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Canadian televangelist David Mainse was the friendly face of 100 Huntley Street - The Globe and Mail

If you crossed a stereotypical Canadian with a fire-and-brimstone preacher, you would get Rev. David Mainse, the genial soul of 100 Huntley Street. As the creator and host of the Christian talk show for more than a quarter century, he would speak ...

Gentle host and pioneer of Canadian televangelism dies at age 81 - Radio Canada International

David Mainse passed away this week at age 81 after a five-year battle with leukemia. He was the Pentacostal minister who brought televangelism Canadian-style to the nation with the daily show “100 Huntley Street”, It is the longest running religious ...

Reflections On My Last Conversation With David Mainse (1936–2017) -

Unless you've lived in Canada, or in certain pockets of the US, you may not be aware of David Mainse. So here's a short bio of a man who influenced so many in his 81 years. David Mainse was the young pastor of a small church in a tiny Canadian town in ...

Died: David Mainse, Canada's Top Trusted Televangelist -

Yet, “no one in Canadian history has anchored and produced as many TV programs as David did,” said Lorna Dueck, a TV host who was mentored by Mainse and now serves as Crossroads's CEO. “No media in the nation has left as unique a legacy of social ...

David Mainse, founder and host of 100 Huntley Street, dies at 81 - Toronto Star

Just after his famous religious daily show launched in 1977, David Mainse would sit in his living room in tears, sifting through hundreds of prayer requests from his viewers across Canada. Seeing him nestled amongst the letters, which lay across the ...

The fixture behind 100 Huntley Street, Canadian televangelist David Mainse dead at 81 - National Post

David Mainse was a Pentecostal pastor in the Ottawa Valley in the early 1960s when he noticed TV aerials popping up on people's roofs. He approached the owner of the TV station in Pembroke, Ont., about a weekly show, a way of entering the homes of ...

'Canada's Pastor' David Mainse Dies at 81 - CBN News

Rev. David Mainse, founder of Crossroads Christian Communications and host of Canada's longest running Christians talk show 100 Huntley Street, has passed away at the age of 81 after fighting a long battle with leukemia. Mainse, also known by many as ...

Televangelist David Mainse, host of '100 Huntley Street', dies at 81 - CTV News

Canadian televangelist David Mainse, who hosted “100 Huntley Street,” has died at age 81. The Burlington, Ont.-based Crossroads Christian Communications Inc., which Mainse founded, said the reverend died after a battle with MDS leukemia. "He was ...

Pioneering televangelist David Mainse, 81, dies -

Pioneering televangelist David Mainse, founder of Burlington-based Crossroads Christian Communications, died Monday at the age of 81. Mainse, who hosted 100 Huntley Street, had MDS leukemia for five years before he died. Mainse pioneered Christian ...

Crossroads founder David Mainse dies -

Rev. David Maine, founder of Burlington-based Crossroads Christian Communications Inc., has died. Mainse, a Canadian televangelist and host of the talk show 100 Huntley Street (1977-2003), died on Monday at 81 after a five-year battle with leukemia.

Crossroads Christian ministry founder David Mainse dead at 81 -

The founder of the Burlington-based Christian ministry Crossroads has died. Rev. David Mainse died today (Sept. 25) just after 10 a.m. at the Juravinski Cancer Centre in Hamilton, after a five-year battle with Myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) leukemia, ...

David Mainse, '100 Huntley Street' founder, dies at 81 -

David used the platform of daily television to model open, respectful conversation on faith among citizens across denominations and faith groups from coast-to-coast. And his cross-Canada tours made broadcast history.” It was a result of Mainse's vision ...

Reverend David Mainse, Founder of Crossroads/100 Huntley Street, dies at 81 - Canada NewsWire (press release)

BURLINGTON, ON, Sept. 25, 2017 /CNW/ - Crossroads Christian Communications Inc. (Crossroads) announces with sadness the death of its founder, the Reverend David Mainse. Rev. Mainse passed away on September 25, 2017 at 81 years old after a ...

100 Huntley Street - United Church Observer

Editor's note: Forty years ago, David Mainse told Observer writer Muriel Duncan that God had given him an idea: a daily Christian television show for Canadians. Mainse was also convinced that God had led him to a building in Toronto where he could make ...

Crossroads Christian Communications Turns 50! - Canada NewsWire (press release)

In 1962 at just 25 years old, David Mainse approached a local TV station manager in Pembroke, Ontario in hopes of getting airtime to launch a new television program called Crossroads. The answer was "yes" and he was given 15 minutes live on Saturday ...

Sons of 100 Huntley Street founder caught up in Ponzi scheme - Globe and Mail

Two sons of 100 Huntley Street founder David Mainse have been named in an Ontario Securities Commission case involving a tangled $15-million (U.S.) Ponzi scheme, but an official for the Christian television talk show says the men were also duped in the ...

David Mainse is a Canadian televangelist and evangelical Christian leader. He is the founder of Crossroads Christian Communications and host of the long-running Christian talk show 100 Huntley Street.

Born 1936
Campbell's Bay, Quebec, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Occupation broadcaster

David Mainse (born 1936) is a Canadian televangelist and evangelical Christian leader. He is the founder of Crossroads Christian Communications and host of the long-running Christian talk show 100 Huntley Street.

David Mainse Speaks About Heaven

In this excerpt from David Mainse's last interview, David speaks about Heaven.

David Mainse Celebration of Life

A celebration of the life of David Mainse was held Saturday September 30th at the Church on the Queensway in Toronto.

David Mainse message for THE CRY

Crossroads founder David Mainse recorded a message for THE CRY event which was held in Kingston July 1st for Canada Day. #Canada150.

A look back! "Crossroads 50th anniversary!" David Mainse with Jim Cantelon 1/2

David reflects on his 50 years in ministry; having a passion for God and a passion for people.

Remembering David Mainse

This memorial special remembers the life and legacy of our founder David Mainse.

David Mainse's Last Recorded Message

Take a listen to what David Mainse has to say in his last recorded message.