Upcoming Guests
Monday, November 18th, 2019

Rob Melnichuk
Robert Melnichuk Director of Western Canada for 100 Huntley Street. Rob provides support YESTV operationally and CCCI in terms of Development in Alberta, Saskatchewan and British Columbia.

Building Community. Growing Hope. Supporting Change. The Mustard Seed is a safe and supportive place where people experiencing problems associated with poverty and homelessness can have their physical needs met in the short term, but also begin to heal and grow mentally, emotionally, and spiritually for a better life down the road. http://theseed.ca

Tuesday, November 19th, 2019

Murray and Annetta Jaster
Murray and Annetta Jaster began their relationship with Jesus in November of 1984. A defining moment in their lives took place when the couple, with their lives and marriage falling apart, were sitting in a bar one evening dividing up belongings on piece of paper as they planned to end their marriage. That evening, a Salvation Army Pastor walked into the bar, approached them and had some conversation with them. Once the Pastor left, they left. After this encounter, Annetta felt something that she could not quite understand, but now, years later, Annetta knows this was the Holy Spirit. One day Annetta asked her husband if he would go to church with her and he said yes! Life was never the same for either of them. Murray and Annetta have been set free from addictions and have found restoration. They eventually went on to become Salvation Army Pastors themselves and are just now entering retirement after 30 years of ministry. The Jasters have an amazing and powerful story to share and testify to life changing impact of Jesus in the lives of people!

Wednesday, November 20th, 2019

Justin Wiesinger
Jesus became more than just a name to Justin in the summer of 2011 when he lost his dear cousin in a gun accident with his younger brother. He didn’t realize how much he needed God’s presence until he experienced true brokenness, loss, and trials which led him to meet Jesus in a profound and powerful way. Justin also experienced a profound revelation in 2017 of what it truly means to have childlike faith, inspiring him to write his book, “The Childlike Heist”. The aim of Justin’s book is to help people of all ages engage the childlike, faith filled kingdom of heaven in the midst of a crazy, messed up adult world. It’s a kingdom that isn’t reserved just for people who profess faith, but it’s a wonder-filled kingdom available to all who seek it! The book unpacks the notion of engaging a kingdom perspective and reality that is so drastically different compared to what we experience today. He has always been awestruck where Jesus said in Matthew that we need to become childlike to enter the kingdom of heaven. Justin is passionate about unpacking the meaning behind those words from Jesus.

Mario Swampy
Mario Swampy grew up in a first nations community that had a negative reputation, globally. Fear of death lead him to heavy drinking and alcohol. But one moment with God, changed his life forever.

Thursday, November 21st, 2019

Paul Miles
Paul experienced a rebellious stage of life throughout his youth. He was involved with drugs, became an alcoholic, and ran away with a friend on one occasion. He went on welfare and at one point ended up in jail for a break and entry. The series of choices he made spiraled him down a rough path. After jail he became successful in business. He thought he had it all with money and success. While alone on a flight from a business trip from Montreal to Calgary, he kept thinking, “why am I not happy and feeling empty inside”? He prayed a simple prayer asking God into his life and then he felt weightless, at peace. He was cured immediately from alcoholism and began seeking God more. While on a mission’s trip he read a verse in James 1:27 about looking after orphans and widows in their distress and to keep oneself polluted by the world. That is when he began “Father’s Heart Project”. This ministry provides hope and a sustainable future with education and healthcare for orphaned and disadvantaged children. http://fathersheartprojectsfoundation.org/about/our-leaders/

Friday, November 22nd, 2019

Nate Coehoorn
Nate Coehoorn grew up in a Christian home but found himself going through some struggles in his early adult life. This led to Nate getting caught up in the party scene and making some bad choices. Thankfully, Nate’s story doesn’t end here. Nate’s Christian upbringing was never far from his thoughts and his heart. When he started playing football, Nate chose to wear #85 in honor of his hero, Milt Stegall, a strong Christian, and one of the greatest receivers in CFL history. Nate’s football career took off when he was a star player in University with the Calgary Dinos. Nate was drafted into the CFL in the first round as a 5th pick in 2011. He went on to play 6 seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos and won the 103rd Grey Cup with the Team in 2015. Nate retired in April of 2017 due to concussion related health concerns. Nate calls Medicine Hat home and enjoys spending time with his wife and three children.

Steve Kearns
Steve came to know Christ at an early age and it has been a constant and growing experience since. He grew up in a Christian home, son of missionary parents. He played in the CFL and has a twin brother who also played as a Professional Football player. Today Steve is a chaplain with Athletes in Action, currently serving with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Toronto Raptors and TFC. http://athlesinaction.ca

Luke Tasker
Hamilton Tiger Cats Player

Jumal Rolle
Hamilton Tiger Cats Player