Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, May 22nd, 2017

Kent Austin
Kent Austin is the TigerCat Coach.

Kevin Leman
Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, best-selling author, radio and TV personality, and speaker. His award-winning books include The Birth Order Book, Parenting Your Powerful Child, and Have a New Kid by Friday. In his latest book, Be the Dad She Needs You to Be, Dr. Leman explains how the relationship that matters most to your daughter isn't the one with her mother---it's the one with you, Dad. Her self esteem, choices, behavior, character, and even her ideas about or choice of a marriage partner are all directly tied to you as the most important representative to her of the male species. This book will show you how to make each daughter feel unique, discipline the right way, talk about what guys are really thinking, keep the critical eye at bay, and set your daughter up for relational success. www.drleman.com / www.templetontours.com

Mattie Montgomery
During his 10-year career as the frontman of acclaimed metal/hardcore band, For Today, Mattie Montgomery spent countless nights in bars and night clubs all around the world, sharing the love of Christ with a largely secular subculture. In his new book, Lovely Things In Ugly Places, Mattie beckons the Body of Christ into a radical lifestyle of love. He challenges his readers to lay down the labels we use to identify people, and to see them (and ourselves) as God does. He reminds us that if we are willing to look, we too will find Lovely Things in Ugly Places. www.MattieMontgomery.com.


Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017

Daniel Kooman
Daniel Kooman is a Director, Producer, Editor. Daniel has traveled to more than 25 countries in Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America to document stories. Filmmaking has become a unique platform for Daniel to invest in children, empowering orphans in Tanzania and restoring hope to girls trafficked in Thailand. Dan works as a cinematographer, editor and director for Unveil. He recently worked on the film "She Has a Name".

Giovanni Mocibob
Giovanni is one of the main actors in the film "She Has A Name", the thrilling new dramatic feature film by Unveil Studios based on the critically acclaimed stage play. In the film Jason, a lawyer, poses as a john to build a legal case against a ruthless pimp who is trafficking girls in Asia. He meets Number 18, a girl forced to work as a prostitute in a busy red light district whose testimony is key to his case. Can he convince her to risk her life to testify for the sake of justice?

Daphne BevAcqua



Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Terry LeBlanc
Professor Terry LeBlanc, a Mi’kmaq-Acadian, is the Executive Director of Indigenous Pathways and also the founding Chair and current Director of the North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies (NAIITS), an indigenous learning community. Terry holds an interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Asbury Theological Seminary, and specializes in Theology and Anthropology. Terry has accrued over 38 years of community work experience in Native North American and global Indigenous contexts, including as an educator in theology, cultural anthropology and community development practice. www.naiits.com www.thisfarbyfaith.ca

Jennie Nadeau
For Jennie Nadeau it took hitting a personal rock bottom for a true surrender to Jesus. She & her husband were newly married, living successful, worldly lives. Several months into their marriage they found out due to health issues that having children would be difficult if even possible. Jennie turned to the world and began seeking any and every pleasure it offered, partying and having a whole other life outside of her marriage. This turned quickly into alcohol & cocaine addiction and being unfaithful to her marriage vows. But God worked a miracle in Jennie's life through the ministry of Teen Challenge and equipped her with the tools for coping with life's challenges.


Thursday, May 25th, 2017

Paul Henderson
Paul played professional hockey for 18 years but is best remembered for scoring the "Goal of the Century" in the first Canada/Russia series in 1972. Paul been on staff with Power to Change and helps give leadership to LeaderImpact Group. Watch full "Goal of the Century" Documentary on YesTV - May 27th.

Ricardo Sanchez
Worship Leader & Recording Artist Ricardo Sanchez & his wife Jennette testify of God's amazing power. When their son, Josiah, dove into the shallow end of a swimming pool, he received severe injuries. However, the doctors acknowledge that a miracle has taken place! They are here to declare that with Jesus, It's Not Over! Ricardo will also share musically from his new CD. https://www.ricardomusic.com

Jennette Sanchez



Friday, May 26th, 2017

Faytene Grasseschi
Faytene has been in full-time Christian service since 1997. For years she served extensively on the inner-city streets of Vancouver leading and establishing multiple ministry outreaches to serve the poor, homeless and/or addicted. She has planted a church and established a mercy ministry that is thriving to this day. Most recently, Faytene's focus has been on Canada, travelling extensively teaching and exhorting the Body of Christ.

Christopher Cuthill
From 2003 to 2017, Dr. Chris Cuthill served as Chair of the Art & Design Department at Redeemer University College in Ancaster where he taught in the areas of Art History, Art Theory and the Theology of Art and Aesthetics as well as studio courses in 2D and Graphic Design. Cuthill is part of the Senior Executive at Flagship Gallery in Hamilton where he is also an exhibiting member. www.chriscuthill.com

Doug Sikkema
Doug Sikkema is a Senior Researcher for Cardus, and managing editor of Comment Magazine. Doug has taught literature at the secondary level for several years while also teaching introductory courses to the short story, the novel, poetry, and academic writing at Redeemer University College. Doug is currently working toward a Ph.D. in American literature at the University of Waterloo. www.cardus.ca

Christina Crook
Christina Crook is an award-winning author, published poet and current writer-in-residence at the Henri Nouwen Society. Her book, The Joy of Missing Out: Finding Balance in a Wired World, has made her a leading voice on a more human relationship with technology. Her commentary appears regularly in major media outlets including NPR, the BBC and the New York Times. www.dailyjomo.com


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