We support and partner with a number of local, provincial, national and international organizations including:

Nicola Valley Food Bank

Nicola Valley Shelter and Support Society

Kids Rock Bible Camp

BC Adult and Teen Challenge

PAOC International Missions

ERDO – Emergency Relief and Development Organization

You can give a designated donation to missions and all funds are distributed to one of our partners.

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International missionaries we partner with

Frank Juelich

Location: India

Ministry Focus: Frank has been in Nagpur since 1972. He oversees two homes, one for boys and one for girls and two schools. The chief executive of the homes is Mr. Yohan A. Raut, a young man who grew up in the Nagpur home. The director of the homes and schools is Mr. Bapu Desai another young man who grew up in the Nagpur home. A total of 1,000 children come under his care through Child-CARE Plus.

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Nelson and Lisa Monteiro

Location: João Pessoa, Brazil/ Victoria, BC, Canada

Ministry Focus: One27 is a local church based institute that works to bring holistic transformation to children and families in needy communities. The Institute also equips young Christian university students and professionals with a Christian worldview to impact society and to be God’s agents of transformation through their vocations.

Nelson is also the facilitator of The Disciple Nations Alliance (DNA) Brazil. DNA is a global network of evangelical churches and organizations. It exists to help the church rise to her full potential as God’s principal agent in restoring, healing and blessing broken nations. This purpose is accomplished by equipping God’s people in local churches to be agents of transformation in society.

Ministry History: Nelson was sent to Canada in 1989 as a missionary/church-planter to the Portuguese-speaking people. In 1994 he completed a Master of Divinity degree from Regent College.

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Peter and Cavelle Dove

Location: Southeast Asia

Peter Dove was recently appointed as the regional director for Southeast Asia (SEA). Peter and his wife, Cavelle, have served in Asia since 2002, and have three sons: Matthew, Benjamin and Charles. They founded Imagine Thailand, a ministry that links university students to marginalized communities in Thailand. In 2012 they relocated to Yangon, where Cavelle co-founded the Yangon Bakehouse, a social enterprise bringing jobs and economic empowerment to women in Myanmar, while Peter leads the DeBoer Fellowship for mid-level leaders.

Peter and Cavelle were instrumental in quarterbacking the PAOC response to the 2004 tsunami that devastated Southern Thailand. Passionate about developing young leaders, they have been an integral part of SEA Region’s growth by actively recruiting other workers to join the SEA team.

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Jeremy and Christine Feser

Location: Kenya, Africa

Ministry Focus: Rift Valley Academy has a long and rich history of serving missionaries across East Africa for more than 100 years. It is a boarding school run by missionaries for missionaries, providing a high quality western education to nearly 500 students each year.

Jeremy’s primary responsibility is as the Food Services Manager, managing a staff of thirty national workers who cook nearly 1000 meals a day for the boarding students. Christine is overseeing the travel and immigration for all of the students as well as the 120+ missionaries. Additionally, they get to pour in to the lives of the students through Sunday School classes, small groups, class sponsorship, teaching (Jeremy is the super Science sub and Christine is involved in a variety of ways in the elementary classrooms), mentoring students one on one, providing dorm cover, and so on and so forth!

The vast majority of the students who attend RVA are Missionary Kids, and the existence of the school allows those families to remain on the field when many others return to their home countries as their children reach high school age. There are also children of foreign expats scattered across Africa who attend the school, plus a significant percentage of Kenyan students. RVA may not look like traditional missions, but it enables hundreds of families as they spread the Good News to those who don’t yet know Jesus.

Jeremy and Christine have four children, Jacob, Natasha, Paul, and Benjamin who all have the privilege of attending Rift Valley Academy.

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