Special Guests

  • Reynold & Kathy Mainse — Co-Hosts on 100 Huntley Street
    Ken & Barbie are back folks! Reyn & Kathy join us to chat about Heaven's Rehearsal. Last year, 16,000 Christians got together at the Air Canada Centre for this mega-event. This year, the most multi-cultural city in the world will converge upon the Rogers Centre on November 1st. Will the organizers follow through with their promise to not have any one person or group get the spotlight? Will they once again not make any big push for donations? Could this indeed be the largest gathering of Christians ever assembled at one event in Canadian history? Will Prime Minister Stephen Harper ever be a fun guy to hang out with?

  • Burl Cain — Warden of Louisiana State Penitentiary in Angola
    Three months after becoming warden at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola, Burl Cain supervised an execution for the first time. Just after midnight, Cain gave the signal and inmate Thomas Ward received a lethal injection, dying six minutes later. Afterward, Cain could not forget what his mother told him when he first became a warden in 1981 - that God would hold him accountable for the prisoner's souls. Cain soon resolved that he would never again let an inmate be executed without hearing the redemptive story of the Bible, initiating a truly miraculous turnaround at one of the most violent maximum security prisons in the nation. Formerly known as America's bloodiest prison, Angola now has the lowest level of violence of any state penitentiary in the country. "The Miracle of Hope" DVD chronicles the personal stories of inmates at the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola who are discovering hope and freedom through faith. The DVD also features the Brooklyn Tabernacle Singers, a core vocal ensemble from the Grammy-winning, 285-member Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir.

  • Kerri Pomarolli
    That's right folks! It's time for our semi-regular visit with our favourite (and only) Hollywood Correspondent!


  • Michelle
    A single woman who was once immersed in the Evangelical Christian scene now finds acceptance in the gay and lesbian community - and rejection from the church.

Talkback, etc.

  • 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 on the Counsel Of Many: A lady wants to know if psychics are evil, especially since one of them helped a friend beat cancer.
    "My friend recently went to a psychic and the psychic told her that she should ask the doctor to check for breast cancer. She did and the tests revealed that she does have breast cancer. Now, because it was caught so early, they were able to stop the cancer from spreading. Pretty amazing when you think about it. I don't really believe in psychics and I've been taught that they are evil and that Christians should avoid them. How can I tell my friend that she shouldn't go to psychics if they can help a person in such incredible ways? I've heard more stories about psychics helping people get well more then I've heard stories about God healing people. I'm confused and don't know what to believe about all of this. Are psychics evil? Should I try going to one?"

  • Should public transit allow posters which read, "There's probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life."?
    Public buses in the UK could soon have these posters. The bold marketing campaign is being paid for by the British Humanist Association and backed by well known atheist author, Professor Richard Dawkins. They had planned to raise $11,000 to be matched by Dawkins but have managed to rake in over $41,000 on their own. Would you have a problem with these posters in your city?

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