The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association of Canada is hosting a new, prayer initiative for Canadian pastors.
Please join us for these free, online events. For each event we’ll be inviting a guest speaker to share on the topic of prayer. You can watch previous events here.
Upcoming Forums and Guest Speakers
Date: November 23, 2022
Dan Lamos – Kings Church
Note: Video coming soon
Dan has served the Church in Atlantic Canada in prayer and pastoral ministry for the past three decades. Most of those years have been invested in the ministry of Kings Church in Quispamsis, New Brunswick. The Holy Spirit moved on Dan’s heart in his early years of youth ministry concerning a revival move of God arising in Canada.
Currently, Dan is responsible for Prayer and Crisis Care Ministry at Kings Church but also has been part of leadership teams for several regional and national prayer gatherings and initiatives over the years. Prayer has consistently been the furnace for Dan’s ministry in Atlantic Canada through Kings Church. He is excited to share their prayer story and how partnering with heaven through prayer is transforming them and their region.
Inspiring a Passion for Prayer
Billy Graham once said that the most important steps in preparing for evangelism are: prayer, prayer, prayer.
We believe prayer for spiritual transformation is critical at this point in Canada’s history—perhaps more than ever.
Still, it seems most pastors we speak with agree: while COVID and unsettling world events have increased interest in prayer, there is still a missing sense of urgency for prayer among congregants.
But the Bible teaches that “the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding” can be ours when we pray—and that “the prayer of a righteous person has great power as it is working” (Philippians 4:7 and James 5:16, ESV).
Our team looks forward to seeing you online! Please email email@example.com if you have any questions.
Let’s make prayer a priority in our churches!
Date: August 24, 2022
Dr. Isaac Gimba – The Assembly of Pastors and Leaders of Canada
Dr. Isaac Gimba is a member of the Executive Leadership Board for Love Ottawa under One Way Ministries and the president of the Assembly of Pastors and Leaders of Canada. He is a business man, former pastor in the U.K. and the founder/director of Meeting Point Ministries. Isaac has a passion for unity in the body of Christ and works tirelessly to bring people from different backgrounds and cultures together for the Kingdom of Christ. He conducts regular prayer meetings with local and global pastors to strengthen and encourage them in their faith, commitment, and ministry.
Date: May 25, 2022
Jacob George – Centre Street Church
Jacob worked in the IT field for 27 years in Kuwait and Dubai before leading the IT Department at Centre Street Church in Calgary, AB over 16 years ago. Now, as Centre Street’s Community Pastor and Prayer Ministry Coordinator, his passion and heart is to see prayer elevated in the church, with people on their knees seeking God’s face in prayer. Jacob believes that when we seek God’s face, He reveals His hand. Jacob’s vision is that Centre Street Church would be a praying church—a House of Prayer for all nations.
Date: April 27, 2022
Chris Puhach – Church Renewal
Chris was radically saved in 1996, and entered full-time ministry in 2000. He served as a pastor for 18 years at Southland Church in Steinbach, Manitoba, a church that saw considerable growth attributed in large part to its commitment to prayer. For the past two years, he has been blessed with the privilege of ministering as the North American Director for Church Renewal, a “discipleship movement to renew and equip the church for Christ’s mission.” Chris’ main hobby is evangelistic ministry in Winnipeg, and in 2020 God whispered to him a new lifetime goal to explore the depths of prayer and the riches of Christ. Chris has been married to his wife Carolynn for 23 years, and they have two children who passionately love Jesus—Ashley and Joshua.
Date: March 30, 2022
David Carson – Intercessors for Canada and Village Church
David has been a pastor and church planter for 42 years in both the UK and Canada. God called David to be an intercessor 25 years ago and subsequently, he has led the ‘More than Gold’ prayer team for the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics, as well as other prayer initiatives. David is currently the Director of Intercessors for Canada and has spoken globally on the topic of prayer. Both David and his wife Beth are active members of Village Church in South Surrey, B.C., where he is the Prayer Coordinator. There, his team seeks to establish a ‘Culture of Prayer’ in every aspect of church life.