Topic: Military
Samaritans Purse on the Ground in British Columbia / TAMMY SUITOR
Tammy Suitor is the Canadian Disaster Response Manager for Samaritans Purse. Today she joins us to share what they are doing on the ground in British Columbia in the aftermath of the flooding that has happened there.
Trapped in the BC Flooding / ALLISON MCCONNELL
Allison McConnell has lost everything as a result of the flooding in British Columbia. She, her husband, and 4 year old son were rescued from the window of their motor home by a search and rescue boat. Allison shares her experience with Cheryl Weber.
Faith in Action after British Columbia Flood / PASTOR KYLE NICHOLS
Pastor Kyle Nichols is Lead Pastor at Princeton Baptist Church in Princeton, British Columbia. Princeton Baptist runs the only foodbank in their town, and also a firewood ministry. Princeton has been overwhelmed with need after the flooding as well
God Called Him to Serve His Country / EDWARD GRAHAM
Edward graduated from the United States Military Academy where he went on to serve 16 years in the US Army.
Remembering Indigenous Veterans - The Story of Sanford Stinson
Over 12,000 Indigenous people fought in WW1, WW2 and the Korean War. According to the Indian Act they were deemed 'non-entities' meaning they had no land. Therefore they were not PAID to go to war, yet they went to fight for their families, communi
CAF chaplains provide an active, personal and supportive presence and offer spiritual and personal growth programmes and events throughout the year.
Our focus is a remote south-east region of Colombia where hundreds of families have been forced to leave their old lives behind in order to escape torture and persecution.
Life Stories: Jacob Williams
It is estimated that nearly one in ten Canadian Armed Forces veterans who served in Afghanistan is suffering from PTSD. Here's one man's story through this difficult journey.
Today is Military Spouse Appreciation Day
Lorna Dueck & Kevin Pauls take a few moments to thank our Canadian Armed Forces and pray for not only their spouses, but for their entire families.
Supporting Our Military
Colonel Gerry Potter shares how we can support our military and their families.
Remembrance Day Reflections
100 Huntley Street Host Moira Brown reflects as Canada remembers and recognizes the faithful soldiers who have fought and served.
The Effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
100 Huntley Street Reporter Magdalene John speaks with John Shippam who runs his own counselling practice that helps empower and liberate people who are suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
American Soldier Survives IED in Iraq
American Soldier Shilo Harris is a War Veteran who survived an IED in Iraq and sustained sever injuries that would alter the course of his life.
Out of the Depths: A World War II Survivor Speaks Out
July 30, 1945: After transporting uranium for the atomic bomb the USS Indianapolis headed unaccompanied toward a small island in the South Pacific and was struck near midnight by two Japanese torpedoes. Marine survivor Edgar Harrell tells it all.
Remembering The Holy & Brave
Duff Crerar shares history to remember
Focus on Remembrance
David Mainse reminds us to pray on Remembrance Day
Update on World Events- Part Two
Brian Stiller is Global Ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance. He brings us updates on world events and his travels around the world (In this case Egypt / Beijing / Jakarta)
Truth To Go- Did God Place Me in My Circumstances?
Robert Morgan's "The Red Sea Rules"
Home For Christmas - Caring for Military Families
Tom Bradley, Base Commander CFB Edmonton works to provide support services for military families living in the community.