A correspondent Inside Edition and CBS News, Megan Alexander aims to help others thrive in their secular careers while staying true to their beliefs.
The Clemons dive into Kim Davis Thornhill's music career and how following your passion and dreams can lead you to your sweet spot.
Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker, Henoc Muamba, shares with Pinball and Diane his life in academics and becoming a leader in the community.
This week on 'The Sweet Spot' with Diane and Michael "Pinball" Clemons, Henoc Muamba shares his spiritual journey from a Congolese immigrant to pro-athlete.
It was back in the summer when we last saw Orlando Bowen. It's taken a bit, but he's finally back to share his testimony with Mike and Diane as promised!
Aerialist and motivational speaker Jen Bricker continues her testimony with Mike and Diane on The Sweet Spot with an unexpected turn only explained by God.
Joining Mike and Diane in the studio this week is author, aerialist, and motivational speaker, Jen Bricker. Born without legs, one would think Jen would be destined for a life of hardship.
Last week, Mike and Diane had chef and celebrity nutritionist, Christine Avanti, share her testimony and talk about faithfulness. As promised, Christine is back to talk about balancing your body and spirit. Her best-selling books, Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food and Skinny Chicks Don’t Eat...
Taking the journey from brokenness to faithfulness, chef and nutritionist, Christine Avanti, joins Mike and Diane in The Sweet Spot. Christine has written best-selling books like Skinny Chicks Eat Real Food and Skinny Chicks Don't Eat Salad, but her real life lesson was learning how to...
This week, Michael and Diane sit down for a discussion intended to continue well beyond the show. They explore two Top 10 lists designed to help you and your partner face the hardships and stresses of marriages. Keep in mind these are not to confirm what's "wrong" with your marriage...
1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 says, "Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God." Those words are key to finding The Sweet Spot on this week's episode. As Michael and Diane look forward to Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend, they remind us to...
Joining Pinball and Diane is IT specialist and pastor, Adrian Camaroschi. who shares the powerful testimony that today can be your beginning.
On this episode of The Sweet Spot, Mo's story takes a drastic turn, and then another, as she navigates university and graduates to ministry.
In the first of a two part podcast, soccer star Mo Isom shares her riveting story of elite athletics, unexpected adversity, and search for self.
These keys to fitness ultimately conclude with rest in Christ and will have you living healthy physically and spiritually.
Kim Thomas is back to finish her incredible story from last week, explaining how she needed to rebuild her body after the car accident.
A beautiful girl and a tragic accident. Hear how Kim Thomas used faith to bring her through and why the pain gave her a new purpose in life.
Mike and Diane share the story of how they met and the challenges they faced and overcame.
On this podcast, Orlando Bowen shares his personal testimony with Michael and Diane. His path includes graduating with multiple degrees and being a professional football player, but his idea of excellence is serving others.
Who can be considered the matriarch of The Sweet Spot? None other than Pinball's mom, Ann Bryant!
A testament of cheerful giving, Sandra Gerges' story starts in church with thanksgiving to God and continues in education, using her talents to teach her own kids, high school youth, and help the underserved around the world
After a little singing and dancing, Michael and Diane dive into happiness and discuss what makes people happy. More importantly, they look at what the Bible says about being happy and how we can apply that to our every day life.
Scripture is food for the soul and today Michael and Diane explore some of their favourite Bible verses, including John 14:1-3.
Understanding that all families are unique, Michael and Diane discuss honouring and respecting one another to always be there through good times and bad.
Tania Meikle of Kingdom House Christian Centre joins Michael and Diane on the show today to discuss the importance of faith and the power of touching somebody with it.
Steve and Georgie Kearns have been chaplains in professional sports for two decades, indeed acting as spiritual coaches for athletes and their families. Hear the story of how they began and where they are now as they join Michael and Diane Clemons on The Sweet Spot podcast.
Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Chad Owens' real passion shines through when speaking about his 21 year relationship with his wife Rena. Both of them join Michael and Diane to share what it means to find your "Sweet Spot" through faith and determination.
This week, Michael and Diane are discussing relationships. Loving your spouse or significant other, but at the same time understanding how to like them. Understanding what love really is and that love is a commitment not a feeling.
Shelley Austin returns for a touching and emotional podcast with Diane and Michael Clemons. As a mother of three and wife of Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach Kent Austin, Shelley talks about finding her own identity why that's important to The Sweet Spot in life.
Growing up isn't exclusive to childhood, it's apart of every season of our lives. Shelley Austin, a mother of three and wife of Hamilton Tiger-Cats head coach Kent Austin, joins Michael and Diane to share her story and why growing up is essential to finding The Sweet Spot.