Upcoming Guests
Monday, April 6th, 2020

Robert Martin
God’s power became real to Robert very early in life. While his home was experiencing brokenness, God was calling Robert to Himself. Those early years of power encounters were the catalyst for the ministry he walks in today. Mentored by his grandfather, Robert began preaching at the age of 14. After graduating Bible college in 2006, his ministry has witnessed thousands of children, youth, and adults come to Christ and be baptized in the Spirit. “I burn for one thing, to see my generation engulfed in genuine revival! Revival that causes hungry hearts to be healed by Christ’s love and raised up in resurrection power!” http://robertmartinministries.com

Dr. Anthony Hutchinson
Dr. Hutchinson, who operates a Psycho-Social Clinical Practice, speaks into matters of Mental Health and awareness. http://psychotherapymatters.com/profile/36033351/ http://psychotherapymatters.com/profile/36033351/

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

Julia Jeffress Sadler
In Pray Big Things, Julia Jeffress Sadler dares you to start praying big. Sharing her own story of God's life-changing answers to bold prayers--a miraculous journey through infertility, miscarriages, and giving birth to triplets--Julia challenges you to take God at His Word and see Him move like never before. Humorous, practical, and filled with biblical insights, this book will give you the courage to pray big things and watch expectantly for God's even bigger answers. http://juliajsadler.com

Catherine MacKeil
Women’s Inter Church Council of Canada began in 1918 and local events grew exponentially, and women of Canada and the United States co-developed and distributed materials abroad to their partners for the fledgling Day of Prayer in 1926. Today, the World Day of Prayer is thriving. In 2016, it was celebrated by over 1,048,000 people in 98 countries, with the writing countries’ content translated into 95 languages. It is still very active in Canada, where around 1250 World Day of Prayer services were hosted in 2017. Offerings enable WICC to continue its successful grassroots grant program. WICC has not stopped there, however. It has been the Canadian partner of the Fellowship of the Least Coin (FLC) since the 1970s. FLC is a prayer movement focused on social justice and solidarity. WICC has also been active in advocacy and social justice education, including conferences focused on human trafficking and magazines exploring today’s faith and justice issues. The WICC Council continues to meet and now represents 10 Christian denominations. On Sun March 1st, a Women’s Day of Prayer will be happening. http://wicc.org

Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

Dr. Salim Munayer
Huntley in the Holy Land Special Broadcast. Salim J. Munayer is executive director and founder of Musalaha Ministry of Reconciliation, which has been bringing Israelis and Palestinian together since 1990 and creating a forum for reconciliation. Salim is a Palestinian-Israeli born in Lod as one of six children and received his BA from Tel Aviv University in History and Geography, his MA from Fuller Theological Seminary, graduate studies in New Testament from Pepperdine University and his Ph.D. from the Oxford Center of Mission Studies in the UK. His doctoral dissertation was written on “The Ethnic Identity of Palestinian Arab Christian Adolescents in Israel.” He has published several books on Reconciliation, the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, and Christians in Israel and the Palestinian Authority, his most recent work is Through My Enemy’s Eyes, Envisioning Reconciliation in Israel-Palestine, co-authored with Lisa Loden. Salim served as academic dean of the Bethlehem Bible College from 1989 to 2008 and is a professor at the college. He is also an adjunct professor at Fuller Theological Seminary and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Salim is married to Kay, founder of the Daylight Project, a charity that advocates for social justice among the marginalized in Palestinian and Israeli society. She is also a contributing writer on Another’s Voice, a blog by women providing hopeful perspectives in the midst of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Together they have four adult sons, Jack, Daniel, John, and Sam. http://www.musalaha.org/

Thursday, April 9th, 2020

Pauline Ayyad
Huntley in the Holy Land Special Broadcast Recorded on location in Israel. Pauline’s husband, Rami worked for the Palestinian Bible Society and ran a Christian bookshop in Gaza. While Rami was locking up his shop after a normal day of work one afternoon in October 2007, a vehicle pulled alongside him, and several men forced him in the backseat. Rami, remaining calm and trusting in the Lord, was allowed to call his wife. “I am in a place far, far away, and it will take time” he said. That was the last time Pauline would hear her husband’s voice. Pauline shares her incredible story with us.

Friday, April 10th, 2020

Keith & Kristyn Getty
Keith and Kristyn Getty occupy a unique space in the world of music as [pre- eminent] modern hymn writers and global ambassadors for the genre. Perhaps best-known for the modern hymn, “In Christ Alone” (written by Keith with Stuart Townend), the Gettys have helped reinvent the traditional hymn form and invigorate the interest in hymns of a whole new generation of people, creating a catalog of songs teaching Christian doctrine and crossing musical genres. Their campaign is part of a movement to encourage church congregations in their singing. Keith and Kristyn live between Northern Ireland and Nashville with their daughters, Eliza, Charlotte, Grace and Tahlia. www.gettymusic.com http://gettymusic.com

Dr. Craig Evans
New Testament scholar, prolific author, and popular teacher/speaker, Craig A. Evans is well-known for his contribution to work on the Gospels, the Historical Jesus, the Dead Sea Scrolls, and archaeology of the New Testament. He regularly appears in documentaries, TV, and radio interviews. He lectures extensively and participates in archaeological digs and Holy Land tours. For decades, his engaging style in live events, teaching, media, and the written word has brought the Bible to life for countless students, popular audiences, and seekers. http://craigaevans.com

Father Simon Lobo
Saint Benedict Parish is a healthy and growing faith community that brings people to Jesus, forms disciples, and sends them out to transform the world. Father Lobo is Pastor of Saint Benedict Parish, and has also authored the book “Divine Renovation Apprentice” which is based upon his learnings about parish renewal and leadership while working alongside Father James Mallon. Father Lobo will share how his church leadership has adjusted, and what they are learning, since their transition to online church services. Father Lobo will also share how his Parish is planning to celebrate Easter through their new online community. http://saintbenedict.ca

Crystal Lavallee
Crystal Lavallee serves as Associate Producer - First Peoples Voices for 100 Huntley Street