Hospitality Program Catalyst (National Team)
Hospitality Program Catalyst
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– pray for you;
– be your hands and feet to reach the nations through international students;
– keeping you updated about my ministry and what God has been doing.
Friends for Dinner Leadership:
Friends for Dinner, a friendship and hospitality program, connects international students to Christian homes at Christmas, Easter, and Thanksgiving. The goal is to build friendships through Christian hospitality and create opportunities to share the gospel with international students. The program, active in several Canadian and American cities, is expanding to Europe and Australia.
My role as a program leader is to equip local coordinators to run Friends for Dinner in their city, and support the expansion of the program in Canada and beyond.
Local Ministry (Montreal):
I also coordinate the Friends for Dinner Montreal campaign. My mission is to mobilize and equip families and individuals across the city to share love with international students through a meal during the holiday seasons.
National Ministry (Communications):
In addition to my role as a Hospitality Program Catalyst, I also support ISMC with various communication tasks, including: