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100 Huntley Street - September 15, 2022
It all began in our small church in Montana that really taught missions,” say Tom & Donna Cnossen. “Our pastor would take couples up to Prairie Bible Institute’s missions conferences, and it was there that we heard about NCEM.” With their three young children, the Cnossens spent the summer of 1986, and the following summer, in the remote northern Manitoba village of Red Sucker Lake. “Our family loved those experiences,” they remember. After graduating from Millar College of the Bible in 1988, there was still some missionary training, raising their support, and immigrating to Canada. By the spring of 1989 they were on their way to Kuujjuarapik, Quebec. The Lord uses His people working together, and the Cnossens have especially seen that at Maskwacis. They aren’t all full-time Christian workers – at least they don’t start out that way – but they are people who God has called to serve. Over the years their team has included: a retired pastor and his wife from Georgia, a policeman and his family from Calgary, a mechanic’s family from a local Dutch community, a local farm family, Korean believers from Edmonton, a Nigerian engineer, and a Cree Band councilor … all working together to establish the church at Maskwacis.“Only God can do something like that,” say Tom & Donna. “We count it a privilege to serve in such an interesting and fulfilling calling. We thank God for this and have seen Him change many lives for His glory!” http://ncem.ca/missionaries/tom-donna-cnossen/
Graeme Illman, Executive Director of Ratanak International, has a passion for overseas ministry that was birthed at a young age. Cambodia has taken a unique place in his heart because of the beauty and graciousness of a people who have suffered so much historically. He continues to be drawn to Ratanak’s willingness to step into dark places with a humble confidence that God is still on the move. http://ratanak.org
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