Missions

– Here are some of the missionaries that we support here at WECC. Please remember to pray for them! –

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Roly & Cristina Grenier

Until recently, Roly and Cristina served with WEC (Worldwide Evangelization for Christ) International in Equatorial Guinea. They are now serving with WEC in Ghana, Africa. Their mission is to network with local Churches in Africa, equipping them in the recruitment, training and sending of cross-cultural missionaries all across the continent.

Journey Canada

Journey Canada is a community-based, Christ-centred discipleship ministry that exists to help people find hope and live life through experiencing Jesus in their relationships, sexuality and identity. Journey Canada partners with churches to offer safe places for spiritual care and experiential discipleship. The staff, volunteers and partners work together to see people living healthy, hope-filled lives in their relationships, families and communities.
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Kevin & Adelle Huska

Kevin is currently the Power to Change-Students Winnipeg Team Leader. He is helping to oversee students at the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg. They are trusting God to help them launch a ministry at Red RiverCollege in the fall of 2014.
Adelle came to know Jesus when she was five years old. She got involved as a student at the University of Manitoba. After graduating, she joined staff to help reach students for Christ.
Kevin came to know Jesus Christ through Rob Baron and some friends at Daniel McIntyre Collegiate Institute in 1991. God used Rob’s influence along with his involvement with Power to Change (then called Campus Crusade for Christ) to give him a passion to share his faith. Kevin joined staff after graduating from the University of Manitoba.
Together, Adelle and Kevin have served in Saskatchewan and Manitoba as well as several countries around the world where they have taken students on mission projects.
They have 3 boys: Isaiah, Mark and Ezra.

Yesupadam & Monika

Yesupadam and Monika Paidipamula and their two children Bethany and Benjamin live in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh, South East India. Yesupadam founded Love-n-Care Ministries in 1990 in India, and they now have branches in the US, Canada, Germany, and Madagascar.
Here’s a small sample of what Love-n-Care does in India:
Church Planting (350 Churches in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Chattisgarh), Discipleship Training Centers (2 DTCs-Bible Schools for men and women, trained over 2,000 church planters), Bethany Children Homes (helped over 4,000 children), Bethany Public Schools (Nursery to Grade 10), Bethany School of Nursing and Midwifery (3.5-year program), Disabled Vocational Training Center (in computers, printing press, tailoring/sewing), Bethany Christian Hospital (25 beds).
In Germany:
-Since 2009, giving out 100 hotdogs every Saturday at Bremen train station and sharing the gospel one-on-one with drug-addicts, homeless, alcoholics, etc.
-Since 2010, providing a hot meal every Thursday night at Jesus House in Bremen for these same people, and sharing the gospel.
-Since 2014, providing a home for these people in a 5-acre property donated to Love-n-Care Ministries.
In Madagascar:
Planting churches, started an orphanage and 2 schools, feeding the street people, feeding the school children 2 meals a day
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Matt & Cheryl Peters

Matthew and Cheryl are launching an exciting new ministry called Adventurous Leadership, aimed at discipling and equipping young leaders in preparation for their entry into various ministry opportunities in Winnipeg and beyond.

Teko & Gabrielle Bailey

Teko and Gabrielle Bailey are serving with youth with a mission international. Currently they are at the largest training base worldwide taking the time to serve, learn, train and be mentored for their return to Jamaica.
Teko is part of a team that serves in the Innovision Studio, one of the main communication departments which focuses on creating web-based media, app design, visit videos for missionaries and website design for those who need methods to communicate what they’re doing in the world. He is also the director of Diversity, an initiative focused on bringing unity in the midst of cultural barriers through events and cultural based discussions.
Gabrielle serves in the Gateway department overseeing the applications and interviews of over 100 people who come to serve the campus for three months at a time. She is also completing her final year of B. Sc. Studies online with Regent University in psychology and hopes to pioneer a missions/pastoral care initiative to impact missionaries on the field.
Together they continue to focus on outreach initiatives specifically to West Africa and India. Feel free to contact them at eltko2@gmail.com.
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Rachel Touchette

Rachel is serving as a translator with Power to Change-Students (Pouvoir de Changer Étudiants) in Montréal reaching out to university students throughout the province of Québec with a focus on evangelism and discipleship. Her desire is to see the Québécois people find freedom and hope in Christ. Reaching postsecondary students with the gospel is a strategic way of impacting the society as these students are the leaders and influencers of the next generation. Rachel’s main role is translating evangelistic and discipleship material into French for the ministry, but she also enjoys partaking in outreach events on various university campuses.

Dave & Lynn Kehler

Dave & Lynn Kehler serve at Calvary Chapel, Steinbach for half the year, and they spend the other half of the year in Rwanda, travelling the country and working in pastoral equipping ministry with ADEPR Church, a denomination of about 2 million Rwandese people.
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