“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.”
Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)


"Antioch Skate is a non-profit social skateboard project and youth ministry. We are currently developing a community centre, youth drop-in and an indoor skate park in Warman: Above all, we wish to broadcast hope, light and love into Saskatchewan.
Good news and good vibes."
Visit www.yfcsask.com/antioch for more information.
"Serving Saskatoon's core neighbourhood for over 20 years. ​We meet people where they're at, accept them as they are; and share God's unconditional love."
Visit www.thebridgesaskatoon.com for more information.
"More than just a great summer camp on one of the best lakes in Saskatchewan. We are people that care about inspiring youth to live better lives. We are a second home. We hold the value of relationship as the foundation of why we do things and continue to build on that base to help kids explore who they are and are created to be. First opened in 1982 with summer camps, we now have programming in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. In all seasons we seek to create new and exciting learning experiences, always staying focused on people. We are a Christian camp and believe that God seeks relationship with all people and He challenges people to build a better world. We want to challenge youth to be world changers too!"
Visit www.campkadesh.com for more information.
Mission – “Go ye into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone.” Mark 16:15.
The Christlike Ministries Team believes the Bible to be the infallible Word of God. Our mission is to share the Love of Jesus Christ with whomever we meet.
Vision – To see others come to know the Love of Christ, and to know they are valued, loved and accepted for who they are. That we would reach out with Love to all people, helping to meet not only the spiritual needs, but also emotional and physical needs.
Purpose – To be the Good Samaritan that Jesus spoke about in Luke 10:30-37. To be the hands and feet of Jesus, and to love others as Christ has Loved us. To bring a new-found hope to all who are weary and heavy-laden."
Visit https://www.christlikeministries.ca/
"OUR VISION is to develop passionate, relevant servants of Jesus Christ who are shaped by the entire Scriptures.
OUR MISSION is to develop, through sound Bible teaching, role modelling and practical experience, believers who will demonstrate Christlike character, competence in ministry, and commitment to impacting the world with the Gospel of Jesus Christ."
Visit www.millarcollege.ca for more information.
Our Mission
To help men and women overcome substance addictions to lead full and productive lives.
We Are Christian
We believe that God is the catalyst for change for people with life-controlling drug and alcohol problems.
We Are Committed  To Those In Addiction
We believe that a balance of love, accountability and training are required to prepare the individual for successful re-entry into society.
We Value People
Our clients, donors, staff, volunteers, churches, board members and advisory councils are appreciated and worthy of respect and honour.
We Are Stewards
We are committed to managing wisely all resources entrusted to us, recognizing that we are ultimately accountable to God.
There Is Hope!
Life-controlling addictions can be permanently overcome!"
Visit www.tcsk.ca for more information.
Prairie Hope Women's Centre - "The Prairie Hope Women's Centre operates a 12-month in-residence alcohol and drug addiction rehabilitation program under the ministry of Teen Challenge Canada. Addicts, alcoholics, their families and friends, begin their restoration at Teen Challenge."
Visit www.facebook.com/teenchallengeprairiehopewomenscentre for more information.


"Joel and Amber Cera along with their children, Ian, Eli, and Lia have served as full time missionaries in Juarez with Christlike Ministries. Joel and Amber met in 2006 while Amber was on a mission trip to Cuauhtémoc – Joel’s home town. At the time, Joel was studying at New Tribes Bible Institute in Chihuahua and Amber was in college studying education.
In 2009, soon after graduation, they got married and started their ministry together. Sensing God calling them to Juarez, in Feb 2012 they knocked on the door of our Outreach Center asking if we were looking for a Missionary couple.
We had been praying that God would send a couple of His choosing, to start a church in our building and to Pastor the people of the community on a full-time basis. We built a bedroom in the back, and by July they moved in and began their work. One year later a home was built for them on the same property.
It is Joel and Amber’s desire to reach the lost in their neighborhood. Aside from the huge physical needs in their neighborhood (no running water, poverty, etc.) there is also a great spiritual need. Joel and Amber are working hard to show love in any way possible to the people of the community, all the while teaching them to grow and mature in their walks with Christ. Their weekly ministry includes Sunday and midweek church services, youth group, kids club, Bible studies, prison ministry, and so much more. They appreciate your prayers as God uses them for HIS glory!"
"Tony & Janet have served with NCEM since 1991, beginning in Pelly Crossing, Yukon.  They now serve in Whitehorse, YT. In their life and ministry, they would love to see the following happen: (1) Many people truly understand Christ and His Word in a better, life-changing way; (2) Many, starting with themselves, healing from a hurtful past that is hindering growth and godly influence; (3) A local church (or churches) that is healthy and growing largely because of (1) and (2)." NCEM Our Mandate "NCEM exists to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ among and in partnership with the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada and related people groups."
Our Vision "By faith to establish strong indigenous multiplying churches."
Support Tony & Janet ncem.ca/missionaries/tony-janet-ens

"Marsden & Mandy and their family (Kora, Naiomi & Isaac) serve at Open Arms Bible Fellowship in Nipawin (SK) “Nipawin is a community that reflects the diverse people of Canada,” they say, “and our church, though small, reflects that diversity. We believe that, as Paul described in Ephesians, Christ has reconciled us to God and has also opened the path for us to be reconciled to each other through the finished work of Jesus. The body of Christ, the Church, is meant to be a witness of this truth to the world.”

As part of Christ’s Body, the Giesbrechts desire to be a witness of this truth in their community. “We strive to witness to our community through our lives, through the teaching of God’s Word, Bible study, prayer, discipleship and meeting needs in the community as led by God’s Spirit.” NCEM Mandate "NCEM exists to fulfill the Great Commission of Jesus Christ among and in partnership with the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada and related people groups." Our Vision "By faith to establish strong indigenous multiplying churches." Support Marsden and Mandy ncem.ca/missionaries/marsden-mandy-giesbrecht/
"Wes and Carol work for Avant Ministries in Winnipeg, where Wes is the accountant. Avant Ministries is an interdenominational, multinational missionary sending organization that has focused on planting and developing churches in the unreached areas of the world since the 1890's. Avant defines unreached as places where less than two percent of the population is evangelical Christian. More than 2 billion people still need to hear the gospel! Avant trains, sends and serves missionaries in 50 countries globally."
Support Wes and Carol at avantministries.org