Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, March 25th, 2019

Brian McConaghy
Ratanak International works exclusively in Cambodia to assist survivors of human trafficking and exploitation on the road to freedom and recovery. We believe the key to ending exploitation is to empower Cambodians to be agents of change and work together to confront systems that exploit the vulnerable. We walk with survivors on their journey from exploitation to freedom and hope, showing them the same love Jesus shows us. After much research and careful planning, Ratanak has recently started up a new men’s program. This journey brought about many fears, but also many wonderful successes. Through it all the Ratanak Team has learned that Christ is Lord over our fears and that He can take what we have to offer and do great things through us despite our fears. Brian brings an update about the precious lives Ratanak is helping through this important work. www.ratanak.org


Tuesday, March 26th, 2019

Abby Johnson
"Unplanned" the movie. Maggie John sits down to talk with Abby Johnson, real-life subject of the film as well as Film Directors: Chuck Konzelman and Cary Solomon, and the following cast members: Ashley Bratcher, Robia Scott, Brooks Ryan, Jared Lotz, Emma Elle Roberts

Margaret Etcher Theriault
Adopted at a very young age, Margaret accepted Jesus as her Saviour at the young age of 7 while attending a Christian Camp. Margaret loved to read Bible stories and sing songs about Jesus and knew that her sins were forgiven. As the years passed by and Margaret reached her 20’s, she began to question her Christianity and whether or not she was a ‘good’ Christian. Margaret lost her father suddenly when she was 28. Living on her own in a basement apartment Margaret reached the lowest point of her life. She cried a lot of tears and it was during this time that Margaret turned to scripture and began to journal. Through this she learned that Jesus is her Father and she clung to truth found in Psalm 68:5 where she read that God is a Father to the fatherless and sets the lonely in families. After marrying, Margaret began a search for her biological family and through all of the seasons of her life, Margaret has found healing and hope through her journey of faith and trust in her Heavenly Father Who she talks with all the time in prayer. Margaret hopes that her story will bring hope and help to others who may struggle with their adoption story and that they may realize that their true and lasting identity is found in God.


Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

Bev Hadland
Crossroads Ambassador to the First Peoples

Shavina Gladue
Shavina was raised in the church and growing up she and her family never missed a Sunday service. However, during this same time Shavina was surrounded by a lot of ungodly influence and she had a strong desire to fit in with her friends which led her to lead a double life. Shavina recalls that from Monday to Saturday she was just like her friends, and then on Sundays she was a clean-cut and wholesome young lady. It wasn’t too long before things started to surface in her life and heavy depression and anxiety began to settle in. During this time, self-harm became quite frequent in Shavina’s life and one day Shavina was sitting on the edge of her bed contemplating taking her own life with prescription drugs. Shavina remembers that in her heart she heard the Holy Sprit speak very clearly for the first time. He said, “go get your dad to pray for you.” The voice she heard was so different from the voices of torment speaking in her head. Shavina joins us to talk about her journey, the hope she found and how she is now living out her life of faith encouraging others whenever she can.

Rebecca Sylvestre
Rebecca came out of a lifestyle of abuse. After finding hope in Christ, she was compelled to start a community kitchen to help her community. Diabetes mixed with expensive healthy food costs, makes it challenging for longevity of members. Today the kitchen has brought the community together. They are able to grow their own vegetables and spices. The RCMP has noted crime was down 20%, and elders found a reason to leave their homes to participate in activities. It is also teaching the next generation how to prepare traditional meat.

Tina Quiring
Tina’s greatest passion is solving the world’s hunger crises. In 2012, Tina, her husband Neil and seven other individuals, founded the Southwestern Ontario Gleaners Organization. This is a not for profit organization with an amazing volunteer force behind it. They take unmarketable local produce and make nutritious soup mix which is distributed to the hungry free of charge. To date they have processed over 12 million servings of soup and shipped to 15 countries. www.swogleaners.ca

Volker Kromm
Walter Kromm serves as Executive Director of the Regional Food Distribution Association and joins us to talk about how the Association works to provide food to remote communities where access to fresh produce and non-perishable good is extremely difficult.

Bev Hadland
Crossroads Ambassador to the First Peoples


Thursday, March 28th, 2019

Carey Nieuwhof
Carey is a former lawyer and the founding pastor of Connexus Church, one of the most influential churches in North America. In his new book Didn’t See It Coming, Carey shines a light on the biggest threats to the life you really want to live—and the keys to overcoming them. Didn’t See It Coming reveals the seven core issues that take people out: cynicism, compromise, disconnectedness, irrelevance, pride, burnout, and the emptiness of success. Discover how to reverse the most significant challenges to your life, closing the gap between who you are and who you’ve always longed to be. www.didntseeitcomingbook.com


Friday, March 29th, 2019

Margaret Etcher Theriault
Adopted at a very young age, Margaret accepted Jesus as her Saviour at the young age of 7 while attending a Christian Camp. Margaret loved to read Bible stories and sing songs about Jesus and knew that her sins were forgiven. As the years passed by and Margaret reached her 20’s, she began to question her Christianity and whether or not she was a ‘good’ Christian. Margaret lost her father suddenly when she was 28. Living on her own in a basement apartment Margaret reached the lowest point of her life. She cried a lot of tears and it was during this time that Margaret turned to scripture and began to journal. Through this she learned that Jesus is her Father and she clung to truth found in Psalm 68:5 where she read that God is a Father to the fatherless and sets the lonely in families. After marrying, Margaret began a search for her biological family and through all of the seasons of her life, Margaret has found healing and hope through her journey of faith and trust in her Heavenly Father Who she talks with all the time in prayer. Margaret hopes that her story will bring hope and help to others who may struggle with their adoption story and that they may realize that their true and lasting identity is found in God.


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