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100 Huntley Street - March 9, 2022
Virginia De Witt
Virginia De Witt attended the Kamloops residential school at 15 years of age. She knew there was something off about the school and resolved in her heart to not let the ill treatment there break her. Having grown up with a foundation of faith, she was able to navigate the harsh realities and mistreatment in the school. Today she shares how to be a bright light of hope and healing for many.
After pastoring in Canada for 22 years, Les and his wife Lois began serving in Ukraine in 1998, supporting church planters, providing buildings for churches and supporting humanitarian ministries of different churches, while teaching at the Korosten Bible College. Les also teaches and serves on the Board of L'viv Theological Seminary. Les and Lois lived in Ukraine for 7 of the 24 years they have served internationally. Since 2015, Les has continued to return to teach at the seminary and serve on the Board.
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