We partner with people who make a difference, both in Québec and around the world. When you give at Evangel, YOU help to make meaningful change!

  • Hector and Ruth Aragon - Guatemala

    The Aragons work with pastors, school staff and 250 children of the ChildCARE Plus Program. They promote grade school and technical education among the program’s 17 church-based schools, benefitting almost 3,500 young lives. They cooperate with the Assemblies of God in supporting local initiatives through Canadian short-term teams, printed materials and other resources. They also aid in evangelism & follow-up, basic medical/dental care and building/maintenance for CCP-sponsored schools and families.

  • Michel & Louise Charbonneau - Haiti

    After having worked in Ivory Coast for nine years, the Charbonneaus felt called to Haiti in 1996. They began a church for children and youth in Port-au-Prince. They have about 1,500 who attend. They are also involved in the ChildCARE Plus Program. They are the missionaries who started the Haiti Ministries, a Christian organization that has been working in Haiti since 1996. Their goal is to bring the youth of Haiti into a relationship with God. They lead a local church, prison ministry, feeding program, clinic and child sponsoring program in Haiti. The need in this country is great, as people are living with the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, tropical storms, cholera and post-election violence.

  • Joy Johnston - Uganda & Northern Québec

    Unleashing Africa’s missions potential! Joy works to equip and mobilize East African workers for cross-cultural and international missions. She serves the function of program director at Missions Transformation Center, a ministry arm of Pentecostal Assemblies of God Uganda, located just north of Kampala. Her role includes program development, coordination of training modules, and teaching. She also participates in missions conferences and missions training in various regions of Uganda. Joy remains Canadian-based while she completes PhD studies directly related to her work on the field. She looks forward to shifting her base to Uganda within the next year or two.

  • Frank Juelich - India

    Frank has been in Nagpur, India for more than 38 years and he oversees a home for boys, a home for girls and two schools. The president of the society is Yohan A. Raut, a young man who grew up in the Nagpur home. The director and chief executive of the home and schools is Bapu Desai - another former resident of the Nagpur home. A total of 1,000 children come under his care, through ChildCARE Plus.

  • Paul & Joanna Lasante - Ukraine

    After pastoring in Montréal, Paul and Joanna moved to Ukraine in 2008. They support the Pentecostal church in Ukraine through leadership and pastoral training at the L'viv Theological Seminary. LTS has become one of the most influential Bible schools in the country, employing more than 40 part-time teachers in 15 training centers throughout Ukraine and Russia, developing the ministries of more than 600 people every year. Paul works as student pastor, teaches several courses, and helps graduates get started in ministry. Joanna is involved with the seminary’s charity department in children’s ministry.  Paul and Joanna presently live in L'viv with their two boys, Alex and Dima.

  • Restricted Access Nations - RAN

    As a church, we fund a couple that is working in a nation where it is imperative that their identity is protected for fear of their lives. Over 2 billion people live in countries where there is limited or no access to missionary work. There are many different religious groups: Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Atheists and Communists. With different languages and minority groups, the gospel of Jesus Christ has never been heard in many of these languages and cultures.

  • Helen MacMinn - Kenya

    Helen MacMinn has had varied roles in PAOC Missions in Kenya since 1974. While presently serving passionately in the ministry of leadership training at Pan Africa Christian University (PACU) she also fills the role of PAOC Kenya Team Leader. At PACU she directs a diploma extension training program called Transformational Church Leadership (TCL). This past year more than 2,000 students registered for courses in the program which is delivered in more than 100 off-campus centers in Kenya and beyond. Most TCL teachers are graduates of PACU Bible and Theology program. Also, many TCL students, after graduation, go on to complete degree level studies in Bible and theology or enrol in other programs at PACU. Helen praises God for testimonies of transformation of life, service and leadership as well as mobilization into effective ministry as TCL students are equipped to fulfill the Great Commission in Kenya and beyond.

  • Don & Marie-José Mann - South Africa

    Don and Marie-José are founders of two ministries - Revitalizing the Church (RTC) and Chitenge Creations. RTC is intentional about coming alongside the established church and emerging leaders world-wide to revive, renew and restore the relevance of the Acts 2 church. Chitenge Creations is a micro-enterprise sewing project that provides African women with sustainable business opportunities. As Canada-based global ​workers, Don and Marie-José spend at least six months of the year in Africa. The rest of the year, they travel across Canada, and other parts of the world, speaking at seminars, conferences, camps and churches.

  • Pierre & Marielle Paradis - South Africa

    Pierre and Marielle act as Directors of Program at MET (Missions, Exposure and Training). The program has been running for many years and is aimed to equip African nationals to become missionaries and mobilizers of missions. Their desire is to see Africa become a missions-sending continent; sending missionaries within their own borders, across the continent and to the uttermost part of the world. They will receive students from both English and French countries within Africa. You can join them in the task of raising African missionaries.

  • Deborah Sirjoosingh - Northern Kenya

    Deborah is called to serve Jesus in North West Kenya among the Turkana people in the Loima location. Her vision is, in partnership with the Turkana PAG church, to continue to reach the unreached communities in the Loima Hills with the Gospel, plant churches, disciple new believers and facilitate dialogue for healthy partnership between CITAM Nairobi and Turkana County PAG church. This will enable Kenyans to mentor each other.