“I remember feeling incredible joy” said Mission Alive church planter Kevin Vance as he walked the streets of North Central Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. “It was like a physical burden. I need to be here. I need to walk these streets. I need to be with these people. I need to love on them.” This is how Kevin described the spiritual burden he carries for the residents of North Central Regina,
“Canada’s worst neighborhood” according to McLean magazine in 2007.
At Mission Alive’s Celebration Dinner in February Kevin testified that he had a “kind of God-pressure, a calling on his life” to minister among the poor and forgotten in the provincial capital of Saskatchewan. Watch Kevin’s video testimony about how God called him from being the president of Western Christian High School and College to inner city church planter.
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2 thoughts on “A Church Planter’s Story”
I am thankful for Kevin’s dedication and leadership in loving deeply the First Nations People of Canada and serving them with great focus and dedication. People are coming to know the way of God in Christ Jesus. Thanks, Kevin.
I praise the Lord God for your encouraging and prayers.Please continue pray for the church in kisii Kenya & the orphanage.