“Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.”
A little about the missionaries we support through our church ⬇️
Our Vision: Partner with the local church to equip and mentor young
people in the Bible to raise up a generation of Christ followers who will
reproduce themselves to transform a community!
Our Mission: To give every man, woman, and child multiple opportunities to hear, see, and respond to the Gospel.
Ministry Highlights of 2021: Recently, Moses was miraculously given a
motorcycle as a gift so that he can move around easily to carry out the Lord’s work. A colleague said he has a “dangerous anointing” and we are anxious to see how God will open doors for preaching, teaching, and discipleship. Moses continues to speak on the radio, on a program he has called “At the Well.” Karen has been plugging away at editing Roots to Fruits curriculum. We believe that if this curriculum is used well by the private schools in Uganda, this new material can transform the education system. It’s been a hard year in ministry, and many missionary friends have left the field, but God is still at work here in Gulu.
Ryan loves to workout and run (hurray for the trails along the Rideau Canal and Ottawa River). Books are his kryptonite. In the summer he can be found camping or canoeing alongside his wife, Mickeelie. Ryan considers himself an “outgoing contemplative.” Most of all Ryan is a stumbling-forward apprentice of Jesus.
Ryan’s vocational background include serving in the areas of youth work and pastoral care at a local churches and working in part-time chaplaincy at Queen’s University. Ryan’s educational background involves a Master of Divinity from Tyndale Seminary, certificate studies a Calvin Seminary, and undergraduate studies in theology and pastoral ministry. His ordination credentialing will be finished early 2023.
Ryan is available during office hours or by appointment throughout the week to talk about faith, Scripture, questions, doubts, and the day-to-day struggles of university life. He aims to create a space of openness and careful listening. Ryan has wrestled with his own spiritual and mental wellness at times and wants to journey with you. He works to make Ottawa Campus Chaplaincy a space of hospitality and apprenticeship to Jesus for Ottawa area students.