Topic: Disease & Illness
Streams in the Wasteland / JOSH TIESSEN
Josh Tiessen shares his art and journeys through what started him out in the world of art and how his family supported his calling. He shares a hard diagnosis his family faced and how it showed him how to draw closer to God.
Overcoming Health Challenges / MIKE JANZEN
Juno Nominated Pianist and Composer, Mike Janzen, joins Mark Masri to share about his inspiration for "The Psalms Project" as well as significant health challenges he had to overcome.
For Your Health - A Look Into God's Methods for Healing / MATHEW EMBRY
Mathew Embry shares his story of healing after he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at 19.
A Look Into God's Methods for Healing / REBECCA JEAN COWBOY
Rebecca Jean Cowboy shares how she took her life and health more seriously after being diagnosed with Diabetes and sought medical help, gave her life to Christ and subsequently was healed emotionally, physically and mentally.
Walking After Years in a Wheelchair with MS / MARK DAVIS PICKUP
Mark Davis Pickup shares his powerful and heartfelt story about his journey with Multiple Sclerosis.
Do You Need a Vacation? / TARA LALONDE
Registered Psychotherapist Tara Lalonde joins us to discuss how we can take a mini-vacation for our mental health.
A Look Into God's Methods for Healing / AYMIE & BILL FRANKS
Aymie Franks was diagnosed with stage four endometriosis and was told she could not conceive a child without medical help. Today she shares her story of healing.
COVID-19: Reflecting on the Pandemic 2 Years Later
Mark Masri and Cheryl Weber reflect on the past two years as we've navigated the COVID-19 pandemic across the globe.
Transforming Loneliness / RUTH GRAHAM
In Transforming Loneliness, Ruth Graham invites you to surrender your loneliness to God and work with Him in making healthy choices that lead to life, joy, and community.
Major Success Does Not Bring Happiness / DAVID ASH
David Ash shares his personal life story.
Celebrating Christmas During COVID-19 / GREG THE QUIRKY CAMERA GUY
Greg the Quirky Camera Guy joins us to spread a little holiday cheer, even in the midst of a global pandemic.
Half a Heart Leads to Healing Hearts Through Music / PAUL CARDALL
It's a miracle that GMA Dove Award winning artist Paul Cardall is alive. Yet the gifts of music that he brings us add up to something even greater. His story is in fact a testament to the human spirit, to determination and humility, and above all to
Not a Victim but an Overcomer / ALISHA MULLETT
Alisha Mullett shares her journey as a heart transplant survivor who also lives with painful eczema and psoriasis that developed as a result of her transplant treatments. Her story is one with many facets, facing fear of the unknown, fear of hospital
Welcome Back Cheryl!
Cheryl shares what she learned during her time away.
Finding a New Rhythm / So Long Normal / LAURA STORY
Laura Story shares how a relationship with God helps us overcome trauma and find a new rhythm for our lives.
Praying for Cheryl Weber's Health
Together we lift up Cheryl Weber after her emergency surgery.
Through the Lens of Motherhood / LAURIE HAUGHTON
Laurie Haughton joins Lara Watson to share about her journey through parenting a child with a complex congenital heart defect.
Perseverance: Moving Towards Mental Wellness / ALLAN & BONNIE GALLANT
In 2017, Allan's life changed when he suffered a severe stroke. After a month of recovery and learning to speak again, he began the hardest battle of his life, a battle with mental illness; PTSD, severe Anxiety and Depression.
Healthcare Heroes / AMY-LYNN HOWSON
Amy-Lynn Howson shares about how the pandemic has caused a lot of fear and isolation for patients compromised in their health.
The Sound of Your Love
One group of people created a unique solution to bridge the gap for those not able to see their loved ones with COVID-19 restrictions in place. Here's the story of Sound of Your Love.
Healthcare Heroes / DR. BEN CHAN
Dr. Ben Chan shares his experiences as a part-time ER Doctor in rural hospitals noting the negative secondary effects of the pandemic.
Dr. Jean Chamberlain-Froese talks about how difficult it's been to predict outcomes and treat pregnant patients that are ill with COVID-19.
Healthcare Heroes / NICOLA TOPSOM
Nicola talks about her motivation for choosing a career as a PSW that specializes in dementia and palliative care.
40 Days of Hope for Health Care Heroes - Exhausted workers / AMY K. SORRELLS
Healthcare workers are suffering from their own epidemic of burnout and moral injury as a result of dwindling resources and being overworked. Amy K. Sorrells offers hope in this book!
40 Days of Hope for Health Care Heroes - Burnout / AMY K. SORRELLS
Healthcare workers are suffering from their own epidemic of burnout and moral injury as a result of dwindling resources and being overworked. Amy K. Sorrells offers hope in this book!
Healthcare Heroes / CARRIE HAGGETT
Going through this pandemic, Carrie Haggett has learned that God has not changed. She tries to be calm in the midst of the Covid storm. She asks people to pray for patience and peace for everyone.
Healthcare Heroes / JOANNE PARDY
This month 100 Huntley Street is featuring Healthcare Heroes! Joanne is an ICU RN in St. John's. She retired after 32 years, but returned to work when the call went out for anybody with experience to help out during the Feb. 2021 COVID outbreak.
40 Days of Hope for Health Care Heroes - PTSD / AMY K. SORRELLS
Healthcare workers are suffering from their own epidemic of burnout and moral injury as a result of dwindling resources and being overworked. Amy K. Sorrells offers hope in this book!
Community Prayers - Schools / LARA WATSON
Our hosts have made it a priority to get out into the community and pray for people affected by COVID-19. Today Lara shares a prayer for those who serve in schools, students and parents.
The Battle for Endurance / REV. VAHEN KING
Rev. Vahen King joins us to share about spiritual and physical endurance.
World Watch List 2021 / GARY STAGG
This year's World Watch List (WWL), produced annually by Open Doors International, highlights how the global pandemic has exacerbated the systemic discrimination and persecution that over 340 million Christians experience on an ongoing basis.
Crystal Lavallee is joined by Roberta Fiddler to discuss the alarming number of tragedies that have prevented Indigenous communities from grieving together properly.
Faith in the Face of ALS / RICK WILSON
On August 9, 2019 life changed forever for Rick and his family, when he received the diagnosis that he had ALS, a terminal neurodegenerative disease with no known cure.
Community Prayers - Pharmacy Workers / GREG MUSSELMAN
Our hosts have been stepping out into the community to pray for people deeply affected by COVID-19. Today Greg Musselman prays for Pharmacy workers.
Crystal Lavallee shares a prayer for Pastor Martin Naistus.
Encouragement from Scripture / PASTOR KEN SHIGEMATSU
Pastor Ken Shigematsu joins us to share some encouragement from the prophet Jeremiah as we journey through COVID-19.
Touching Lives Through Music / CHRISTINE & CHRISTOPHER DUFFLEY
Christopher Duffley was born with cocaine in his system as a result of his biological mother's drug addiction. As a result of his prematurity, the retinas in his eyes completely detached, leaving him totally blind before his first birthday.
Pastor Lee McClelland shares his personal and touching story about his journey with COVID-19.
Holocaust Survivor Continues Teaching Piano Throughout COVID-19 Pandemic
Mark Masri and Cheryl Weber share a story about a 92 year old Holocaust survivor, Dr. Cornelia Vertenstein, who has been teaching piano for 50 years and refused to quit in the face of the pandemic.
Joel Smallbone of for KING & COUNTRY joins Mark Masri to talk music, faith and the current issues our world is facing.