Despite the frigid temperatures this week there are many good news stories to share.
Seeking out goodness in a time of darkness
The past couple of years have been difficult for many as we deal with the ongoing pandemic.
And although it can be difficult to seek out the goodness in the world, Alexandra Kuykendall, a popular speaker, writer and national network director for Project 127, reminds us that everything is going to be okay, that God is still at work, even in small ways. She says God is still in control and still offers us good gifts. We just have to know where to look for them.
Christian artists remember Jay Weaver
Since the news of Big Daddy Weave's bass player, Jay Weaver's passing, Christian artists have been sharing their thoughts on the type of man he was.
"I had the great pleasure of getting to know Jay on tour… he was a great light and a true heart for Jesus," says Chris Tomlin on Instagram the day of Weaver's passing. "I loved being around him."
LISTEN: Danny Gokey making most of his 'Bucket List'
Danny Gokey is collaborating with a country artist on a single sure to inspire fans in the new year.
The Christian artist was featured on Mitchell Tenpenny's single 'Bucket List.' While the single was released by the country-pop artist in early 2021, the remixed version was released this past New Year's Eve.
Ontario Trans-Canada twinning construction to begin spring 2022
It’s been 14 years in the making, and after funding negotiations, and promises the construction on a fully-twinned Trans-Canada Highway from Kenora to the Manitoba border is finally beginning and could be completed by 2025.
It was made official at the Ontario/Manitoba on November 19, 2021, by Minister of Transportation, Caroline Mulroney, and Greg Rickford, Minister of Indigenous Affairs, and Minister of Northern Development, Mines, Natural Resources, and Forestry.
Jake Thomas becomes longest-serving Winnipeg Blue Bomber
A Winnipeg football team's re-signing a defensive tackle is making that player the longest-serving player on the team.
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers say they have extended Jake Thomas' contract by one year, making him the longest-serving Winnipeg Blue Bombers player on the team.
Steinbach fishers safe after freezing cold trip
Three young men are safe after Mounties found them freezing in a broken-down truck on Clearwater Lake.
On December 30, two 18-year-olds and a 19-year-old from Steinbach were heading out to ice fish on Clearwater Lake when their truck broke down on the ice. Temperatures dropped to -38C with the windchill that night.
Breaking the stigma surrounding mental health in the church
As we continue to face changes due to the pandemic, many people are suffering from anxiety, fear, and mental health issues. Seidl aims to help those who are struggling and fix the rampant stigma, especially in Christian circles, surrounding mental health challenges by being brutally honest about his own battles with anxiety and OCD.
Jon Seidl hopes that by being brutally honest about his battles with anxiety and OCD, that he can help others who are struggling and fix the rampant stigma surrounding mental health challenges, especially within the church.
Leadership staff enjoying a hot lunch on a chilly day
Lindenwood Retirement Living facility staff warmed up after being brought a hot lunch from Chicken Chef and CHVN.
The staff of eight people was nominated for the Chicken Chef Lunch Break by Bonnie Coble.
Winnipeg shelters working through 'bleak' cold weather together
A ministry is praying for people to not rely on the use of substances to warm themselves from the bitter cold, saying it has devastating consequences.
Martin Chidwick, the development manager at Union Gospel Mission on Princess Street, is worried about people's physical, mental, and spiritual health in the cold.
Bible podcasts take number 1 and 2 spots on charts
There is resounding evidence that people are hungry for the word of God, most recently from the number of Bible podcasts listened to.
Taking the No. 1 spot is The Bible in a Year podcast put on by Catholic priest Mike Schmitz. This is in the U.S. on Apple's podcast charts. It is the second year in a row that this podcast has taken the lead.
WATCH: Letting God silence the storms in life - Fresh IE releases new single
Fresh IE is back with a new single, and it's quickly making an impact on both the music charts and for those who listen to it.
'The Wind And The Waves' dropped at midnight, and by 7 a.m. it was already at No. 11 on the iTunes Christian charts. Fresh says the song was a breakthrough for him and hopes it ministers to others. He says the song "comes from a season that God has brought me to, just learning how to be a son (of God) again."
TobyMac teams up with Sheryl Crow for 'Promised Land' rerelease
TobyMac fans got a surprise collaboration Friday morning.
On Friday, TobyMac released a new version of "Promised Land" with Sheryl Crow accompanying TobyMac's vocals.
WATCH: For King & Country release emotional ode to parents
For King & Country's newest single and music video is a powerful reminder of the influence parents have on their children.
The Christian band is made up of two brothers, Luke and Joel Smallbone. They are also brothers to well-known Christian artist Rebecca St. James. The family was born and raised in Sydney, Australia before they came over to the U.S. to pursue their career in music.