Canadian pastors experience Operation Christmas Child in Senegal

October 12, 2016 • Africa
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Several Canadian pastors traveled with Operation Christmas Child to Senegal to help distribute gift-filled shoeboxes, and see the impact of our voluntary The Greatest Journey Bible study program for children and families that receive shoeboxes.

Pastor David Vandervelde from Ebenezer Reformed Church in Stoney Creek, Ontario shares about the power of the partnerships between the churches in Canada and the churches in Senegal:

Victoria, BC Alliance Church Pastor Kyla Ward speaks about the passion that the people in Senegal have to make Jesus known through the Operation Christmas Child program:

Pastor Shannon Lachance from Northside Foursquare Church in Coquitlam, BC, shares how God spoke to her in Senegal:

Pastor Danny Jones from Sunshine Hills Church in Delta, BC talks about the great opportunity that Operation Christmas Child and The Greatest Journey have in a community, and the part that Canadian churches can play in that relationship:

Pastor Stephen Schneider from Grace Christian Fellowship in Creston, BC speaks about the impact that the local church has on the lives of the families of the kids who receive shoeboxes:

Campbell River (BC) Baptist Church’s Jeff Germo shares about the eternal impact that shoeboxes and The Greatest Journey follow-up discipleship program have on children around the world:

Christian comedian Leland Klassen from Abbotsford, BC, also went to Senegal to see the impact Operation Christmas Child is having around the world: