Bethesda is committed to spreading the gospel not only in our own context but all around the world. Join us in giving as we spread the message of the Cross to the following areas:

BPC Missions Goal 2014 – $100,000

For detailed info on our missions visit – http://www.paonl.ca/content/missions

 Overseas

David & Ann Rideout // Thailand

Dave and Ann are appointed to South-East Asia to coordinate and implement a ministry in Community Health Evangelism (CHE), as they work to integrate evangelism and discipleship with disease prevention and community based development.

Cavell Rowsell // Thailand

Cavell has been involved in various ministries in Thailand since 1977. She has taught missionary kids, instructed Thai students at English-as-a-Second Language programs, written Sunday school curriculum and trained teachers in its use and worked with administration at Thailand Pentecostal Bible College and Women’s Ministries.

Paul & Paula Bradbury // Senegal

The Bradbury’s have been in Senegal since 2005. Paul is the Computer Technician and a Computer Teacher at Dakar Academy, a K-12 boarding school for missionary children, while Paula is the school’s Office Manager. Their children (Sheila, Allan and Erin) have all graduated from Dakar Academy and returned to Canada.

Peter & Cavelle Dove // South East Asia

Janice Foss // Kenya

At Home

Gary & Roxanne Andrews // Cornerstone (St. John’s, NL)

St. John’s is the largest city in Newfoundland & Labrador with a population of over 192,000 (2010 Census). In addition to being the province’s capital and commercial centre, St. John’s has become the hub of the province’s oil industry. Unfortunately, with financial prosperity to some, comes poverty and desperation to others. Cornerstone is seeking to bring the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people of every financial status who make the inner city of St. John’s their home.

Roy & Marion Randell // Placentia

Placentia, centres a number of communities on the Placentia Bay portion of the Avalon Peninsula with a combined population of close to 10,000 people. This is the only PAONL assembly south of the Trans Canada Highway on the Avalon Peninsula.

Steve & Julia Budgell // Hopedale

The Budgell’s began their first pastorate when they moved to Hopedale, Labrador in 2008. Hopedale is 224 air kilometres north of Goose Bay, with a population of approximately 520 people, largely Inuit.

Derick & Annette Sharron // Torbay

Torbay Family Church, is the latest church plant of the PAONL.

Rita & Melvin Burton // Forteau

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“We talk of the second coming; half the world has never heard of the first.”