Topic: War & Violence
Shepherd of My Soul: Healing PTSD From Psalm 23 / SOKREAKSA HIMM
Sokreaksa Himm shares his incredible story of overcoming PTSD after the murder of 13 of his family members.
As a young child Belma lived through the brutal and terrifying events that accompanied the end of World War II and the sudden erection of the Berlin Wall, when East was separated from West and families were ripped apart.
Life Stories: Tyrone Flowers
At 18 years old, Tyrone Flowers decided he was going to make something of his life, by joining the US. Army. On his way home from passing his entrance exams, his life was about to change forever. Here's his story.
Desperation on the ground in Ukraine / CHAD MARTZ
Chad Martz works with one of our Crossroads Cares partners Hungry for Life as the war continues in Ukraine. He provides an update.
Update on Ukraine / LES PAULSEN
Cheryl Weber checks in with Les, who has taught and served on the Board of L'viv Theological Seminary in Ukraine.
Bringing Aid to Those on the Ground in Ukraine / ED DICKSON
Ed Dickson and his family have been living in Ukraine since 1996. Serving orphan children, seniors, refugees and local churches. Loads of Love has over 40 full-time workers in Ukraine, who have committed to be the light that God has called them to be
Hope In One Of The Most Dangerous Places / RUTH HODGE
Ministry in Nigeria, one of the most dangerous places in the world.
Obedience to God, Even in a Dangerous Situation / CHRIS AND LESLIE ROLLING
Chris and Leslie Rolling run are partners on the ground in Haiti and run "Clean Water for Haiti". Most of the water sources available to people in Haiti are contaminated, and because of poor infrastructure Haitian families have no choice but to use t
Hearing the Voice of God / DAN LONEY
Dan Loneywas raised in a Christan home but after his father died in a tragic airplane accident his life took a turn. Dan fell in with a bad crowd and ended up living in a biker house surrounded by bad activity. His life had led him so far from God bu
Serving the People of Afghanistan / JOHN WEAVER
Before 9/11, God sent John to live in the danger zone of Afghanistan to serve the war-torn Afghans who had been displaced by the al-Qaeda and Taliban led civil war.
Iran's Great Awakening / DR. HORMOZ SHARIAT
Greg speaks with Dr. Shariat, founder of Iran Alive Ministries. His life as a Christian has been dedicated to helping people understand the Middle East.
Honouring Indigenous Veterans / FIRST PEOPLES VOICES
First Peoples Voices Producer, Crystal Lavallee shares an incredible story about an Indigenous veteran from the James Bay who served in WWI.
Lara and Mark talk about Remembrance Day as we head toward November 11th and many ceremonies being held virtually during COVID-19.
For the Soldiers
A musical tribute for soldiers & their families.
Forced Paths, Ordered Steps / JEMAL DAMTAWE
Kidnapped at 15 and used as a child soldier, Jemal has seen a lot in his life. He turned to drugs and alcohol to numb the pain and eventually wound up on the streets involved in gang life. Homeless and desperate, Jemal went to Union Gospel Mission (U
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.
Survived in the Woods for 7 Months / OLIVER MWENEAKE
Oliver Mweneake was raised in a Christian home in the Congo and had a wonderful upbringing. In October 1996 however, he and his two younger sisters fled into the woods and survived for 7 months during the war in Congo after being abandoned.
It's a moment forever captured, an iconic image that has come to define the horror and violence of the Vietnam War. For Kim Phuc Phan Thi, pictured as a child in the photograph, it's a horrific memory.
Kimberly Smith Highland / WEB EXCLUSIVE
Kimberly Smith-Highland is the President of Make Way Partners and author of "Passport through Darkness." Today she shares her extraordinary stories of fighting human trafficking and the healing that God has brought into her life.
Prayers for Mali
This week the first of our Canadian troops joined a UN peacekeeping mission in Mali, Africa, a country that has been torn apart by violence since 2012. Join us in praying for those on this dangerous mission for protection and peace.
Transformed & Healed By God / MARCIA SMITH
In 1987, Marcia Smith and her mother were ambushed by her step-father while she was driving her mother to work. Today she joined Maggie John and shared her amazing testimony of God's healing power and His ability to transform a life.
Invictus Games
The Invictus Games - recently held in Toronto - is an inspirational skills competition for wounded, injured or sick armed service personnel that aims to aid in helping them overcome the horrors of combat.
Huntley Hope | October 10, 2017
Today on Huntley Hope, Kim Phuc Phan Thi shares her story of surviving the Vietnam War.
It's a moment forever captured, an iconic image that has come to define the horror and violence of the Vietnam War. For Kim Phuc Phan Thi, pictured as a child in the photograph, it's a horrific memory. Today she shares her story with Maggie John.
Huntley Hope | September 19, 2017
Today on Huntley Hope, Father Gregory Boyle shares how Homeboy Industries provides hope, training, and support to formerly gang-involved individuals allowing them to redirect their lives.
Huntley Hope | September 5, 2017
Today on Huntley Hope, Kamal Dhillon & Sam & Naomi Tita share their stories.
Fear in Nigeria / Greg Musselman and Maggie John
Greg and Maggie talk about Greg's experiences with Voice of the Martyrs Canada while travelling in Lagos, Nigeria.
Huntley Hope | July 25, 2017
Featured: Gracia Burnham.
Maggie John is joined in the studio by Issa Ebombolo who is an advocate for peace and the founder of Peace Club Zambia.
"In Our Hands" Theatrical Release on May 29th
Cheryl Weber & Kevin Pauls chat about the special one day theatrical release of the docu-drama "In Our Hands" on May 29th across Canada.
Prayers for Manchester
We open the show on a sombre note with prayers for the victims of the attack in Manchester.
Partnering with Light for All Nations / NIZAR SHAHEEN
Cheryl & Kevin speak with founder of Light for All Nations - our ministry partner - Nizar Shaheen who has just returned from one of the most damaged cities in Syria; Aleppo.
Light for All Nations - Live in Aleppo / NIZAR SHAHEEN
More than 250,000 Syrians have lost their lives in four-and-a-half years of armed conflict.
What Happens When Freedom is Removed?
Maggie John & Kevin Pauls speak about North Korea's frequent presence in the news lately and share a clip of Rev. Lisa Pak speaking about Pastor Lim's imprisonment.
Family of Facebook Shooting Victim Forgives the Man Who Shot Him
Robert Godwin Sr. was out for a walk Easter Sunday when he was killed.
Hospital in Iraq through Samaritan's Purse
Magdalene John and Alexander Best talk to Director of Programs of Samaritan's Purse Canada John Clayton about their projects in Northern Iraq including a hospital dedicated by Franklin Graham.
Another Chibok Girl Rescued / HOT TOPIC
Cheryl Weber & Mike Sherbino speak about the 24th Chibok girl who has been rescued.
Baroness Caroline Cox Knows No Limits
Cheryl Weber talks about Baroness Caroline Cox and the work she does including facing the Islamic Fulani Herdsmen in Nigeria and escaping a possible deadly attack.
Is the Stage Set for the End of the World?
The Stage Is Set carefully illuminates the signs of the times that point toward Christ's glorious appearing and millennial reign, answering questions you have about the identity of the antichrist, the future of Israel, the location of Armageddon, and
Are We Doing Enough for Our Veterans?
Magdalene John and Mike Sherbino talk about the recent tragedy when a Canadian Veteran was involved in an apparent murder-suicide of himself and his family.