Upcoming Guests
Monday, August 26th, 2019

Lane Cohee
We inhabit a world of Disquieted Souls, living lives of restless discontent. They are the souls who over-analyze, over-worry, over-perform, and over-protect. They are the souls running as fast as they can, trying to escape their own unhappiness. Perfectionistic extremes and addictive tendencies are their regular companions. Peace, stability, and harmony are not. We can do better than incessant disquiet. We can know more balance and tranquility, even in the midst of life’s demands. We can trace through life’s high and low tides, while remaining increasingly stable in their midst. We can increasingly live within the disharmony of life without being enslaved to that disharmony. Through the process of discovery and deliverance, we can learn—and relearn—to quiet our souls. https://www.disquietedsoul.com

Clay and Acaimie Chastain
An Indiana couple's honeymoon has become unforgettable for an unfortunate reason, after the groom fell down a dormant volcano in the Caribbean. Acaimie Chastain says she and her husband, Clay, decided to do some hiking up Mount Liamuiga on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. The trouble started when Clay saw a trail with ropes leading to the dormant volcano's crater lake, and decided to follow it. The couple joins us via Skype to talk about their experience.

Tuesday, August 27th, 2019

Wendy Shelley
Wendy always had a desire to write, but it wasn’t until her five children were raised, that she found time to quietly sit at her computer. During the years of raising her children and into their college and university days, Wendy would often feel what she calls a “God nudge” to write down quick daily thoughts to encourage other moms, and also students during their educational journey. This led Wendy to begin two Blogs: “Blessings for Moms” and “A Minute for Students”. Recently, Wendy decided to write a book about a very personal and deeply touching experience in her own life. Sent for One: The Most Unlikely – To Love – The Most Unlovely begins in the spring of 1998 when Wendy began collecting rent money from tenants in the apartment buildings her husband managed. On one of her trips Wendy met Sue, a drug addict, an alcoholic – a lady who was lost without hope. Sue could not have been any more different than Wendy, who grew up with loving parents, lived most of her life on a farm, and was in the midst of raising her own family. Sue, however, had to raise herself, lived in the projects, and had no idea what love was. Wendy shares how a few small acts of kindness, turned into an unusual, seventeen-year assignment, intentionally planned for her by God, to help one person: Sue. Wendy was being, sent-for-one. Wendy’s hope is that this book, this story will inspire you to never give up on anyone – there is always hope for the hopeless. http://www.wendyshelleyblog.com/

Joel Vaughn
Music Video "I Look To You" https://www.joelvaughnmusic.com/

Michael Onley
Michael Onley is currently studying on-air television at the College of Sports Media, writing a book called H.O.P.E and runs a online ministry/Instagram account called @Hopefirstoday. The premise of the online ministry is to spread the Hope of Jesus Christ through daily posts/devotionals and prayer 24/7.

Wednesday, August 28th, 2019

Andrew Mizzoni
Andrew Mizzoni is a childhood cancer survivor and philanthropist who has raised over half a million dollars for pediatric cancer research. Diagnosed with cancer when he was only nine years old, Andrew Mizzoni overcame the illness twice. He bravely accepted his treatments, surgeries, and the loss of his left eye with wisdom and maturity beyond his years. Andrew's story has not gone unnoticed: his story has been published in various publications across North America. He has received many awards and honours for his courage and fundraising efforts, including being named the Ontario Junior Citizen of the Year, Today’s Parent magazine’s Our Heroes winner, Agent of Change recipient and the recipient of the Next Generation award by the Canadian Italian Business and Professionals Association. Today Andrew has a successful real estate business and continues to inspire people with his positive energy. Andrew shares a unique perspective about how something some people may consider as meant for his harm was actually meant for his good, and how his faith in Jesus helps him each day to live a joyful and full life. www.andrewmizzoni.com

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

Thursday, August 29th, 2019

Deepa Akka
Deepa grew up in a family with a strong Hindu religious background and lots of traditions and rituals. She got married to her husband with out prior knowledge of his Chrsitian background and this relationship influenced her spiritual perspective. Deepa's life was changed following a prayer over a conflict with a friend. Today, she and her husband lead Baruch Adonai Ministries in Hyderabad, India. www.baruchadonaiministries.org

Aashima Samuel
Aashima was born and brought up in a Christian family who followed a very strict and disciplined liturgy. When Aashima married into a believer family she came to know God more closely than ever before. It was when Aashima was pregnant with her first child when she had her first encounter with the Lord. She had fallen down the stairs and was immediately rushed to the hospital where Doctors told her she would need to abort her baby. Aashima stayed quiet and returned home where she prayed and read in the Bible the verse in 1 Peter 5:7 which tells us to “cast all our anxiety on Him because He cares for us”. The next day Aashima returned to the hospital and the Doctor was surprised after he checked her and said that everything looked fine and told her to go back home. Aashima would go on to deliver a healthy, happy baby girl. Aashima did her studies to become a lawyer and the Bible verse from Micah 6:8 continues to speak to her in a passion to seek justice for people. Today Aashima serves as the National Director for the Evangelical Fellowship of India Children @ Risk. [email protected] is engaged in promoting and securing the rights of marginalized and oppressed communities through advocacy, building capacities, mobilizing, sensitizing and strengthening the involvement of communities and churches in addressing the issues of exploitation, negligence and discrimination against children and women. http://efionline.org/ http://efionline.org/what-we-do/EFICAR/

Friday, August 30th, 2019

Laura Story
Imagine facing your husband's brain tumor, then infertility, and then, after being able to have children, a son’s birth defect. That's exactly what Grammy, Billboard and Dove Award–winning singer-songwriter Laura Story has had to endure serious trauma and family pain over the last several years of her life. Known for such hits as “Blessings,” “Indescribable,” and “Mighty to Save,” Laura shares her powerful story of finding blessing in her deepest pain by choosing to hand over the control she thought she had to God and instead pursue a life of surrender. Laura performs the songs "Indescribable" and "I Give Up". https://laurastorymusic.com/