Why We Exist

We believe in the dignity of the human being; that everyone is made in the image of God to become the best they were created to be (Gen 1:27, Eph 4:13).


As a local church, we are “feeding Canada to feed the world” in a spiritual sense. We do this by teaching biblical principles that transcend cultures so that people can bring the best of who they are to the table and successfully engage secular life.


We are building a strong Christian fellowship that will impact our nation and others beyond our national borders through biblical literacy, and economic empowerment.


Our vision is that godly nations will rise in our lifetime.

“Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people.” (Proverbs 14:34)
There is an increase in the embrace of the gospel by the global south, while at the same time, the global north becomes increasingly post-Christian. Godly nations are rising, and we believe God has given the diaspora from these nations a strategic bridging role.


Our mission, in the context of Jesus’ mission to seek and to save the lost, is to Feed Canada to Feed the World spiritually.

“…repentance for the forgiveness of sins will be preached in his name to all nations, beginning at Jerusalem.” (Luke 24:47)
Canada has an aspiration to be a multicultural society that thrives on the strengths of the ethnicities that form us. Our Christian views on dominion align deeply with this aspiration. By discipling people in our church with the whole gospel that speaks to the whole person, we create citizens who are net-positive contributors to society. Thus, Canada will become godly and rise. As our role in addressing peoples’ fundamental needs becomes clearer, this nation of immigrants will better model harmonious living – like we will have in heaven. And immigrants have firsthand experience and connections with the nations we come from. So, we can export our model of discipleship that results in harmonious living, without some of the negative connotations of colonialism.


Luke 14:28-30 Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? For if you lay the foundation and are not able to finish it, everyone who sees it will ridicule you, saying, ‘This person began to build and wasn’t able to finish.’

We will feed the Canadian church by doing the following three things:
  • Know Jesus: Promote biblical literacy undergirded by continuous prayer. Our children must know the promises God gives us in the Bible, and what it takes for us to access them.
  • Love Jesus: We show our love for Jesus through the depth of the love we share with those around us. We bring who we are and what we have to a table of mutual acceptance, and cultural liberty that benefits everyone.
  • Share Jesus: We freely share the gospel of Jesus Christ while engaging secular life. Rather than emphasizing the worldly things we can’t do, we use secular segments of God’s creation to bring Him glory and give our values expression in the world.

When biblically literate people engage secular life, God’s reign is extended in society, and we all benefit. We have an opportunity to share Jesus’ gospel of salvation: People need inner healing, they are open to spiritual solutions, and we have a spiritual solution that has stood the test of centuries with proven effectiveness.

We will build resources sustainably by doing the following three things:
  • Own property for long term growth. A place of worship dedicated to God’s glory is important as a home base from which our continuing labor of love launches.  It anchors the faith community.
  • The economic mainstream is our core target. Increasingly they are disengaged from church, are hurting, and are often children of our own members.  Our faith has solutions we must share more effectively with them. When such people meet God and understand how their economic activity can glorify Him, they will give of their increase to see His kingdom grow.
  • We will have targeted financial investments. We will only invest in activities that line up directly with this vision. In feeding the Canadian church, it’s about Jesus transforming every area of peoples’ inner life by His Word. In global capacity, it’s about the saving power of Jesus empowering people to reduce spiritual and material poverty.

Our Bible teaches us to be good stewards of resources we’re blessed with, which can change nations.

We will develop global capacity built on the following approach: 
  • We are going to have a world class digital presence. This is a low-cost way of engaging people across the globe with top quality content. It allows the transfer of organizational and other skills that equip people to transmit the gospel more effectively.
  • We will support church communities in Canada or overseas as referred to us by members of our local church.  They have deep personal knowledge of the receiving communities which will enhance the credibility of the work we do there.
  • Our ministry model will be to replicate what we’re doing here: Feed Canada to Feed the World. We want to replicate giving communities who create tangible value for peoples’ inner lives which results in successful secular engagement, and then they become feeding sources for other communities.