I was only a young child when I believed that God was calling me to full time ministry as an adult. With that in mind, after I graduated from high school, I ended up at Peace River Bible Institute, a school in northern Alberta. It was there that Paul and I met. After we graduated, we began dating while Paul was pastoring and I was on staff at PRBI. After marriage, we were both on staff at the Bible
School. I led a women's choir, I led a mixed music group with Paul, and I was an Administrative Assistant.
After that first year of marriage, we joined a missionary internship program which was a music and drama minstry team. We ministered with them
for a year in India, Japan and Canada. After that we went into pastoral ministry where we have served these 33 years. Three of those years were in Japan as we spent time in language school and then pastored an international church (Musashino Chapel Center) in Tokyo.
In 2009 I graduated from Regent College, an International Graduate School of Theology in Vancouver, BC.
We have always worked closely in ministry and I enjoy the lifestyle God has given us during this stage of transitional ministry.
We began this transient lifestyle in 2005 and even though very intense, it is also very rewarding as we see God do some great work in so many of the churches where we have ministered.