Topic: Compassion
July 25 / 100 WORDS
Today's reading with David Mainse is from Mark 2, and Mark 2:15 is the key verse.
Surviving the World Trade Center Attacks / LESLIE HASKIN
Leslie Haskin is a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
On March 3rd, a group of vandals marched down Locke Street in Hamilton, ON, damaging windows, property and vehicles, seemingly at random. After that night, the owner of vandalized "Donut Monster" reacted to this event with love and compassion.
Remembrance Day Statement / SSG SHILO HARRIS
On this Remembrance Day, Shilo shares an encouraging message to service members who have served in combat and suffer from PTSD.
A Parents Best Gift / LEANNE CABRAL
Maggie John sits down with mother, author, speaker and coach Leanne Cabral. Leanne asks, if you could give your child the perfect gift wouldn't it be a legacy of faith?
Hurricane Matthew Update / Hot Topic
Joe and Cheryl discuss their Thanksgiving weekend, and share an update on Hurricane Matthew.
Leading a Life of Service / MAMA MAGGIE
Cheryl Weber interviews Maggie Gobran (Mama Maggie), to discuss why she gave up everything to help those in need.
Persecuted Christians and Prayer
Gracia Burnham shares her experience as a missionary overseas.
Are We Simply In Love with the Idea of Changing the World? / EUGENE CHO
Author and pastor Eugene Cho asked a thought-provoking question of whether we are just in love with the idea of changing the world instead of taking real measures to do so.
Cycling Across Canada for the Mully Children's Home
Arvid Loewen is an Ultra-Marathon Cyclist who has just completed Cycling across Canada to raise funds for Mully Children's Home.
Overrated / EUGENE CHO
Eugene Cho author of "Overrated" shares his viewpoints on generosity in today's culture.
Be You. Do Good
Jonathan David Golden shares how he found a way to turn coffee into a mission in Rwanda.
Everyday Heroes of Fort McMurray
Once again, Cheryl Weber brings us compelling stories of people rising up to the occasion as the tragedy hits in Fort McMurray.
Ministering to the Residents of Fort McMurray
Cheryl Weber went out west to Alberta and managed to pray with the residents of Fort McMurray. The response of the people in Alberta has been overwhelming, with everybody doing whatever they can to help one another.
Cheryl Weber Reports LIVE on Fort McMurray Fire
Cheryl Weber reports LIVE on the fires in Fort McMurray, Alberta.
Caring for the Caregiver
Peter Rosenberger helps caregivers strengthen themselves as they care for vulnerable loved ones, including tips on what caregivers can do TODAY that will strengthen their lives TODAY.
Overcoming Crisis
Bob VandePol speaks about facing crisis and how we can overcome.
Healing the Heart of Canada After a Troubled Past
Maggie Baratto shares her personal story of being a teenage runaway and having an unplanned pregnancy with an abusive man and her journey through 2 more unplanned pregnancies.
A Life-Changing Hope
Sean's world collapsed on itself, unable to break out of his addictions and the deep hurt in his heart. Until that day, when Jesus changed everything...
Creatively Serving at Christmas
Shelly Calcagno shares a few creative ideas of how we can serve others this Christmas!
7 Actions to Fight Anxiety
what does the bible say about anxiety? And how can we suppress our anxious thoughts the very moment they occur? Here are 7 things you can do right now that will restore peace.
Amy Grant Has Learned to Observe Without Judgement
Grammy Award-winning artist, Amy Grant is known for putting Christian contemporary music on the map. Amy sits down with 100 Huntley Street reporter at K-Love Fan Awards 2014.
Liver Transplant Recipient Grateful for Gift of Life
Cst. Allan Stevenson was diagnosed with an auto-immune disease that affected his liver. In the midst of all the support among his co-workers and friends, he received a call on May 15, 2014 that a liver donation was available.
Exclusive: MP Joy Smith speaks on Important Issues Surrounding Prostitution
MP Joy Smith continues the conversation with Dr. John Hull about Bill C-36 and why it is so crucial for the Bill to be passed.
Bicycle Ride Across Canada Raises Awareness for Saharawi People
On May 4, 2014, Daniel Pigeon began his bike ride from Vancouver, B.C., to St. John's, Newfoundland, to raise awareness for the Saharawi people of Western Sahara, most of whom are living in refugee camps as a result of a 39-year political conflict.
A WestJet Father's Day Surprise
Last Christmas, Westjet surprised many passengers with real-time giving. So now, they decided to give their nod to a hard-working father.
Mother's Day: Christian Charities Offer Alternative Gift-Giving Ideas in Honour of Moms
A number of Christian charity organizations have produced gift catalogs showing alternative gift-giving ideas as a unique way of celebrating Mother's Day.
Each One Find One - I Was Invited
Whether it's in our professional role, social settings, church, at school - no one wants to be alone. We can influence and impact others by simply inviting them into the conversation and the bigger picture.
Canadian Folk Artist Jordan Raycroft Earns 2014 Juno Nomination, Interview and Performance Exclusive
Jordan Raycroft shares the stories, inspiration and message behind his 2014 JUNO nominated self-titled debut album plus exclusive performances recorded with Crossroads 360.
Handling Your elderly Parents' Income Tax Returns
Filing income tax returns can be complicated, especially if you are unfamiliar with your parent's tax situation. Hiring an accountant to complete the task can save you time, likely cost only $100 to $300, and ensure the return is prepared professiona
The Power of Freshly Baked Blueberry Muffins
Caregivers need to develop empathy for an elder's situation, and patience, when they seem unreasonably demanding or in an uncharacteristically bad mood.
About Me, My Caregiving Story and this Blog
When my father died suddenly in 2002, I became the primary caregiver for my mother, Doris, a role I held until she died in 2009. I did the best I could for Mom, but I was torn between my conflicting roles. I wanted and needed to spend more time with
The Me I Want to Be
Sometimes life gets heavy and it crushes out some of the outward expression that comes from living from our heart. The things that make us happy. The things that make us feel alive and fulfilled.
Heidi Baker says, "Stop for the One" (Extended Interview)
How will the world be like, if we all stopped for the one? Just once a day, for one person. A simple and powerful act of love that can be accomplished through each and every one of us. Something that Heidi Baker strives to do and to show God's love t
The Olympic Bolt?
The true story of the Olympic medal more valuable than gold.
Helping the Homeless Through Hockey
Gary Scullion is the President and CEO of Hockey Helps the Homeless. The organization exists to help raise awareness about homelessness as well as helping the homeless to get back up on their feet.
Give Life to Mully Children's Family
Charles Mulli and the Mully Children's Family has been launching vocational training, fish ponds, a dam, chicken barn, medical clinic, borehole and greenhouse for the past 10 years and we���??ve b
Give Life as a Meaningful Christmas Gift This Year
Help Give Life to children all around the world through Crossroads' humanitarian projects and see the amazing difference your gift can make!
Give an Eternal Gift This Christmas
David Shelley goes around the world as a representative of Crossroads Relief & Development department to bring hope and life in places where people had forgotten.
Beyond the Baby
Two events converging as one. Two distinct sides to one very necessary coin. Yes, the Man-child was born into the human family. But for that to happen, the God-Son had to be given. And He was.