Guillermo & Mary-Ann reddekopp & family 


duane & dawn Bakken and family

Learning and Serving in Asia-Pacific

Duane and Dawn Bakken are from Clearwater BC and, with their four amazing teenage kids, are serving with Ethnos Canada (formerly known as NTM) in Asia Pacific. They provide on-the-ground support to 12 teams of tribal church planters who are establishing churches in language groups where the Gospel was not known before. Their primary roles are: operating in-town housing for tribal medivacs, daily radio check-in with each location, helping church-planters with challenging projects in tribal locations, any anything else that teams need to keep moving forward in the essential and formidable work of firmly establishing disciples where Christ is not yet known.

Tony & Janet Ens

Toney and Janet Ens are originally from southern Manitoba. They have lived in the north for over 25 years serving with Northern Canada Evangelical Mission, most of that time in Whitehorse, Yukon....their present home. In 2017, Tony and Janet took on a new role with NCEM as Member Care Coordinators. Tony does weekly prison ministry and they are providing some leadership in a local church plant. Tony and Janet also do some work for the Salvation Army. They have four adult sons.

SHANNON AND DAnielle hurley

 Serving with

sos ministries in uganda


Sufficiency of Scripture (SOS) Ministries is a faith-based organization, dramatically impacting the precious people of Uganda through sound Bibical teaching and training in God's Word, and through sacrificially demonstrating Christ's love. Founded by missionary and preacher Shannon Hurley in 2002, SOS is headquartered in Uganda's impoverished Luweero District, operating out of Kubamitwe village, The SOS Board of Directors, senior leadership and staff are composed almost entirely of Uganda nationals.

house of hopehaiti

The House of Hope Haiti is a Christian ministry working in Haiti.  The ministry is dedicated to spreading the love of Jesus by providing food, shelter, clothing, and both Christian and secular education to the children of Haiti.


Currently, the House of Hope cares for about 70 orphaned or abandoned children, living in two children’s homes. We operate a

K-13 grade school and contribute to the expenses of three more schools. In addition, we are working with our Haitian partners to develop ways for them to become self-sufficient economically, through vocational and agricultural projects.