Upcoming Guests
 
Monday, July 22nd, 2024

Angie Peters
Angie Peters is an inspiring and collaborative leader in Toronto's social sector. She spent 16 years as a senior executive in telecommunications before moving into the social profit sector to support initiatives investing in people and working towards the end of poverty. Angie has served as President and CEO of Yonge Street Mission for 10 years, and has since set the organization on a path toward realizing the end of generational poverty in Toronto in one generation. Prior to joining YSM, Angie founded and led ZOE Alliance Inc., a for-profit social enterprise that equipped and empowered village-based businesses in developing nations for sustainable growth. In 2024, Angie will become a published author with the launch of her new book, Just Act: We are the Solution to Poverty, an inspirational guide for people, businesses and community organizations concerned about poverty to develop a measurable action plan to help address poverty with effective initiatives while addressing barriers to success.


Tuesday, July 23rd, 2024


Wednesday, July 24th, 2024

Brooke Nicholls
Brooke Nicholls is a worship leader and songwriter based in the Toronto ON area. Brooke’s newest album, “Glory to God” is nominated in the Contemporary “Christian/Gospel Album of the Year” category at this year’s Juno Awards. Brooke has received multiple Gospel Music Awards and is the author of two best-selling books, “Faithful Then Faithful Now: Stories of God's Faithfulness from Women Across Canada” and the devotional “Making Room”. http://brookenicholls.ca


Thursday, July 25th, 2024

J.D Greear
In 12 Truths & a Lie, author and pastor J.D. Greear confidently tackles some of the most perplexing questions that Christians face. It’s not unusual to have questions about life. In fact, many of us have the same questions. How do I know if I’m going to Heaven? What’s my purpose? Why isn’t God answering my prayers? In this book, Greear offers scriptural insights and practical advice to help readers navigate life’s toughest challenges. Unafraid to approach areas of doubt and uncertainty, he welcomes even the most challenging questions with curiosity, thoughtfulness, and scriptural application, leading readers into a more intimate relationship with Christ. 12 Truths & a Lie includes questions such as: - How could a good God send people to Hell? - How should Christians handle political differences? - Why does God care so much about my sex life? - Can I know that I’m going to Heaven? - How do I know my purpose in life? J.D. Greear is the pastor of The Summit Church, in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina. Under Pastor J.D.’s leadership, the Summit has grown from a plateaued church of 300 to one of over 12,000. Pastor J.D. has led the Summit in a bold vision to plant one thousand new churches by the year 2050. He hosts Summit Life, a 30-minute daily radio broadcast and weekly TV program as well as the Ask the Pastor podcast. Pastor J.D. completed his Ph.D. in Theology at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Chick-fil-A, serves as a Council member for The Gospel Coalition, and recently served as the 62nd president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Pastor J.D. and his wife Veronica are raising four awesome kids: Kharis, Alethia, Ryah, and Adon.


Friday, July 26th, 2024

Herbie Kuhn
Many know Herbie Kuhn as the iconic voice of the Toronto Raptors, but Herbie’s most important role with the Team is serving and encouraging the players, and some from the opposing teams, as their co-Chaplain. Herbie also serves as Chaplain with the Toronto Argonauts. When not serving in these roles, Herbie uses his talents as an itinerant preacher, motivational speaker and MC for outreach and events. Herbie and his wife of 26 years, Stephanie, live in Toronto and are proud parents of a teenage son.

Daniel Adeboboye
Daniel Adeboboye is a Running Back with the Toronto Argonauts Canadian Football Team. The Toronto Argonauts have been fixtures in the community for 150 years. As an organization, they strive to help equity seeking groups remove social barriers and improve access to the game of football for all. The Team believes that differences in ability, age, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, or socio-economic status should be celebrated. Their past has proven they don’t just talk about inclusivity, they live it. Their goal is to help eliminate barriers, accelerate development, and where possible, change the lives of their employees, players and fans for the better.

Folarin Orimolade
Folarin grew up in church and recalls hearing the name of Jesus, but he was more concerned with leaving church early to play basketball and, at the time, had no hunger for God. Folarin spent many years living his own definition of what was right or wrong. As a result of this lifestyle, he built up an image that was based on his work, efforts, and accomplishments. It was not until he was playing with the Los Angeles Rams and got cut for the second time in 2017 that he finally realized work and accomplishments were not enough. He heard God calling him and telling him he was His no matter what he did or accomplished. Folarin can now testify he has been resting in this truth ever since Jesus became Lord and Savior of his life. He acknowledged that Jesus lived the perfect life on his behalf and was raised from the dead and lives to intercede on behalf of His followers.