Cheryl Nembhard

Co-Host, Segment Contributor “Love Decoded”

Speaker, author, and Social Justice advocate Cheryl, will share her passion in exploring and tackling Social Justice Issues in Today's Society and the Role of Christians beyond the Church.
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Joanna la Fleur

Co-Host, Segment Contributor “Good Word”

Speaker, podcaster, and communications consultant, Joanna will share biblical teachings relevant in today’s times, as we discuss topics that challenge and encourage us.
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Brooke Nicholls

Co-Host, Segment Contributor “Song + Story”

Brooke Nicholls is a Worship Leader and Songwriter from Toronto, Canada, where she serves as a Staff Worship Leader at a multi-site Church called Sanctus. When she’s not at her home Church, she’s leading worship at different Churches and Ministries across Canada and beyond. Brooke has been named the Female…
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Jo Saxton

Segment Contributor “Ready to Rise”

Host Melinda sits down with Author, Leadership Coach & Speaker, Jo Saxton every month to tackle real-life issues—from harassment and sexism to self-doubt and loneliness—that can discourage and derail women from leading in the areas God has called them to. With insights from her own journey and powerful biblical examples, Jo offers practical advice to empower and equip women to transform their communities.
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Addison Bevere

Segment Contributor “Becoming More Than Christians”

Author & Speaker Addison Bevere helps us discover who God created us to be and awaken to the life we were meant to know. Using Scripture and stories from his own experience, Addison Bevere makes a compelling case that the life you desire is found in the mystery of this sacred identity, of being a SAINT.
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Angie Peters

Segment Contributor “Bystanders, No More!”

Poverty is not a statistic, it’s a human experience. When we say that we can’t end poverty we are saying that there is nothing that we can do to help women, children, immigrants and minorities experience justice. One person can’t end poverty, but together we can! The Good News is, we can stop being a BYSTANDER and we can choose to do ONE THING that is a part of the solution! Angie will guide us each month toward a practical solution that we ALL can participate in to end poverty!
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Frances Kim

Segment Contributor “Identity, Cultural Agility and Mentorship”

Poverty is not a statistic, it’s a human experience. When we say that we can’t end poverty we are saying that there is nothing that we can do to help women, children, immigrants and minorities experience justice. One person can’t end poverty, but together we can! The Good News is, we can stop being a BYSTANDER and we can choose to do ONE THING that is a part of the solution! Angie will guide us each month toward a practical solution that we ALL can participate in to end poverty!
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