The man behind the microphone is a God-follower, husband, dad, and lover of life, whose faithful journey is an inspiration for anyone looking to follow their passions and find their Sweet Spot.
On this episode, you'll hear all about our recent trip to Africa and the positive changes we are seeing in those communities, as well as some strategies to create positive goals for the New Year.
God has given us the tools to set ourselves up for success, but a lot of us choose not to utilize them. Learn how to walk in that wisdom.
Pastor Tania Meikle returns as special co-host to explore what it means for women to be comfortable in their own skin.
Pastor Tania Meikle returns to co-host The Sweet Spot and discuss family and motherhood, encouraging you to navigate life's valleys with God at the center.
The great Carvin Winans is back in The Sweet Spot to continue his testimony and share some great Biblical advice about dealing with conflict.
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, Carvin Winans of gospel music's beloved Winans family opens up about his family and his personal path to music.
Author and Life Coach, Rob Faw, returns to The Sweet Spot with a fascinating historical narrative of our shared connections as one family under God.
This week we're finding The Sweet Spot with Master Life Coach, Rob Faw, who shares his advice on youth, family, sports, and leadership.
Explore the inspiring impact that one person can have on the hope and future of the world around them when Dr. Charles Mully returns to The Sweet Spot!
With a film based on his life coming out in October, Dr. Charles Mully has a true rags-to-riches story.
Tackle some of Bible's biggest question marks and gain some new perspective as RZIM Canada's Logan Gates returns to The Sweet Spot!
Logan Gates, an Itinerant Speaker with RZIM Canada, introduces us to Christian Apologetics and helps us explore some of life's great existential questions.
Can citizens and police officers coexist and create positive change? It's a timely and open conversation that will help us all find that Sweet Spot.
A true leader in the Toronto community, Chief Mark Saunders' journey to becoming a police officer goes hand-in-hand with his testimony as a Christian.
God made us in His image of love, so love should have no expectations. Nicole Waldron of Pinball Clemons Foundation is here to help us find that Sweet Spot.
"Don't stop, get it, get it!" with The Sweet Spot as Dr. Renee Sunday returns to help you find your calling, trust in it, and walk God's chosen path!
As an anesthesiologist, Dr. Renee Sunday helps others overcome their physical pain, but her spiritual journey will help you find your Sweet Spot.
On this episode of the Sweet Spot, we're focusing in on the value of sports, mentorship, and how both can be utilized with the Bible for a good Christian life.
Inspired by a recent blog by Rachel-Claire Cockrell, learn how to better understand sin on this episode of The Sweet Spot.
Michael Thiessen returns to The Sweet Spot to dive deeper into the topic of marriage and help you find 'the one' without trying many.
Michael Thiessen, the Senior Pastor of Grace Baptist Church, shares godly and practical principles that will help you find The Sweet Spot in your marriage.
Is it possible that over the centuries the church has altered the message of Christ? Bruxy Cavey is back to talk to those embarrassed by Christians.
The Meeting House's Bruxy Cavey answers some rapid fire questions, shares his favorite Scripture and other Jesusy thoughts for seekers, saints, and sinners.
Our devices simplify our lives and connect us like never before, but they can also pull us away from the important things.
With a fresh new look, Mike and Diane welcome their friend, Christopher Morgan, to talk about learning from your life experiences.
Diane and Michael "Pinball" Clemons explore the qualities we should strive for in life and the others to avoid.
Diane and Michael "Pinball" Clemons dive into the topic of being content and offer some motivational tips to help you in your everyday life.
Megan Alexander aims to help others thrive by showcasing how hard work pays off in life and faith.
A correspondent Inside Edition and CBS News, Megan Alexander aims to help others thrive in their secular careers while staying true to their beliefs.