Black History Month 2021
Celebrating and remembering culture, diversity and social justice in Canada.
Conversations With Bill Markham and Chris Chase | Panel Discussions | Guests | Resources
CONVERSATIONS with Bill Markham and Chris Chase
February 11, 2021
Roen Higgins is an active Special Care Counsellor, inspirational event planner and a community change agent. Her passion is to Engage, Educate and Empower others to find their unique gift which she believes is a therapy of a lifetime.
Dale Brown is the owner of Muzikizlife ministry/Muzikizlife Apparel, a gospel recording artist and a music teacher/vocal coach to youth.
Their panel discussion focuses on how their culture and background have impacted their lives today. Both individuals are passionate about mental health and making a difference in their communities through artistic expression (ie: music, poetry and art.) Watch as their discussion covers topics regarding social justice and God’s love for all of humanity.
February 16, 2021
Devon Wells is an owner, event producer and promoter for Gospel Connection Canada. He is a multipreneur; always creating and pursuing new ideas and dreams. Most importantly, he is a husband and father to three kids.
Hollie Taylor launched her own entertainment promotions company called Ten16 Entertainment. Ten16 Entertainment is a company committed to the education and promotion of artists pursuing exposure in the Canadian Christian music industry.
February 1, 2021 | February 25, 2021
Cheryl Nembhard is a social justice advocate, speaker and podcaster. She is passionate about reaching marginalized communities and sharing the love of God with them.
February 9, 2021
Chris Chase is husband, father and sought-after leadership and church communicator. He is the lead pastor at The Meeting House in Newmarket, Ontario.
Chris Chase’s interview focuses on his life working in ministry. Having taught at many churches he brings a good insight into the world of ministry and how it is transforming today in terms of race and culture. He articulates his feelings of acceptance and inclusion and how the world is shaping ministry today. He has a creative background and loves hosting the “House of Common” show on YouTube.
February 18, 2021
Solomon Ikhuiwu is the founder and leader of Love Rained Down; an evangelistic creative ministry that exists to reach people far from God and those that don’t know Him. He desires to see the hearts of people flooded with God’s love.