One of Canada’s leading native evangelical speakers. Allan is also the father of Corey O’Soup, Child Advocate for Saskatchewan. Hear how a supernatural experience turned Allan’s former life of alcoholism, violence and heartache into the life of purpose and fulfillment he lives today.
From Regina, SK and although a COO (Chief Operating Officer) he has come from humble beginnings. He has learned that sometimes we must be broken to realize our need for God and how He then can remake us into something He can use for His glory. Here how a life surrendered to God is the recipe for success!
Currently from Moose Jaw SK and grew up in a loving but broken family and left home at an early age to a life of
addictions, crime and gang life as an outlaw biker. Hear how a life without hope was drawn to the love of Christ and given a new start!
ROB & FRAN PARKER are the founding directors of the National House of Prayer (NHOP) in Ottawa, Canada where they host, teach and train intercessors from across the nation. They are passionate to see Christians from across Canada linked together in prayer, calling on God to awaken the church to its corporate responsibility, influencing Canada with the gospel message!
This is a testimony by Rob, to testify how prayer can, has and is influencing our governments and nation. Rob’s journey is one of inspiring faith and obedience that will encourage, challenge and equip you.
Don Minard learned about drugs, alcohol and gangs at an early age growing up on skid row in Edmonton Alberta. By 16 he was an alcoholic, having to drink until he passed out or ran out. He started hanging out around motorcycle clubs and became involved in major drug dealings and associated crimes, later to become a well known drug dealer in Fort McMurray Alberta, a lifestyle lasting over 20 years. Hear how a tough but hopeless drug addict heard how Jesus loved him and had a plan for his life and how He gave him a hope and a future. Today Don and his wife Cathy are involved in a Christian biker ministry, taking the same message of hope that changed their lives where ever they go.