Theology.