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Rather, speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in every way into him who is the head, into Christ, from whom the whole body, joined and held together by every joint with which it is equipped, when each part is working properly, makes the body grow so that it builds itself up in love. Ephesians 4: 15-16 (ESV)
There's lots of super awesome people that make up our team. We couldn't do it without all these staff and volunteers (plus the many other volunteers who help us out so often). Thank you all!
Joy Network Manager
Joel was born and raised in Milford, CT, and has worked in various environments, mostly specializing in Christian Education and Worship Arts Ministries. He holds a B.A. Communications from University of Connecticut, Masters degree in Education from American Intercontinental University, a certificate in Worship Ministry from Hillsong International Leadership College. Joel brings experience leading large volunteer teams, developing young leaders and managing staff.
Joel enjoys creating leadership and servant culture as he leads the Joy team. He is also the Co-Host of "The Live Drive Home" and Host of Sunday's new program "Servant-heart Culture w/Hillsong". Click here to listen to the show.
Sales & Outreach Manager
Reed was born in Kamloops, BC and has since lived in more provinces than not. He went to school for Audio Engineering at Columbia Academy in Vancouver, BC. Having received a call from the Lord to move to Fredericton, he then met and married his lovely wife. Along with co-hosting the "Live Drive Home", Reed is a musician, writer, and generally artsy fellow, with a major passion for ministry and loving others. Reed has been with Joy FM since October of 2013, starting as a sales rep and has recently developed into his current role as Sales and Outreach Coordinator. Joy Cares is his primary responsibility.
Programming & Production Manager
Ryan graduated from (formerly) Centre for Arts and Technology. As Production Manager, he oversees all aspects of music, advertisments, and programs related to Joy. Ryan also enjoys mentoring and working with Interns and co-op students whom he gets to train and lead throughout the year. He loves music and beards, is very outgoing, and enjoys rock climbing.
Alison moved back to Fredericton after living in Alberta. She loves to bring goodies for the staff, and her phone is full of pictures of her dog Princess Leia.
The quietest member of
our team, Alison is also the "glue" that holds everything that we do together (though she'd never admit that ;) She is the first person to greet all visitors and callers, handles PSA updates, costumer concerns, records, accounts, and donations. We truly couldn't live with out her!
Scott "The Rocketman" Leighton
The Morning Lift-off Host
Scott grew up on Grand Manan Island. He attended and graduated Bethany Bible College in Sussex, NB.
Scott has been the Joyfm morning show host for 2 years and loves it! (In spite of NOT being a morning person) He also has a passionate love for coffee!!!
Scott is a sports nerd, a secret hip hop artist and is very tall...on the inside.
Production Assistant &
Mid-Day Show Host
Carter graduated from LHHS and has been interning at Joy since August 2014. Carter loves serving at Joyfm and Green Hill Lake Summer Camp.
Family Night Host
Emily is a fourth year Kinesiology student at UNB. She was a competitive figure skater and she loves winter. As a new host - she has a blast with our Family Night Show.
S.T.E.A.K Night Host
Kim McKay-White was born in Fredericton and grew up in the Saint John River Valley Area. Kim is an ordained minister. She has a Bachelor of Theological Studies with a Minor in Pastoral Theology and a Minor in Music and Worship from Faith School of Theology. Kim ministers in song and in spoken word as God opens doors. She views every open door as an opportunity to spread the Gospel. Her favorite Scripture is Jeremiah 29:11.
She is thrilled to be a part of the Joy Network and says it is the first time that her hyper personality and non-stop chatter have actually worked in her favor. Kim and her husband, Travis, live in Nackawic, NB and her greatest joy is her twin sons, Nicholas and Samuel.
The Beat Drop Host
Born in Halifax, NS, One8Tea is a Recording Artist with KMF (Kingdom Music Family), a Gospel Music Association Nominee, and host of The Beat Drop, Atlantic Canada's 1st and only in-house Christian Hiphop radio show. A community trail blazer, One8Tea is very active in helping men and women overcome addictions through various activities throughout the Maritimes and is heavily involved with the Teen Challenge Program of which he is a graduate. One8Tea has released four mixtapes digitally since . Now living in Moncton NB, One8Tea's main mission is to seek out those that are lost and offer hope by sharing his testimony through raw heartfelt music because "Found People Find People". He counts it as a blessing to have led over 1000 people to first time decisions to accept Jesus Christs as their personal Lord and Savior. One8Tea has shared the stage with artists such as 2x grammy nominee Fresh IE, Paul Brandt, Fraser Campbell, Flood The Stone, Neverclaim, Sky Terminal, Newsboys and many more and has been nominated for a 2014 Covenant Award for his album "Uturn". He released his follow-up album, "Out Of Anguish" in April 2015. Click here to listen to his show.
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Press Conference (Historic Day Senior groups speak one voice, call on Government) - July 30
Peoples’ Park Tower, 55, Camden Crescent (Rose Hall) Moncton, NB - July 30th, at 10:30am.
NB Seniors Citizens Federation, Léonard Le Blanc, President, L’Association francophone des aînés du Nouveau-Brunswick, Jean Luc Bélanger, AND Executive Director Coalition for Seniors’ and Nursing Home Residents’ Rights, Cecile Cassista, Executive Director will all attend.
24 hour BioBlitz - July 31 & August 1st
Fundy National Park - From July 31st to August 1st.
Visitors are challenged to record as many species as possible to create a snapshot of the park’s biodiversity. Program and registration info: www.parkscanada.gc.ca.
By Parks Canada.
Free Gospel Concert (Park Re-Opened After 12 Years) - August 2nd
West side of Grand Lake NB at 2341 Route 690 Highway, Princess Park, NB (Former Provincial Park). - August 2nd, at 6:00pm.
August 2nd, 6:00 pm Several local performers lined up & still looking for a few more. Anyone interested in participating in the concert, call; 506-385-2373. Or call the performer coordinator Michael Knoll at 506-259-5383.
By Grand Lake Park-NB.
Yard Sale & Car Wash in support of the Haiti Home Project - August 8
Yard sale - 235 Crocket St - August 8th, from 8:00am-2:00pm.
Car wash - Brookeside Irving (across from McDonald's northside) - August 8th, from 9:00am-12:00pm.
Starlight Run for dialogue - August 14
Downtown Fredericton - August 14th - 10K 8pm, Kids Run 8:30pm &5K run/walk, 9:30pm.
Running in the dark with 300 other runners with provided lights. Proceeds go to Dialogue NB's youth initiatives. Visit www.coursedialoguerun.com for more info/ to register.
By Dialogue NB.
5k/10k home run (Fun run) - August 15
August 15th, at 9:00am.
Proceeds go to the Haiti Home Project. Cost is $35/runner. Registration on the event page at : www.events.runningroom.com. For info contact Jennifer Donovan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsored by The Running Room, Fredericton's Health Source and The Joy Cares Mission.
Blueberry Supper - August 15
The Bunkerville School, 170 Sunpoke Road, Rusagonis - August 15th, from 4-6:00pm.
Menu: A Variety of homecooked food and of course blueberry desserts with tea/coffee. Cost: $12.00 for adults.
Sponsored by the Rushagornish-Waasis Heritage Society.
Professional Lumberjack Competition - August 16
August 16th, from 12:00pm-5:00pm.
Admission: $5 Each/$15 per family. (To comp. & museum). Final Registration, Wood draw, & Preliminary Axe throw: 9-11:00am. BBQ 11-2:00pm. Welcome & Opening from 11:45am-12:00pm. Lots of different competitions, & supper for $10 in support of CNBA's 2016 Grad class. For more info or to register call : (506) 369-7214 or email email@example.com.
By the Central NB Woodman's Museum.
Family Day in celebration of Acadian Day - August 16
Evangel Assembly, 705 Maple Street - August 16th, at 1:30pm.
Activities for children, Acadian desserts & music from Reachout Worship of Edmunston. All are welcome! For more info, phone pastor Carolle at 472-4367.
7th Annual “Cruzin’ for Christ” - August 22
Meet at Tim Hortons Mall parking lot Woodstock - August 22nd, Registration at 8:30am - Ride will leave at 9:00am.
Funds go to the purchase of a motorcycle for Foreign Mission Teams for work rides. Open to all bikers. Rain date is the following Saturday. For more info call Anthony and Shawna Hanscom (506) 375-8396 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Cruzin for Christ Website : cruzinforchrist.ca.
By the Upper River Valley Motorcycles for Missions.
Networking and Learning Opportunity - August 26
732 Charlotte St.,Arts Centre - August 26th, from 3:00-5:00pm
Networking opportunities for people working in the cultural and creative sectors in our community.
By Culture Connect Fredericton.
Spanish Service - Every Sunday, 4pm
Church of the Nazarene, Brookside Drive
Email Pastor Annabella at email@example.com for more info
French Bible Studies - Sunday nights, 6:30
Evangel Assembly, 705 Maple Street
French study with the theme: Our New Identity in Christ.
Morning Service, and the evening service. - Current, Until September
Devon Park Baptist Church - Morning service at 10:30am. Evening service will still be held at 6:00pm.
By Devon Park Baptist Church.
Healing Service - 3rd Saturday of each month, 7pm
St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 1039 Regent Street
Anyone who has physical or emotional pain that would like comfort, come share in heartfelt service.
Fredericton Folk Song Circle - 1st Saturday of each month, 7pm
St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 1039 Regent Street
Bring an instrument or just come and listen to an evening of folk music. Refreshements served.
DVD Series "You'll Get Through This- Hope and Help in Turbulent Times"
Skyline Acres Baptist Church
20 Minute DVD sessions(6 weeks) by Max Lucado will offer you hope when you are down!
"Adopt a Pet Month" - All of July
Celebrating adoptions & their stories as well as highlighting pets that currently need their forever home. Proceeds go towards the animals that go through the "Doors of Hope". Buy a t-shirt and show your support!
By Fredericton SPCA.
Cornerstone Worship Centre Free Thursday Morning Kids Program - July 9 to August 27
350 Rte. 10 Highway Richibucto Rd. Fredericton - July 9th to August 27th, from to 9:00am-12:00pm.
Ages 3-10. Parents are welcome to stay. To register call (506)-453-9464 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
By Cornerstone Worship Centre
5th Annual Hannah's Tea Place - Learn about the Loyalist history - All of July and August, 1:00-4:00pm. (MON.TUES.THURS.FRI.)
Share a glass of iced tea & a locally baked snickerdoodle cookie for $1.00 with characters Hannah & her Dad Benjamin Ingraham. Admission for the Fredericton Region Museum is $5 for adults, $2 for students, $10 for families, and free for children ages 6 and under; includes access to Hannah's Tea Place as well as to all of the Museum's exhibits.
By the Fredericton Region Museum.
Camp for the disabled - All summer
Easter Seals New Brunswick, 65 Brunswick St, Fredericton - All summer.
Camps from 5-12 as well as 7-25 years old. The focus is on ability rather than disability. Call Julia Latham at Easter Seals New Brunswick to register or for more info at (506)-458-8739 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
By Camp Rotary.
Fredericton Homeless Shelter Awareness/Donations Announcement
Homelessness exists during any season. The FR shelter runs 23 hrs/day so that they are able to help those in need. They are looking for anyone willing to help out in any way possible. To donate or for more info call; (506)-462-9806 or go to the website www.theshelters.ca.
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JoyFM seeks to honour God by attesting to the love of God for all people, and by working to build and promote the community's faith in Jesus Christ. JoyFM exists to serve the community.
There is one true living God who is worthy of all honor, praise and worship as the Creator and Sustainer of all things.
Jesus Christ is the Son of God. By His death and resurrection, He is the world's Redeemer and Savior of all who believe.
The Holy Spirit is sent with gifts to the church to empower believers as well as to be a companion, guide, and teacher.
The Bible is the Word of God. It has its authority from God and was given by divine inspiration. It is the only standard for a believer's faith and practice.
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