Upcoming Guests
Monday, May 21st, 2018

Danielle Strickland
Danielle Strickland is currently based in Toronto, Canada. Danielle loves Jesus and she loves people. Her aggressive compassion has loved people firsthand in countries all over the world where she has embraced, learned, cared, evangelized, taught, and exhorted individuals and crowds to surrender to the boundless love of Jesus. Danielle is the author of 5 books with her most recent being "The Ultimate Exodus: Finding Freedom From What Enslaves You" and "The Zombie Gospel: The Walking Dead and What it means to be Human." She is host of DJStrickland Podcast, ambassador for Compassion International and stop the traffik. Co-founder of Infinitum, Amplify Peace and The Brave Campaign. Danielle is a mom of 3, wife to Stephen Court and has been affectionately called the "ambassador of fun". Danielle has led churches, started training schools, and established justice departments around the world. She spent 22 years as an officer in The Salvation Army. Danielle is Co-founder of Infinitum (a way of life), Brave Global and Amplify Peace. Danielle has a deep calling to empower people and she is committed to see people, neighborhoods and the world transformed. https://www.daniellestrickland.com

Mary DeMuth
In a world of comparison and competition, it's hard to remember that our true worth lies not in our circumstances, our achievements, or our failures. It doesn't even lie in how we react to those things. Our worth lies in God's unending love for us. With deep compassion, Mary DeMuth dares you to believe that the God who started a good work in you is faithful to bring it to glorious completion. That the God who redeems you also loves you--right now and always--with a beautiful love. That you are a daughter of the King, always welcomed in his presence. Discover here a future of strength and security, knowing that you are wildly loved and destined to have a great impact on the world around you. www.marydemuth.com

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

Donald Woods
Don was born again and baptized in February of 1978, but sadly not long after this, his choices would take him down a different path. He would spend over 20 years addicted to drugs and alcohol. Don was also involved in trafficking drugs, making upwards of $150K/mo which eventually led to him spending 4 years in prison. Don's continuous downward spiral resulted in him losing everything but a few personal belongings and a bicycle on which he rode into Toronto in 1995. It was at this point, reaching the end of himself, that Don's life was miraculously changed. www.therfactor.org

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018

Deloris Netmaker
Associate Pastor, Deloris Netmaker was born in Whitefish First Nation. At the age of 4, she lost her Father in a house fire. Her mother became addicted to alcohol and was in and out of relationships. Deloris shares how she overcame sexual abuse in her childhood and was determined to graduate high school and university. Her and her husband now Pastor, All Nations Church in Saskatoon, SK where they help many of their people turn to Jesus and overcome hardship.

Thursday, May 24th, 2018

Tiffany Smiling
Weeks after serving on her high school's homecoming court, while doctors operated to remove the brain tumor that was killing her, Tiffany suffered a paralyzing stroke. In the nick of a scalpel she lost her beauty and most of her physical ability. Returning to high school in a wheelchair, head half-shaved and face distorted, Tiffany vowed to be normal and live the dream. And for a season, she did. But just when the life she'd always imagined was within reach, God surprised Tiffany. Wooing her heart, God convinced her that that there was something even better in store for her. . .and she wants readers to know that He has something better in store for them, too. www.tiffanysmiling.com

Friday, May 25th, 2018

Jentezen Franklin
Jentezen Franklin is the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel, a multi-campus church with a global reach. His messages impact generations through various outreaches and his televised broadcast, “Kingdom Connection.” Jentezen Franklin is also a New York Times best-selling author and he speaks at conferences worldwide. In his book "Love Like You've Never Been Hurt" Jentezen says - God wants to give you a new beginning. A new story. A fresh start. He wants to heal what has been broken. He wants to reconcile what has been torn apart. He says “I get what it’s like to be hurt. I’m not telling you to do something I have not done myself - and made mistakes along the way trying. I know the temptation to not want to let go of hurt or disappointment. My marriage has had severe tests and struggles, and so has my family. In writing this book, my wife and I decided to share some things we have never shared before. We have learned that God did not intend for us to be the walking wounded. He intended for us - for all of us - to be whole. And the only way to be reconciled, healed and whole is to love like you’ve never been hurt.” JentezenFranklin.org

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