Special Guests


  • Daniel Decker
    Daniel Decker just returned from Armenia, where he performed his song “Adana” to a standing ovation at a nationally televised Memorial Concert commemorating the 90th Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. 1.5 million Christian Armenians were slaughtered in the genocide by Muslim Turkish soldiers of the Ottoman Empire because they would not renounce their faith in Christ. Decker's song “Adana” is about the genocide from a decidedly Christian point of view, and has been translated into 17 languages so far. It was received with great emotion and a standing ovation by all in attendance. Through this song Daniel is having the opportunity to proclaim the Gospel in a way he'd never have, even if he were a missionary. As a result, he's bringing God's healing and restoration to the people over this event, which several countries including modern-day Turkey and the U.S., still don't officially recognize. Listen to the man who made a difference. Listen to the passion. Listen to the story!

Talkback, etc.

  • Would you allow your teenager to get drunk at home so they would know what it felt like, within the safety and supervision of your own home?
    Would you allow a party with drinking at your house, just to keep an eye on things? With graduation and summer parties coming up, a lot of teens use this time as an excuse "just to try it." If they wanted to do it and felt like they were going to do it anyway, with or without your approval, some parents are thinking about the lesser of two evils... getting drunk at home with supervision!? What would you do?

  • OK... Karla Homolka moves in next door. How do you react?
    Do you strike up a relationship with her and care for her as you would any other neighbour, if not even more? Or do you protest, avoid or possibly move? Don't forget... you're asked to love your neighbour as yourself. Don't forget... this woman committed absolutely gruesome crimes. Don't forget... all have sinned and fallen short of God's perfection.

  • Why did you originally decide to follow Christ? Why are you still following Him?
    You're on the Titanic! It's going down fast and someone asks you these questions! What would you concisely say?