Katy Nichole receives RIAA Platinum certification for 'In Jesus Name (God of Possible) '

Singer-songwriter Katy Nichole has hit another milestone in her career.

'In Jesus Name (God of Possible),' a song that started as a journal entry and then a viral post on social media, is now RIAA Certified Platinum.

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Warmth in every stitch: RCMP gifted with quilts for victims of crime

Swan River RCMP received a special donation last week. 

After sharing with the community, the importance of providing comfort to victims of crime, the local community in Swan River stepped up in a big way.

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Hundreds baptized in university's fountain after worship event

Often known as a party school, Florida State University (FSU) was recently filled with thousands of students singing praises to God on their lawn. 

The free worship event called 'Unite FSU' took place on Thursday, February 15. The next day one of the speakers, Jennie Allen shared what happened shortly after the event on her Instagram. 

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ShareWord Global's work in Cuba continues, learn more at upcoming banquet

ShareWord Global, previously known as The Gideons International in Canada, is seeing amazing success in its work to share the gospel in Cuba. It’s a relatively recent opportunity for the organization, having the chance to place scriptures in the country. 

"A few years ago, the Cuban government opened up for ShareWord," explained local member Randy Falk. "It's one of a handful of organizations to pass out scriptures, or scripture-based magazines, to the homes in Cuba. Being a Communist country, we are just so excited, and want to take full opportunity of the window that's available to us, while that's there, to let the Gospel be shared."

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'This prayer fueled a move of God': The amazing growth of a local youth ministry

Getting into ministry was never the goal for Connor Gerbrandt, who has been leading the youth group for the last few years at Anchor Point Church at 1400 Pembina Highway. 

"I remember my wife and I had had a conversation where she had recognized some of the gifts of ministry in me, which I hadn't yet. She said, 'Just so you know Connor, you're not allowed to ever become a pastor.'"

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Faith-based film shot in Winnipeg, starring Hilary Swank, hits theatres this Friday

A faith-based movie shot in Winnipeg is just days away from premiering on the big screen. 

Originally slated to debut in the fall, Ordinary Angels, starring two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank and “Reacher” star Alan Ritchson, will hit theatres on Friday. 

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Former Winnipegger's (amazing) art now on display at WAG-Qaumajuq

Right now and running until April 28, the Winnipeg Art Gallery-Qaumajuq is presenting a marvellous retrospective exhibition of the work of American-born Canadian artist Tim Gardner called Tim Gardner: The Full Story.

Working primarily in watercolors, oils and pastels, Tim Gardner draws inspiration from various sources; nature, urban scenery, the mundaneness of everyday life, masculinity and the idea of being alone in vast spaces. These are just some of the subject matter that Gardner takes creative energy from.

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Olympian Scott Hamilton leaning on God, sees 3rd brain tumour shrink

Gold-medal Olympic figure skater Scott Hamilton is sharing a powerful miracle story after being diagnosed with a third brain tumour. 

Hamilton has had a long journey with cancer, dating back to his first diagnosis of testicular cancer in 1997. Hamilton underwent surgery and chemotherapy to beat this initial diagnosis. Then in 2004, Hamilton was diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. It would be the first of many as he was diagnosed with another brain tumour in 2006 and again in 2016.

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'You will receive your healing.': Brooke Nicholls opens up about chronic pain

A Canadian Christian singer-songwriter has opened up about her experience with chronic pain in hopes of helping others.

On Thursday, Brooke Nicholls took to social media to write a letter to those suffering in silence.

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