Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, June 14th, 2021

Arden Bevere
Redefined is filled with Biblical and modern-day examples that remind us of what God has called us to do and who we are called to be. There is beauty, victory, and power that can be found in the broken pieces of our past, and each person has the power to redirect the trajectory of their life. It’s time to trade brokenness for restoration in God’s image and calling… • Redefining what it means to be a son or daughter of God • Replacing 10 negative labels spoken about millennials with God-given identify • Social Media: A potential breeding ground for pride and comparison • The danger of equating “making a difference” with “being noticed” • The key to healing: Run towards, not away from, the broken parts of your life • How to tap into stability in an instable world “My prayer is that we will not be a generation defined by past labels but by God’s calling to bring hope, healing, and change wherever we go,” writes Bevere. “We will be a generation redefined by who God says we are. We will take hold of all that he has for us. We will step into our inheritance as sons and daughters of God. We will be a voice for the people around us. We’ll be a generation that goes further than any before us because we’re fully immersed in the knowledge of God and committed to the journey ahead.” Arden Bevere is the youngest son of John and Lisa Bevere and the cofounder of Sons & Daughters, a movement committed to raise up a generation of uncompromising followers of Christ who will transform our world. He has a passion to see his generation go further than any that came before it, fully alive in this Godadventure. https://www.sonsanddaughters.tv//a> https://www.ardenbevere.com//a>

Andrew Blackwood
Andrew Blackwood is a Teen, Individual, Couple and Family Coach. With a Masters of Divinity in Counseling and a Doctorate in Ministry to Marriage & Family, Andrew has helped hundreds of families through all kinds of difficult situations including depression, anxiety, substance use, self-harm, stress, anger, self-esteem, abuse and overall parent/teen & relationship http://coachdrew.ca

Brian Doerksen
This week on 100 Huntley Street, we will be featuring Bible Teaching Segments with Brian Doerksen. Brian is a songwriter, recording artist, conference speaker and songwriting instructor, but most of all he loves spending time with his high-school sweetheart Joyce (they have been married for 36 years.) Brian & Joyce have 4 daughters and 2 sons with Fragile X Syndrome. His songs are known and sung in faith communities around the world including ‘Come now is the time to worship’, ‘Refiner’s Fire’, ‘Hope Of The Nations’ and ‘The River.’ http://briandoerksen.com


Tuesday, June 15th, 2021

Todd Tilghman
Todd Tilghman is a husband and father passionate about family, adoption, loving people, bringing joy and music. Though Todd is best known as the winner of Season 18 on NBC’s The Voice, he has been involved with music and singing his entire life. Todd sang his first song in church at age eight and has spent the years since singing for the love of singing. It’s difficult to place Todd’s music into genre constraints as he simply sings what he experiences. Todd has spent his adulthood in full-time ministry and currently resides in Meridian, Mississippi, with his wife, Brooke, and their eight children. Todd and Brooke recently co-authored their book “Every Little Win: How Celebrating Small Victories can Lead to Big Joy, and Todd is currently working on music for his debut album. https://toddtofficial.com https://thomasnelson.com/p/every-little-win

Brian Doerksen
This week on 100 Huntley Street, we will be featuring Bible Teaching Segments with Brian Doerksen. Brian is a songwriter, recording artist, conference speaker and songwriting instructor, but most of all he loves spending time with his high-school sweetheart Joyce (they have been married for 36 years.) Brian & Joyce have 4 daughters and 2 sons with Fragile X Syndrome. His songs are known and sung in faith communities around the world including ‘Come now is the time to worship’, ‘Refiner’s Fire’, ‘Hope Of The Nations’ and ‘The River.’ http://briandoerksen.com

Matt Musselman
Honoring our Healthcare Heroes… Matt Musselman is a paramedic and has been faithfully serving throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Matt shares his personal reflection on how this unprecedented season has impacted his life, and what he has learned about himself, his colleagues, and God. Healthcare Heroes around the world demonstrate a selfless love by their dedication to serve others. Join us as we honor Healthcare Heroes and thank them for the sacrifices they make, and risks they take, for the sake of the greater community.

Todd and Brooke Tilghman
Todd Tilghman and his wife, Brooke, share how decades of unrelenting challenges have taught them a joyful mindset of embracing not only winning The Voice but also "every little win" along the way. When Todd Tilghman, pastor and father of eight from Meridian, Mississippi, auditioned for The Voice, he counted it as a win simply to sing in front of an audience other than family and church members. Despite no music or vocal training, he not only made it through the blind audition--with all four celebrity judges vying to coach him--he also won the show's entire eighteenth season. Fans were drawn to Todd's tremendous joy on stage, giving them much-needed inspiration during the hard challenges of a global pandemic. In their first book, Todd and Brooke share how their focus on joy and celebrating every little win has helped them to overcome numerous challenges over their twenty-plus-year marriage. From adopting two children from South Korea to fighting for their newborn son's life to pastoring a small congregation through periods of adversity, Todd and Brooke share the lessons they've learned and the strategies that have moved them from fear to faith to ever-present joy. https://toddtofficial.com https://thomasnelson.com/p/every-little-win


Wednesday, June 16th, 2021

Brian Doerksen
This week on 100 Huntley Street, we will be featuring Bible Teaching Segments with Brian Doerksen. Brian is a songwriter, recording artist, conference speaker and songwriting instructor, but most of all he loves spending time with his high-school sweetheart Joyce (they have been married for 36 years.) Brian & Joyce have 4 daughters and 2 sons with Fragile X Syndrome. His songs are known and sung in faith communities around the world including ‘Come now is the time to worship’, ‘Refiner’s Fire’, ‘Hope Of The Nations’ and ‘The River.’ http://briandoerksen.com

Alisha Eich
Alisha is a worship leader and song writer with a passion for the Kingdom of God. Alisha's heart for people to know and experience His love and presence is particularly evident in her music, and is highlighted with lyrical storytelling, sweet but powerful vocals, and melodic creativity. Although some of her past recordings could be labelled as inspirational/pop, her personal satisfaction in music has always been found serving in her local church through leading and being a part of worship. Her newest music taps into the corporate worship genre of Christian music with hopes of bringing a fresh, creative sound to the mix. Alisha is gearing up to release her first full length album, 'I'm Listening', and recently sat down with 100 Huntley Street Host, Mark Masri, to share some of the inspiration behind the songs, in particular the song “Your Name”. https://www.alishaeich.com//a>


Thursday, June 17th, 2021

Brian Doerksen
This week on 100 Huntley Street, we will be featuring Bible Teaching Segments with Brian Doerksen. Brian is a songwriter, recording artist, conference speaker and songwriting instructor, but most of all he loves spending time with his high-school sweetheart Joyce (they have been married for 36 years.) Brian & Joyce have 4 daughters and 2 sons with Fragile X Syndrome. His songs are known and sung in faith communities around the world including ‘Come now is the time to worship’, ‘Refiner’s Fire’, ‘Hope Of The Nations’ and ‘The River.’ http://briandoerksen.com

Lucinda Mason
The Olympic Prayer Journey is a collaboration with Athletes in Action, Making Your Life Count, Jesus Film Project, Cru, JCCC and others. We are using the worldwide popularity of the Olympics as a springboard to leverage prayer for 17 countries around the globe, one for each day of the Games. Starting with the host country, Japan, on July 23rd, the date of Opening Ceremonies, and ending on August 8th, the date of the Closing Ceremonies, with France, the host of the 2024 Summer Games. Between them we will circle the globe, hitting every continent, to pray for a different nation each day. Japan, Australia, Indonesia, China, India, Turkey, Egypt, South Africa, Nigeria, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Jamaica, Mexico, UK, Germany, France The goal is to draw people in to virtually travel to each country, where they will be welcomed by a key national who will share about his or her country and his/her dream for the ministry in the next few years. Each day we will pray for the same five topics with the requests personalized for each country. · Pray for the Games · Pray for the Nation · National Challenges · Furthering the Kingdom · Praying for the Impact of Sports Our dream is to see tens of thousands of believers targeting the country of the day, lifting up the same requests before the Throne of God. He desires that we come together in united prayer. He knows everything, yet He wants us to pray specifically, and He chooses to respond by answering those prayers in miraculous ways. We expect, by faith, to see strongholds broken, lives changed, nations set free as a result of people banding together in one heart and mind, united in prayer. https://www.give.cru.org/0114250//a>

Courtenay Erhardt
Honoring our Healthcare Heroes… Courtenay Erhardt is a Registered Nurse and has been faithfully serving throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Courtenay shares her personal reflection on how this unprecedented season has impacted her life, and what she has learned about herself, her colleagues, and God. Healthcare Heroes around the world demonstrate a selfless love by their dedication to serve others. Join us as we honor Healthcare Heroes and thank them for the sacrifices they make, and risks they take, for the sake of the greater community.

Tommy Bird
On today’s program we are highlighting the story of two First Peoples as they explain how Covid has affected their communities. They will also discuss the benefits of a partnership with Crossroads. Featured in this segment are Rebecca Sylvestre who serves as Executive Director of the Turnor Lake/Birch Narrows Community Kitchen, and Tommy Bird who is Community Leader in South End Saskatchewan. https://www.firstpeoplesvoices.ca//a>

Rebecca Sylvestre
On today’s program we are highlighting the story of two First Peoples as they explain how Covid has affected their communities. They will also discuss the benefits of a partnership with Crossroads. Featured in this segment are Rebecca Sylvestre who serves as Executive Director of the Turnor Lake/Birch Narrows Community Kitchen, and Tommy Bird who is Community Leader in South End Saskatchewan. https://www.firstpeoplesvoices.ca//a>


Friday, June 18th, 2021

Ray Wong
Father's Day Panel Contributor - Ray has been married to Debra for 17 years. They have 3 children, a 16 year old daughter, and twin 13 year old sons. Ray has served as a police officer with the Hamilton Police Service for over 15 years. He spent 4 years in the Community Mobilization Branch working with different members of the community. Ray is a Christian, and notes that his journey really started only 8 years ago when he gave himself to Christ and was baptized.

Chris Chase
Father's Day Panel Contributor - Chris Chase is a husband, father of two, is an ordained minister with over 18 years of experience in pastoral ministry. Having worked with and ministered to every age group and culture across Canada, Chris enjoys helping people discover God’s love, delve into God’s Word, and decide to live out God’s agenda for their lives. He is currently on staff at The Meeting House as the Lead Pastor of their Newmarket Parish. When not with his family or serving at his church, Chris is a member of The House of Common Show, a YouTube Show/podcast with 9 of his friends where they speak on a variety of issues as black Christian men and the Chris-Two-Cent-Eric podcast with fellow Meeting House staff member, Eric Versluis.

Wade Sanderson
Father's Day Panel Contributor - Wade grew up in a large family of 10. His parents separated when he was young, he lived with his mother and would visit his father. He was close with his father, who passed in a boating accident 20 years ago. Wade grew up around alcohol and physical abuse. He would often spend time in his teenage years wandering around his community is Saskatchewan, underneath the full moon and wonder about the reason for his life. It wasn’t until after her graduated from high school and got a job that he began drinking. His life became consumed with work and parties. He was involved in a serious roll-over car accident. 20 minutes before the accident, he heard a voice, that he later identifies as the Holy Spirit, tell him to put his seat belt on. The seatbelt saved his life. Yet, he continued to follow a path of drinking and parties. 6 months later he hit rock bottom. He was involved in another serious car accident, he lost his license, his job, everything. On May 18, 2000, Wade experienced an incredible encounter with the Lord that changed his life forever. He attended a tent meeting and was overcome by the incredible love and power of God. He realized the Holy Spirit had spoken to him. He stepped forward to be baptized that day and never looked back. Wade graduated with Practical Theology from Bible College, is married to a wonderful woman, and together they are raising their young son.

Brian Doerksen
This week on 100 Huntley Street, we will be featuring Bible Teaching Segments with Brian Doerksen. Brian is a songwriter, recording artist, conference speaker and songwriting instructor, but most of all he loves spending time with his high-school sweetheart Joyce (they have been married for 36 years.) Brian & Joyce have 4 daughters and 2 sons with Fragile X Syndrome. His songs are known and sung in faith communities around the world including ‘Come now is the time to worship’, ‘Refiner’s Fire’, ‘Hope Of The Nations’ and ‘The River.’ http://briandoerksen.com