The good news of Jesus Christ, and the real-life change He brings was meant to stay confined to the four walls of a church. We recognize that, and so we financially and prayerfully support a number of missionaries, church plants, and organizations around the world that are seek to see God's kingdom come here on earth.
Steve is new to radio, but was previously involved in church ministry for 11 years as a student ministry pastor in Central Ontario and, most recently, in Ajax. He now makes up half of the Get-up & Go Show. Steve found Jesus thanks to an invite from baseball teammates and felt a call from God to pursue ministry after high school, though it ended up taking him a few years to make that leap. When he finds a quiet moment on his own he loves to read, zip out on his motorbike and hang out with his wife Jenny and four kids.
More for Haiti
Peter and Marie-Josée Oram are a part of subduing the culture in Haiti with the Light of Christ. They work with children and youth, helping them to better understand the Bible, and instill the hope of Christ in them. Their long term goal is to create a trades center to help Haitians, create employment opportunities, form enterprises and invest in the economy
Èglise Èvangélique de Vaudreuil-Soulanges
Pastor Claude and Sylie Javier have pastored have pioneered this church in Vaudreuil-Soulanges for a number of years and have watched the church grow from 5 attendees to over 100! They continue to see people come to know Christ, and bring them into the kingdom of God.
Jeanette is serving with Villages of Hope – Africa (VOHA), a ministry which provides care to over 5,500 orphaned and vulnerable children in 5 sub-Sahara African countries: Burundi, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Its mission is to bring lasting hope to orphans and vulnerable children so they embrace adulthood as contributing members of society. VOHA provides holistic care (intellectual, physical, emotional, social and spiritual) through community-based education, healthcare, feeding programs, youth empowerment programs and spiritual discipleship. Children’s homes are also provided for orphans who have no safe place to live.