Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, January 20th, 2020

Sangita Sharma
Sangita grew up in a Hindu family. Her home was filled with rage from her mom and dad, with the frequent need to call the police. At the age of 13, Sangita lost her virginity by rape through someone she met through her neighbour. When her relatives found out, they mocked her publicly. Sangita started to hate herself, she would hit her body, scratch herself, cut herself and condemn herself. It was like she was trapped in someone else’s body. She felt worthless, stained, disgusting and ugly. Then one day she was watching a You Tube program and was introduced to Jesus Christ. Sangita began her healing journey, experiencing the love and power of Jesus. Sangita now serves high-risk youth as a child protection social worker helping youth in gang involvement and exploitation. She loves to share her story with others, offering hope.


Tuesday, January 21st, 2020

Jerrad Lopes
Jerrad Lopes is a Christian pastor and the founder of DadTired.com, a non-profit ministry focused on equipping men to lead their family well. He hosts the weekly Dad Tired Podcast, listened to by over a million men from around the world. He and his wife Leila live in Portland, Oregon with their three children. http://dadtired.com


Wednesday, January 22nd, 2020

Jeff Watson
Senior Executive Producer, 100 Huntley Street

Beena Ruparelia
Beena saw her first vision of Jesus when she was 18 years old at her aunt’s house in England. She gave her heart to the Lord and did the sinners prayer with the Pastor on TV at the age of 29 years old and had water baptism one year later on October 19th, 2001. Beena was born into a Hindu family who are Brahmin - which is the highest social caste, they are the Priesthood. Beena has had 8 visions of Jesus from the age of 18 up until now. Beena joins us to share about her conversion from Hinduism to her Christian faith, and how it helped her navigate through life’s challenges in remarkable ways. She is presently a Holistic and Homeopathic Practitioner. She also has 25 years of experience as a nurse. Beena has started her own practice called Perfectly Whole Healthcare Center to help woman get healed physically and encourage woman with their spiritual journey. She also has a VON Woman Of Purpose and Destiny WhatsApp group. http://pwhealthcare.ca


Thursday, January 23rd, 2020

Bruxy Cavey
Bruxy Cavey is the senior pastor at The Meeting House, a church for people who aren’t into church. The Meeting House is a multisite Anabaptist congregation in Ontario, Canada where thousands of people connect to God and each other through Sunday services, online interaction, and a widespread house church network. (You can learn more about The Meeting House at www.themeetinghouse.com.) Bruxy is also author of the bestselling book, The End of Religion and his new book, (re)union, is an overview of “The Good News of Jesus for Seekers, Saints, and Sinners.” http://www.bruxy.com

Leonard and Victoria Hester
Waskaganish Cree Nation is located on the bottom of the James Bay, in Quebec. Leonard was born and raised in the bush with his family. They hunted, trapped and lived off the land. Victoria was born in a tipi, and learned valuable lessons at an early age by her father. Everything changed when she was sent to residential school. In the school she was mistreated and concluded it was because she was Indian. From there she developed low self-esteem. It wasn’t until later on in life, during a prayer meeting that God showed her a picture of a beautiful Indian princess. Leonard and Victoria have been married for 48 years!


Friday, January 24th, 2020

Anne Cattaruzza
Anne Cattaruzza studied acting in Paris & Montreal and made herself known as an actress to the Quebec audience on national television while playing in the series “Virginie”. Anne is also a Word Guild Award-winning author for the French version of her novel, “Searching for Sheida”. Recently Anne's new book "Le peuple caché" was released on Amazon. Anne says "It is time to take possession of the arts, the media.... I believe that touching others in creative ways will sow for the Kingdom of God and change the hearts of people." https://www.annecattaruzza.com/

Farley Flex
Farley Flex is best known as a judge on Canadian Idol. He was also the long-time manager of Canada’s successful rapper, Maestro Fresh-Wes. Flex’s role at FLOW 93-5, Canada’s first Urban-music formatted, black-owned and operated radio station, includes founding music director, founding vice president of business development and radio host of “Reflections”. Flex is currently president and CEO of Plasma Management and Productions Inc. With a relentless passion for community and youth in particular, Flex is involved in a variety of humanitarian and philanthropic endeavors. Flex operates Helping Hands International Charity and Reality Education and Applied Life Skills Corp. He also sits on the board of numerous non-profit organizations and charities besides his own. His numerous awards and recognitions include the Harry Jerome Award for Entertainment and Community Service, two Bob Marley Awards for Education and Community Service, the Black Business and Professional Association Men of Excellence Award. Most recently Flex was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Award for his work in protecting the rights of the world’s most vulnerable children.