Upcoming Guests
Monday, July 15th, 2019

Eve Nakabembe
With over 15 years’ experience in both Global Health and Obstetrics -Gynecology, Dr Eve is a recipient of several awards including Uganda’s National Heroes Medal: Golden Jubilee Medal and the Rising Star Award from Grand Challenges Canada. Her work focuses on multidisciplinary approaches to reducing Global Maternal Newborn Morbidity and Mortality--in other words, how to reduce the number of mothers and babies dying from preventable pregnancy complications by getting everyone involved in helping to save their lives. Dr Eve is an experienced author and speaker. She has a full-time practise in Uganda and has delivered thousands of Ugandan mothers.

Kirk Franklin
Kirk Franklin Music Video "OK"

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

Joy Byers
Joy Byers experienced a tough season due to the loss of family members and considered walking away from it all. When moment(s) of celebrations usually take place, she was grieving. Joy lost three of the most important people in her life in one week. When Joy’s granddaughter was born, her daughter was pronounced brain dead. Soon after; Joy’s uncle who was a powerful influence in her life passed away. Thirty minutes later her aunt whom she spent almost every summer in England with as a child, passed away. There was a tiny glimmer of hope that God was still there and could hear. Joy truly believes the only thing that stopped her from walking away was the power of a praying community, friends who prayed while Joy seemed bitter. Joy joins us to discuss how God helped her through this season.

Wednesday, July 17th, 2019

Jessieca Sires
Jessieca Sires a.k.a “Wednesday Grace” shares her real-life story from her book, "Wednesday's Place Journey of Grace". Adopted just days after birth, Wednesday struggles to find her place and her purpose in this crazy world. Trying to prove that she was not a mistake, she strives for perfection but fails. Desperate to stop a hateful custody battle that lasted eight long painful years, Wednesday is married off at the vulnerable age of sixteen. Her journey does not get any easier! Still surrounded by mountains of hate, there is now a broken marriage full of lies, alcoholism, and uncontrollable, painful challenges. Does Wednesday find her place, her purpose? With God’s loving grace, Wednesday, the rent-a-kid, becomes the royalty she was destined to be, the adopted, overcoming, and beautiful daughter of the King of kings.

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

Tyrone Flowers
Forced into foster care at age 7 because of a dysfunctional family, Tyrone Flowers lived out a next decade of hell. His homes over the next 10 years: three different foster homes, residential treatment facilities, eight different group homes, and juvenile reformatory school. At 17 he was dealt an even more cruel blow, leaving him handicapped and asking, “Why me?” Yet Tyrone’s story did not end there. His self-pity turned into something else that was able to change those first 17 years into good, giving him purpose in life, and allowing him to impact the lives of others. He saw disaster changed into triumph, further reinforcing his faith and hope, and inspiring others in the process.

Marisa Anderson
Although Marisa grew up in a Christian home, as a child and teenager she battled with what she found out is known as “Body Dysmorphia”. It affected her self image and esteem. She avoided mirrors and hid from her reflection. At the age of 16 she had an extreme makeover. It took time for her to learn to love herself, but the process gave her such a desire to see all women embrace who they were created to be – a masterpiece created by an incredible craftsman God. Marisa encountered the love of God in a personal way. Marisa is married to an awesome man and has two beautiful daughters. She inspires others about fashion, design, lifestyle, and especially about God’s love weaved through her website https://iamloved.tv/

Friday, July 19th, 2019

Maggie John
On today's program we will spend some time getting to know 100 Huntley Street Co-Host, Maggie John, a little better.