Cristie Healey — Wife of Juno Award Winner, Jeff HealeyCristie was married to one of the world’s most legendary guitar players who passed away from Cancer only a few months ago at the age of 41, leaving behind their leaving behind their three year old son, Derek. Over the years Jeff had played with the likes of Stevie Ray Vaughan, Buddy Guy, BB King, ZZ Top & Eric Clapton.
Barbara Wilson — Author of The Invisible BondIt's a past that haunts the present - Sabotaged relationships, low self-esteem, sexual dysfunction, an empty spiritual life. Sex will bind you up and tie you down. Why? It's just sex. But "just sex" means your body, soul, mind and spirit have become one with another. Released from a past of her own, Barbara Wilson now combines scientific research with Scripture to offer striking new insights about what sexual bonding is, why it is harmful, and how to move freely into your future.
Peter Scazzero — Author of Emotionally Healthy SpiritualityThis groundbreaking work on the integration of emotional health and contemplative spirituality has been written by a man who speaks regularly to pastors and leaders around North America on implementing the principles of Emotionally Healthy Spirituality into their personal lives & marriages. Pete has also authored The Emotionally Healthy Church, winner of the Gold Medallion Award for 2003 and is also the founder and senior pastor of New Life Fellowship Church in Queens, New York City.
Jim Leek — Morning Man on JOY 1250As many of you already know, the firefighter who died at the scene of that massive propane explosion in Toronto was actually the brother of JOY 1250’s morning man, Jim Leek. Jim will join us to pay tribute to his brother Bob Leek, and share how the last few weeks have been for him and his family.
The Counsel Of Many!Need Help or Advice On An Issue In Your Life?
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This week... a man feels bad about having kissed another married woman and wants to know if he should contact the husband to ask for forgiveness, or just leave it alone?
"I’ve blown it. I really hope I haven’t destroyed two marriages in the process. I had no intention of anything like this happening. To keep this short, I found myself flirting with a colleague, spent a couple of times alone having some great chats (time alone - big mistake) then one night after some wine we talked about our mutual feelings for each other, which led to us kissing. We knew we had crossed the line and only talked via the internet a couple of other times, until foolishly we decided to see each other again. It was during this time that we decided to stop being so stupid. Unfortunately it was too little too late. The poor choices had been made. My colleague felt that she needed to come clean with her husband so now it’s out in the open. I feel even worse then I did before because now I’ve been forced to face the reality that I’ve hurt so many people, especially our spouses. My colleague and I don’t actually have any further feelings for each other. It was just our insecure egos being fed during moments of weakness. Here’s the question: do I attempt to make contact with her husband to apologise and ask for forgiveness or do I just leave it alone? Would apologizing make it worse or maybe help heal things between her and her husband? (FYI: my wife and I are working our way through this and taking some proactive measures to heal our marriage.)"
Should people stop supporting Todd Bentley’s ministry now that his affair is public or should people still give money towards The Florida Outpouring?Canadian faith healer Todd Bentley, the tattooed/pierced faith healer with Fresh Fire Ministries, has separated from his wife as a result of "new information revealing that Todd Bentley has entered into an unhealthy relationship on an emotional level with a female member of his staff. In light of this new information and in consultation with his leaders and advisors, Todd Bentley has agreed to step down from his position on the Board of Directors and to refrain from all public ministry for a season to receive counsel in his personal life." To give or not to give, that is the question!