Upcoming Guests
Monday, November 23rd, 2020

Andrew Blackwood
Andrew Blackwood is a Teen, Individual, Couple and Family Coach. With a Masters of Divinity in Counseling and a Doctorate in Ministry to Marriage & Family. Today Andrew shares a devotional segment from a new series he developed entitled “7 Days – Go Deeper with God Every Day! In “7 days” you will find joy, rest, and renewed passion for communion with our Heavenly Father. http://coachdrew.ca http://coachdrew.ca/7-days

Kevin Shepherd
Crossroads/YES TV Chief Executive Officer, Kevin Shepherd, shares today's Bible Teaching segment.

Tuesday, November 24th, 2020

Holley Gerth
Holly’s grandparents owned a little bookstore in Texas. She had a good childhood, bad bangs, and spent a lot of time reading in trees. Holley grew up to be a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, life coach, and podcaster with a Masters of Science Degree in counseling. Holley has spent the last decade empowering about half a million people to realize more of their God-given potential through books like You’re Already Amazing, Fiercehearted, and The Powerful Purpose of Introverts. Holley knows what it’s like to fight anxiety and depression, perfectionism and insecurity, doubt and burnout. She also knows what it’s like to become a kick-butt overcomer who refuses to let any of those things win, who finally discovered how to be comfortable and free in her own imperfect introvert skin. Holley believes our struggles don’t determine our identity or destiny. She believes we’re all here for a purpose and we’re better together. She believes wherever you are today is not where you have to stay. She also believes good tacos help just about anything. Mark, Holley’s husband and favorite human, wholeheartedly agrees. After they went through a decade of infertility, God brought their daughter, Lovelle, into their lives when she was twenty years old. Now, they also have a son-in-law, granddaughter, and grandson! Because of their crazy-beautiful family story, Holley no longer believes in dead ends. Instead, she believes in divinely-arranged new directions that take us places beyond what we hoped for or planned. http://holleygerth.com

Wednesday, November 25th, 2020

Norma-Jean Mainse
For 59 years Norma-Jean served in life and ministry alongside her husband, the late Reverend David Mainse. Together they founded Crossroads Christian Communications Incorporated.

A.R. Bernard
After decades of preaching, teaching, and counseling, influential Christian leader A.R. Bernard reveals the four qualities women want in a man—qualities that contribute to a satisfying and happy relationship. As a longtime pastor of a big-city church, A.R. Bernard has witnessed couples in every stage of life. He’s been with them as they experienced dizzying joys, unspeakable tragedies, and everything in between. As men and women have come to Bernard for spiritual counseling and advice, he’s learned patterns of behavior that are repeated time and again. After almost four decades of preaching, teaching, and counseling, he’s seen that while every situation is unique, people’s behaviors and consequences are amazingly consistent. With this in mind, Bernard has developed a simple system for understanding how couples relate to each other. Maturity, decisiveness, consistency, and strength—these are the four things women want and need most from a man. In his book, Bernard teaches readers how to identify and cultivate these traits toward a happy and long-lasting relationship—one built to weather any storm. http://ARBernard.com http://cccinfo.org

Jason Wilson
As a leader in teaching, training, and transforming boys in Detroit, Jason Wilson shares his own story of discovering what it means to “be a man” in his life-changing memoir “Cry Like a Man”. As the founder The Cave of Adullam Transformational Training Academy, Jason has decades of experience in strengthening the physical, mental, and emotional spirit of boys and men. In “Cry Like a Man”, he explains the dangers men face in our culture’s definition of “masculinity” and gives readers hope that healing is possible. Jason writes, “My passion is to help boys and men find strength to become courageously transparent about their own brokenness as I shed light on the symptoms and causes of childhood trauma and ‘father wounds.’” http://thecatta.org

Thursday, November 26th, 2020

Mark & Jerrilyn Jurgeneit
Indigenous children don’t dream very often because the social challenges, racism in big cities and limited access to opportunities off reserve, hinders their forward motion. BUT…When Jerrilyn was a little girl on Six Nations, she saw the World Vision ads on tv and told her mom she was going to help those kids! After struggling through high school, Jerrilyn travelled across the country to attend Trinity Western University where she studied missions. Meeting her husband, Mark, the two graduated and set off to serve those in Africa and 9 other nations after that. They had two boys and were heavily involved with the Indigenous people in the South Pacific. God spoke to their hearts about starting a Discipleship Training School (DTS) with YWAM in Muskoka, Ontario. Since they launched, they have bene able to serve the Indigenous communities locally and in northern communities. http://ywammuskoka.org

Friday, November 27th, 2020

John Tesh
John Tesh has achieved more in life than he ever dreamed possible. But the road to success has been anything but easy—and those challenges have become the secret to his success. Through his story, we can learn how to be relentless, how to achieve what we didn’t think was possible, and how to handle our inevitable discouragements. In this engrossing memoir, Tesh describes how the obstacles that shaped him—including being suspended from college, living homeless for months, and facing a deadly disease—shaped his remarkable life. You’ll hear, in never-before-told stories, how Tesh became the youngest correspondent at WCBS News less than thirty-six months after he was working at a gas station and sleeping in a public park. You’ll go inside the unconventional way he composed the now-iconic theme song for NBC Sports basketball and how he and his wife, Connie Sellecca, created the popular, nationally-syndicated Intelligence for Your Life radio program. From live commentary for two Olympic Games to his decade-long role as co-host of Entertainment Tonight and the outrageous gamble that resulted in one of the most successful Public Television concert specials in history, you’ll learn how Tesh applied his unique process of focused practice, grit, and perseverance while maintaining a single-minded pursuit of his goals. In 2015, he fought and received treatment for a stage-three cancer diagnosis, but when the cancer returned, he and his wife turned to relentless faith and divine healing scriptures to manifest a victory over the disease. http://teshmusic.com