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Monday, January 14th, 2019

Shawn Naylor
Shawn was adopted into a wonderful family at 3 months of age and gives God glory as He spared Shawn from an early and untimely death. At 9 when Shawn heard a derogatory comment from an older man he realized he was different and identity questions came flooding in that affected him during the years that followed. In high school Identity issues really began to surface. This led to a promiscuous & careless lifestyle. The peak of Shawn’s diminishing hope in high school was when he got expelled from the school/school board. After high school Shawn didn’t have much direction, and became the thing that he hated the most, (a man who ruined lives). He became a drug dealer and fulfilled all the other roles that came along with that life. This finally led to homelessness. One day Shawn found himself at the absolute bottom and at that point he walked into a local church where Jesus was waiting for him. In that moment, God restored Shawn to who He intended him to be. He broke the chains and the seed of Youth Ministry was planted in Shawn’s heart. Today Shawn travels globally proclaiming the grace and redemptive power of God’s love to young people; he meets them on their battleground, lifts them up and encourages to meet the same Jesus who rescued him. http://shawnnaylor.ca/ http://shawnnaylor.ca/


Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

Steve Geyer
For the past 30 years God has been preparing and equipping Steve Geyer for such a time as this. Beginning as a nightclub comic, Steve Geyer found faith travelling the circuit and then recognized the opportunity to make people laugh with clean comedy. Steve was “cutting his teeth” on the US comedy club circuit opening for comedians like Billy Crystal, Brian Reagan and Sinbad when he came to faith in Christ. While touring with top Christian bands and releasing three Christian comedy records, some of his mentors recognized a pastoral element in Steve’s performances. With their encouragement and God’s leading Steve transitioned into full-time pastoral ministry. In addition to his duties as a teaching pastor, leading short-term mission trips and developing a ministry for families of children with Special Needs, Steve excelled at pre-marital and pastoral counseling. During this time Steve was invited to participate in a brand-new event called “Couples Night Out”. Since 2007, after speaking at well over 300 of these events across North America including sharing the stage at marriage events with Dr Gary Chapman and Gary Thomas, Steve has partnered with FunandFaith to create, “A Nite To Remember for Couples”. http://stevegeyer.us/


Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Sandra Waboose
Sandra Waboose was born in Pic Mobert First Nation, an Ojibway community in Nrthern Ontario. In January 1993, Sandra’s life was chaotic, dysfunctional, angry and full of addictions. She was searching for answers to life, but only felt hopeless & empty. Sandra asked a friend to take her to church, and there her life was transformed when she cried out to God to forgive her of her sins & change her life. Today Sandra works with the First Peoples in areas of family support, mental health and counselling. As God gives opportunity, Sandra shares her faith and the hope which can be found in Christ. As doors open Sandra also teaches God’s word and facilitates prayer meetings with the emphasis of healing as God has brought so much healing to her heart and life.


Thursday, January 17th, 2019

Victor Torres
Victor Torres was a gang warlord and heroin addict in New York City’s violent streets. At the age of twelve, he stabbed a young man. He quickly headed into a downward spiral. His mother believed that through her prayers, God would spare her son from this dark lifestyle. Those prayers led Victor to find help at Teen Challenge. Through the ministry of David Wilkerson, founder of Teen Challenge, and Nicky Cruz, Victor came to realize that God had a purpose for his life. Victor has just released his new book “Reaching Your Addicted Loved One”. Without pulling punches or promising easy answers, Victor provides wisdom and expertise that can lead you toward freedom. God did not create your loved one to be an addict or a loser. On the contrary, God created him or her for a better life. Although, for the moment, it may seem like you are losing your loved one, they still have a God-given destiny and a purpose. No matter how bad the picture may look now, there is always hope. www.victortorres.org/' >https:// www.victortorres.org/'


Friday, January 18th, 2019

Esther Fleece
Esther Fleece is the author of the book "No More Faking Fine" and founder and CEO of L&L Consulting, Inc. "No More Faking Fine" is your invitation to get gut-level honest with God through the life-giving language of lament. Lament, a practice woven throughout Scripture, is a prayer that God never ignores, never silences, and never wastes. As Esther says, “Lament is the unexpected pathway to true intimacy with God, and with those around us.” Esther learned this the hard way, by believing she could shut down painful emotions that haunted her from a broken past she tried to forget on her fast track to success. But in silencing her pain, she robbed herself of the opportunity to be healed. Maybe you’ve done the same. EstherFleece.com


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