Upcoming Guests
Monday, March 19th, 2018

Miriam Neff
Miriam Neff is the founder and president of Widow Connection, a non-profit ministry. New Beginnings, her one-minute radio feature, is heard on over 1,200 outlets. She is a frequent radio interview guest, the sponsor of sewing projects for widows in Africa and Albania, a Bible study teacher, and seminar and conference speaker. She is also the author of over ten books including Where Do I Go From Here?: Bold Living After Change, From One Widow to Another: Conversations on the New You, and Shattering Our Assumptions. Miriam is the widow of Robert Neff, whom she married when she was nineteen years old. http://widowconnection.com/

Tuesday, March 20th, 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, March 21st, 2018

Ivan Wapenisk
Ivan says, "I am a man from a reservation in North Western Ontario, an over-comer of childhood sexual abuse". Ivan's mission is to be an encouragement to those who have been victimized by sexual abuse, and to tell them that there is hope & healing, and that they are not alone. Because his abuser was a non-native minister, Ivan his world was shattered and trust in the church broken. His behaviors became negative, he was filled with hate and started gas sniffing & abusing alcohol as a way of escape. But nothing helped to remove the dark cloud hanging over his head. At one point Ivan contemplated ending his life. But God brought about wonderful events in Ivan's life which led him to seek biblical counselling. Through that he began to feel there was hope. It took months of counselling, but God worked through it to bring Ivan to experience healing and freedom.

Jim Caviezel
Just in time for the Easter season, PAUL, APOSTLE OF CHRIST is releasing in select theatres across Canada. This anticipated film that tells the epic story of the man who persecuted the early church only to become its greatest evangelist. Luke (Jim Caviezel) risks his life to visit Paul (James Faulkner), who is held captive in a Roman prison under Nero’s rule. Together, they struggle against a determined emperor and the frailties of the human spirit in order to live out the Gospel of Jesus Christ and spread their message to the world.

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Michael Franzese
Michael Franzese was part of the Colombo Crime Family in New York City. His father was an “UnderBoss” which is a top dog Enforcer, who was convicted of racketeering charges. Michael stepped in to take his father’s place for a time. He made millions working for the Colombo’s but met a young woman, fell in love and married her. She and her Mom were strong believers and witnessed to Michael for years. It wasn’t until he found himself in prison for nefarious crimes in solitary confinement that Michael surrendered his life to Jesus. Michael has successfully walked away from his life of crime without penalty and has written numerous books, produced films and preaches about how the Prince of Mafia is now a child of God.

Friday, March 23rd, 2018

Jennifer McGill
Jennifer appeared in all 300+ episodes of The All-New Mickey Mouse Club (1989-1994). When the show came to an end, most of the kids continued to find opportunities and for many, worldwide stardom. But Jennifer wound up going to college. By the time she graduated, she was told that she didn’t have “the look,” sounded "too old” and that she didn’t resonate with the bubblegum pop movement that was going on at the time. Her feelings of insecurity and inadequacy multiplied all the more after her mother suddenly died of a heart attack sending her increasingly fractured life into an absolute tailspin. Lost, angry and isolated, Jennifer didn't feel like anything mattered anymore. In an unexpected twist of fate, or more realistically, a dose of divine intervention, Jennifer was invited to perform at Walt Disney World’s Epcot Center and was hired to perform at “The Holy Land Experience” theme park, only this time it was for a show centered around faith. This served as the catalyst for helping her get back on course. Last year Jennifer released her very first full-length Christian Music album, “Unbreakable”. For more information, visit www.jennifermcgill.com or www.unbreakableproject.com

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