Special Guests

  • Max Lucado — Pastor & Award Winning Author
    With more than 50 million books in print, Max Lucado's 60+ titles are read worldwide in more than 20 languages. Christianity Today magazine dubbed Lucado "America's Pastor," and Publishers Weekly recently proclaimed "there aren't many authors bigger than Lucado." In 2005, Reader's Digest called him "America's Best Preacher." His books are regular fixtures on national bestseller lists including The New York Times, USA Today and Publishers Weekly. Lucado has been featured in a wide range of media, including USA Today, Larry King Live and NBC Nightly News, and has spoken at the National Prayer Breakfast before the President of the United States. And today he joins us to talk about his life and his latest release, 3:16 The Numbers Of Hope.

  • Graham Kerr — The Galloping Gourmet!
    Graham Kerr has been an established television personality since 1959 and has aired over 1,700 programs including broadcasts in the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Asia, Africa, United Kingdom, and Europe. Many of his programs are still airing on PBS, allfood.com the Food Channel, and other locations throughout the world through syndication. Most of us simply know him as that British sounding chef with the wine glass - The Galloping Gourmet!


  • Jim Robinson
    Alcohol and drugs had taken nearly everything from Jim Robinson. He had no job, no car and no home. He was a suicidal drunk and addict, and nearly died. But in 1989, this lost man, in one dark and desperate moment, turned to find that his Creator had been there all along, in the middle of his messy life. Utilizing his gifts as a professional counsellor, speaker, author, and songwriter, Jim founded ProdigalSong Ministries in 2000, which has evolved into a vibrant mission that brings a testimony of hope and healing and provides professional resources that address the issues of addiction and recovery, obsessive/compulsive behaviours, mood disorders, family healing, and related life issues.

Talkback, etc.

  • Do you see anything wrong with an "all-black" school?
    (carried over from last week) We've got Jewish schools, Christian schools, and the Toronto board already has schools for First Nations students and an alternative high school for gay and lesbian teens. But is there something just not right about a school based on the colour of someone's skin, or is this concept long overdue, especially considering how the black community has been treated over the years?

  • If you're not happy with the direction your church is heading, do you stop giving?
    (carried over from last week)Leaving the church might be a step you eventually take down the road, but in the mean time, what if you don't like what the Pastor is preaching? What if you're not on board with the new building campaign? What if the denomination as a whole is making decisions you feel goes directly against God's Word? Would you ever consider not tithing? Is that appropriate? Or should you continue to give, and trust God to do with it as He likes? Have you ever actually protested with your offering for a period of time?

  • The Counsel Of Many! Need Help or Advice On An Issue In Your Life?
    Tell us your situation and Drew will ask the listeners of TDMS!
    This Week: "Should I marry a woman in order to rescue her and her children from a life of extreme poverty?" A man wants to know if he should marry a woman and bring her over to North America to escape probable death. Do you think God would see this as a legitimate marriage? Do you need to be "in love" in order to get married? Is this any different than adopting a child from an orphanage in Rwanda or Romania?
    (To submit your situation for an upcoming segment of The Counsel Of Many, Click Here)