Special Guests

  • Gavin MacLeod (Part 1) — Known for his roles as "Captain Merrill Stubing" on The Love Boat & "Murray Slaughter" on Mary Tyler Moore
    Over the years, Gavin has battled with alcoholism and subsequent divorce from second his second wife Patti. However, his spiritual life experienced and major turn around in the mid-80s and he ended up remarrying his wife and wrote a biography called Back on Course: The Remarkable Story of a Divorce That Ended in Remarriage.

  • Erwin McManus — Writer, futurist, activist, artist, spiritual & cultural leader
    Erwin McManus is an expert on human creativity. His books do not shy away from asking the big questions about life and human nature. His latest, Soul Cravings, explores the essential human longings for intimacy, destiny and meaning, guiding readers on a journey of self-discovery. McManus serves as the lead pastor and Cultural Architect of Mosaic in Los Angeles. The diverse community of followers of Jesus gathers for services in unusual places such as The Mayan Nightclub and Beverly Hills High School.

  • Gary McHale
    Gary is the man from Richmond Hill who feels that the Indians in Caledonia have gotten away with far too much and even though he lives nowhere near Caledonia, he's had it! He believes that there is a two-tier system of justice and that the Indians are committing criminal acts that the general public would never get away with.


  • Orlando and Skye Bowen
    Allegations of racism and wrongdoing are at the heart of a $14 million lawsuit filed against Peel Regional Police by former CFL linebacker Orlando Bowen. Orlando says that he was cuffed, beaten and then framed by two Peel police officers in a Mar. 26, 2004 incident that left him with a concussion, a gash on his head and blackened eyes. So how does something like this affect your emotions, your marriage and your walk with God?

Talkback, etc.

  • Blasphemy Challenge — Have you ever been ready to quit on Jesus? Why? What kept you going?
    There is a $25,000 campaign, which launched before Christmas on YouTube called "The Blasphemy Challenge" where people videotape their blasphemy, denying the existence of the trinity. The organizers are giving away 1,001 DVDs of the documentary The God Who Wasn't There to participants. Watch some of their videos - what would you say to them?

  • Charismatic Infiltrators — Should someone say something to them? Who - the Pastor?
    What is it with Charismatics who feel they have the right to go into any church with a different culture - a more subdued, private, quiet culture - and shout their "Amens" and "Hallelujahs" and carry on with their own denominationally cultural idiosyncrasies of head nodding, palm tanning and flag waving? What are we to do with the "happy clappies"?