JOIN US FROM SEPTEMBER 6-10 FOR OUR WEEK OF PRAYER!
Guests of the week:
Chief Kenny Blacksmith
September 6, 2021
Chief Kenny is the Founder/Executive Director of Gathering Nations International, a First Nations-run and operated registered charitable organization with a mission to achieve meaningful and biblically-based reconciliation, healing and unity; training & equipping; establishing ‘houses’ of prayer; and world humanitarian aid. With 35 years plus of public service experience (Honorary) Chief Kenny has been elected in various leadership positions among others, as Deputy Grand Chief of the Grand Council of the Crees, of Quebec, Councillor of the Cree Nation of Mistissini, Commissioner and President of the Cree School Board. His interview focuses on his personal times in residential schools and concludes with a beautiful prayer for the Indigenous Communities of Canada.
Rob & Fran Parker
September 7, 2021
Rob and Fran Parker are the founding directors of the National House of Prayer (NHOP). The National House of Prayer was established in 2005 and has since been committed to praying for the Government of Canada. Their interview focuses on them praying over the nation of Canada during this election and for peace and direction over our Country.
September 8, 2021
Andrew Burditt is The 700 Club Canada’s new President. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the charitable sector to this current role with The Christian Broadcasting Associates. Andrew prays over the direction of the 700 Club Canada and for our viewers and partners. He reads a prayer report from a viewer and prays over a few prayer requests of our viewers and partners.
September 9, 2021
James is the Pastor of Engage Ministries at Wilmot Centre Church. He is also a Church Planting Multiplier at E3 Canada/I am Second. E3 Ministry works to equip God’s people to evangelize His world by establishing healthy, multiplying, transformative churches everywhere. James’s interview focuses on the current mission trip he is on with E3 ministry- an RV mission trip from August 27 to September 13th. Heading all the way to Thunder Bay with stops along the way. He talks about the power of evangelism and why missions work is so important and powerful.
September 10, 2021
Joanne Tilley is a Registered Nurse whose experience includes critical care, ambulatory and obstetrical care in an acute care hospital setting as both a front line nurse and administrator. She has worked for The Salvation Army for over 20 years at Territorial and Divisional Headquarters as a social services consultant and presently as the Divisional Social Services Secretary in the Ontario Division. Her interview focuses on her experiences when working in New York City as a part of the Salvation Army’s response team to the 9/11 tragedy.