Upcoming Guests
Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Rob Melnichuk
Robert Melnichuk Director of Western Canada for 100 Huntley Street. Rob provides support YESTV operationally and CCCI in terms of Development in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

Kimberly L Smith-Highland
Kimberly Smith-Highland is President of Make Way Partners and author of Passport through Darkness. As she shares her extraordinary stories of fighting human trafficking as an ordinary mom, Kimberly offers hope for readers who wonder if God is calling them to a different life—one outside the confines of cultural norms. Passport Through Darkness takes readers on Kimberly's journey from normal family life and business, to Europe, to the deserts of Africa and ultimately, to the deserts of her own soul as she tries to live well as an imperfect American mom, crusade for justice for orphans around the world, and embrace God’s extraordinary dreams for her. When Kimberly and her family risk everything to answer God’s call, they see God change and restore them—even amid exhaustion, marital struggles, and physical limitations. This heart-lifting and challenging book is for anyone who longs to see God move their life from normal to one that matters. It is a call to readers to take one more step on their journey to know God’s heart. https://makewaypartners.org

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

Sean Wheeler
The Christian nonfiction book Wretch: Haunted by Shadows, Rescued by Jesus focuses on the author's own story of healing from sexual and physical abuse he experienced as a young boy. In a series of personal essays, Sean Wheeler explores the depression, low self-esteem, negative thoughts, and self-destructive actions that stem from his abuse. He discusses the real life effects of sexual abuse, such as trouble maintaining relationships and jobs. Depending on his faith in God and God's love for him, he began finding answers to his questions such as "Why did this happen?" and "Why would God let this happen to me?" In a raw and emotional description of what the long road to recovery looks like, Sean Wheeler writes about his experiences, from the obstacles to finding the right kind of support center, to visiting a therapist, to confronting his memories. Writing from the perspective of a man in a situation that often stigmatizes men and boys for wanting help, he aims to help other men find the courage and strength to look for their own healing.

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

Brigette VanHuisstede
Brigette was diagnosed with Stage 3 Breast Cancer August 2015. She was 38 years old, the mother to four children between the ages of 4-10 years old whom she home-schools and there was no prior family history of breast cancer. Her family’s world was severely rocked! But God was not….. which has been seen for the entire duration of their walk with cancer. The day of Brigette's diagnosis, someone directed them to Psalm 46: 1, 2a :”God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way….” These verses became their family’s mantra over the diagnosis, treatments and surgeries of the past year. Brigette says "God has been ALWAYS present through a year that has been crazy!"

Thursday, April 26th, 2018

Joseph D'Souza
Rev. Joseph D’souza is an internationally celebrated human rights advocate and Christian Bishop whose work in India and around the world has drawn the praise of countless civil and religious leaders. He believes justice and reconciliation are among the most important needs of the modern world. He also believes freedom of conscience and religion are basic components to building great economies, development and nations. Bishop Dsouza is the founder and International President of the Dalit Freedom Network an inter­caste and inter­racial alliance that works on behalf of the Dalits (sometimes called ‘untouchables’) and other poor and marginalized groups. Bishop D’Souza imagines an India, and globe, where racism and caste­discrimination have been eliminated. He has worked especially on the impact of caste discrimination on the trafficking of women and children, and he has worked with leading Dalit activists and prominent members of multiple faith communities to inaugurate a public debate in India and abroad about the need for eliminating caste within the Church. www.dalitfreedom.net [email protected]

Friday, April 27th, 2018

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