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Monday, July 25th, 2016

Sharlene Dickson

Chad Dickson
Chad & Sharlene Dickson welcomed their 3rd child and first son Felix into the world where he was diagnosed shortly after birth with a condition known as Biliary Atresia a rare liver disease one in 18-20,000 babies are born with. In an effort to treat the life threatening condition doctors performed a Kasai procedure which helps to open up the bile ducts and allow. He developed cirrhosis of the liver and accompanying ascites, but life continued on for the family as they continued to feed Felix only healthy foods and natural vitamins in order to give him the best chance possible for a healthy life. But on Felix’s 8th birthday Chad successfully donated a part of his liver to Felix. For the Dickson family all should have been well, but they soon needed to turn their focus to their youngest daughter Cora who had been diagnosed with kidney cysts a few days after her birth. Surgery provided only a temporary fix, and the family needed to prepare themselves for future dialysis, or the possibility of a kidney transplant. Again the family returned to Toronto Sick kids hospital where Chad stepped forward to become a living organ donor once again to donate one of his kidney’s to save his daughter just a little more than a year after donating a large portion of his liver. Today both Cora and Felix continue to grow and are healthy although they will continue to require ongoing medical follow up for their transplants.

Dave Gotts
David Gotts founded International China Concern in 1993 to help abandoned children in China lead full lives. Three years earlier, the UK native had traveled to China for the first time through Youth With a Mission (YWAM) Hong Kong. His visit to the Nanning Welfare Centre—a government-run welfare centre—opened his eyes to the horrible truths about China’s disabled. For two years he studied Mandarin so he could serve these abandoned children and young adults. Since then he has lived in Taiwan, Hong Kong and China. David provides oversight and leadership to ICC’s work both in China and internationally.

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

Jay Payleitner
Jay Payleitner is a speaker; radio producer & author. He recently has released the book “What If God Wrote Your Bucket List”. Go bungee jumping. Tango. See the Eiffel Tower. Swim with sharks. Bucket lists can get pretty crazy! But what if God wanted you to think even further outside the box? To pattern your life after the one who said some pretty crazy things himself: "Love your enemies." "Store up treasures in heaven." "Seek first his kingdom and righteousness.” If you checked every item off your bucket list, would your life be complete? In these pages you'll find 52 items to help you revamp your must-do list... As you check off God's bucket list, you may find yourself doing things you never thought possible. Jay Payleitner helps you get your priorities straight with the most important relationship in your life--you and God. http://www.jaypayleitner.com/

Suzie Eller
Suzie Eller author of the new book "Unburdened Heart" is a Proverbs 31 Ministries author and speaker. Featured on programs such as Focus on the Family, Aspiring Women, The Harvest Show, etc. Suzie connects with women on issues of family, feelings, and faith. Suzie is the contributing author to over thirty books, author to six books including The Mom I Want to Be and The Woman I Am Becoming. She has written hundreds of articles, columns, and is a popular International speaker. She has ministered to women in Germany, Austria, Italy, Hungary, Jamaica as well as throughout the United States. www.tsuzanneeller.com

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

Chuck E. Tate
Chuck Tate is the founder and lead pastor of RockChurch, a growing and thriving congregation in the heart of Illinois. Prior to planting RockChurch in 1998, Chuck worked for a national youth ministry in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In that role, he managed and spoke at conventions across the United States and Canada, and co-produced a national television program that aired on Trinity Broadcasting Network. "41 Will Come" is his first book. IN THE BIBLE, IT RAINED FOR 40 DAYS AND 40 NIGHTS. But day 41 came, and the rain stopped. The people of Israel wandered in the wilderness for 40 years. Then year 41 came, and a new generation entered the Promised Land. For 40 days, Goliath bullied Israel and dared anyone to fight him. Day 41 came, and David slew the giant. DO YOU SEE THE THEME? DON’T QUIT. DON’T GIVE UP.

Bethany Winz
In high school, Bethany wore a dress for a year to raise awareness about and money to end human trafficking. Shortly after that project ended, she was invited to co-write a book about it titled "One Year, One Dress" Bethany is presently a college student living with some chronic health issues. She is studying social justice with a concentration in environmental justice.

Thursday, July 28th, 2016

Carol Kornacki
Born into a home of alcoholism and violence, Carol Kornacki suffered from depression from an early age. As a young women, Carol left home pregnant and full of hate and bitterness. This lead to a life of alcoholism, drug addiction and a six-year journey into witchcraft and new age philosophy. Her life spiraled into attempted suicide, mental institutions and jail for drugs. Finally, she was told she had a fatal liver disease that was sure to take her life. Carol was in this condition when a friend invited her to church. She wandered in one night only to be struck by God's miraculous power. Carol was healed, delivered and set free...never to be the same! Carol shares her story in her latest book, A Soul for Sale.

Matthew Soerens
Matthew Soerens is the co-author of the book "Seeking Refuge - On the Shores of the Global Refugee Crisis ". Today, there are an estimated sixty million refugees worldwide who have been forced from their home to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster. We can’t ignore the refugee crisis—arguably the greatest geopolitical issue of our time—but how do we even begin to respond to something so massive and complex? Seeking Refuge provides a practical, well-rounded, well-researched guide to the issue. - Who are refugees and other displaced peoples? - What are the real risks and benefits of receiving them? - How do we balance compassion and security? Drawing from history, public policy, psychology, many personal stories, and their own unique Christian worldview, Matthew along with the other two authors, offers a nuanced and compelling portrayal of the plight of refugees and the extraordinary opportunity we have to love our neighbors as ourselves.

Friday, July 29th, 2016

David Henriksen
David Henriksen is CEO of iDisciple. iDisciple is a digital platform for users to engage individually and socially around Christian discipleship content. We provide our users with convenient access to sermons, devotionals, and music from hundreds of top authors, speakers, ministries, and music artists.

Gracia Burnham
After quietly serving God as missionaries in the Philippines for 17 years, suddenly in 2001 a terrorist group kidnapped the Burnhams along with several other people. By November 2001, only the Burnhams and one other hostage remained in captivity. For 376 days Martin and Gracia experienced frequent gun battles, near starvation, and constant exhaustion. They also experienced God’s sustaining grace. On June 7, 2002, Gracia was wounded, but set free through a firefight between the Philippine military and the Burnham’s captors. But in the same gun battle, Martin was killed. The world expected Gracia to be emotionally destroyed by all she suffered. Instead, she chose to trust God and forgive those who took her captive and caused the death of her husband. God has used her testimony to give hope and encouragement to many experiencing life’s difficulties. An able communicator, Gracia’s passion for missions shines through each time she talks about her experiences.

Leanne McAlister
Leanne is the ZOE Network Coordinator. She serves with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada as the Personnel and Family Life Director of International Mission. Leanne is passionate about linking Canadian women with the needs of women overseas as well as developing women in leadership. She is an ordained minister with the PAOC and serves on the preaching team of Living Waters Church in Fort Langley. She loves helping others understand who they were created to be and then assist them in walking it out through their passion, purpose and gifting. http://www.zoeprojects.org

Bill & Bev Beck
VTR Life Story: Bill & Bev Beck Theme: On June 3, 2014 – At the age of 72, Bill Beck suffered a severe cardiac arrest while playing tennis. An EMS worker at the scene called his wife Bev and told her he was dead. Later another EMS worker did get a faint heartbeat, but Bill’s cardiologist said his condition was very bleak. After 12 days on life support and seemingly no hope for a recovery, the doctors told Bev and the family that they could no longer do anything to improve Bill’s unresponsive condition. Based on Bill’s prior directive to not “live as a vegetable”, the family agreed to pull the plug. The day after the plug was pulled, and funeral arrangements were being made, Bev got a call from the hospital to come right away. Bill had in explicably said, Thank You to his sister who was singing in the room. The family and medical team were stunned. Slowly after a few weeks he started to respond more and more, to the point where he was released from the hospital. His doctor called him a walking miracle. Bill feels very fortunate that God has spared him, and tells everyone his story of God’s healing power.

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