Special Guests

  • Naomi Judd (PART 2) — Grammy Award Winning Country Recording Artist
    This woman is indeed a superstar. Naomi has overcome poverty, domestic violence, panic attacks and a life-threatening disease to raise two mega star daughters, Wynonna and Ashley Judd. Grammy award winning country music singer and New York Times best-selling author, she's the host of "Naomi's New Morning" on the Hallmark Channel and now out with her latest book Naomi's Guide To Aging Gratefully.
    Click here for PART 1

  • Jason Illian — Today's Celebrity Co-host
    Jason came into the spotlight as "The Virgin" on ABC's Bachelorette. He is a sought after speaker on leadership, relationship and abstinence issues and really connects to students, singles and young adults through his faith, education, work experience, leadership skills, TV personality as well as being a college football star and remaining abstinent. Jason was a previous guest on our show, talking about his first book Undressed: The Naked Truth About Love, Sex, and Dating.

  • Blind Boys of Alabama — Grammy Award Winning, Soul-Gospel
    Ricky McKinnie is the drummer for the Grammy Award Winning, Soul-Gospel Group... "The Blind Boys Of Alabama." They've been on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and "Late Night with David Letterman." Their founding member, Clarence Fountain, has been a previous guest on TDMS, and they're back in Toronto performing LIVE at Massey Hall, this Saturday, April 14. See you there!

  • George Malkmus — Author of The Hallelujah Diet
    George Malkmus eliminated his colon cancer and numerous other serious health problems over twenty-five years ago by following biblical principles for a natural diet and healthy lifestyle. He and his wife Rhonda, who also overcame debilitating health problems by adopting this way of life, founded Hallelujah Acres in 1992 to proclaim to people everywhere, "You Don't Have to be Sick!" Should Christians ever get sick and is taking medicine against the will of God?


  • Shannan Parker
    Shannan's husband, Warren, was killed when a driver hit him as he stood outside their tour bus in January 2006. Shannan has shared her story with us previously. Today she updates us on the pain and frustration that she continues to face as she longs to see Warren's killer brought to justice.

Talkback, etc.

  • If someone doesn't have a specific date or time of conversion, do you question their salvation?
    Do we need to have a definitive point of reference to be considered a genuine follower of Christ? What if someone can't remember because they were too young or they always knew Christ intimately because they grew up in a Christian home? If we are to be "born again", that sure sounds like a time sensitive directive, doesn't it?

  • Is remarriage acceptable after divorce?
    Does it depend on the conditions of the divorce or does God never condone it? Is re-marriage one of those issues we tend to justify to get what we want?

  • Do you believe that sickness is a result of disobedience or demons?
    Many in the world of "Prosperity Doctrine" and the "Eating Biblically" movement feel that the only reason we get sick is because of either demonic activity or disobedience - sin in our life. Would you agree with this or do we get sick simply because we live in a "fallen" world?