Special Guests

  • David Wilcox — International Recording Artist
    "Usually, we just put a fairly generic blurb here about our guests. However, for David Wilcox, I wanted to add my personal thoughts. I first saw David about 8 years ago at The Basement in Sydney Australia. It was the first time I can remember actually being mesmerized by a performer. I couldn’t decide whether it was his ingenious chord structures, his mellifluous vocal stylings or his captivating story telling which won me over. Whatever it was, I was absolutely gob-smacked at the end of the night. I guarantee that if you have an ear for the some of the finest guitar arrangements, and your soul is thirsty, you will quickly fall in love with this incredibly creative & intuitive human being." - Drew

  • Chuck Ealey — CFL All Star, MVP & Rookie of The Year
    He led an undefeated team through high school and an undefeated team through college, but no NFL team would even give this black quarterback a chance. So he went to Canada and won a Grey Cup for Hamilton. On Tuesday, January 13th, a documentary on Chuck’s incredible life entitled, UNDEFEATED: The Chuck Ealey Story, will be shown at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and tickets are $20.00. Call 905-306-6000 for tickets. Proceeds go to The Chuck Ealey Foundation in Support of Mississauga Youth Development.

  • Carl Medearis — Author of Muslims, Christians & Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building Relationships
    Carl Medearis is the founder and president of International Initiatives, which promotes cultural, educational, and commercial exchanges between the East and West. His work reflects twenty-five years of firsthand experience working and living with Muslims. As an advisor on Arab affairs, Carl travels with members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives, as well as international business executives, on trips to the Middle East, helping them understand Arab culture and language and facilitating face-to-face meetings that break down prejudice and stereotypes. Carl is also one of the official hosts to the Arab delegation at the annual National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., at the invitation of a bilateral committee of members of the U.S. Congress who seek to discuss issues of peace and reconciliation based on shared beliefs in God and the historical teachings of Jesus of Nazareth.


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 a clear answer for her husband who is confused about how someone gets to Heaven.

    "My husband thinks that no one really knows how to get to Heaven. He has heard different people give different answers and is just really confused. Some of our Christian friends think you have to be baptized before you can get to Heaven, others say that you have to speak in tongues, and others say that you need to know the exact time and date when you asked Jesus into your heart. We also have other friends who think that unless you’re like a serial killer, that everyone’s getting into Heaven. Can someone please clear this up for him? I’ve tried but I’m hoping that someone else can be clearer than I’ve been. I get flustered trying to explain this stuff."

  • How do you feel about putting Christian symbols on company logos or advertising?
    Isn’t that like using Jesus to get business or do you think that it’s just an evangelism tool and you’re just waiting and hoping that someday, someone will ask you what that fish symbol actually means?