Mission Canada Workers
at Humber College, Toronto
"Many Questions. Few Answers." That statement describes my inner struggle when I first felt God's call on my life to impact college and university students in our nation. What was I to do with this burning conviction that God had placed in my heart for young Canadians in their post-secondary years? If I stepped out in obedience to this call, who would come alongside me? Could I even attempt to do it alone?
The answer to these questions came in a conversation that I had with George Werner of Mission Canada. George explained the brand new PAOC missionary initiative that would empower me to garner the support of churches and individuals who were also passionate about reaching post-secondary students in Canada. After hearing this, I felt as if God had answered my prayer, and I humbly agreed to become the first Mission Canada missionary.
In October 2008, The Embassy at Humber was born–a real and relevant campus church that serves over 25,000 full-time students at Humber College in Toronto. In only a few years of ministry, our faith community has more than tripled in size and it continues to grow. God is doing something incredible on this campus and we must thank you, our PAOC family, for your prayers and your support. None of this could have happened without God, and without you.
Trevor and Becky Gingerich
are Mission Canada Workers at Humber College, Toronto.