Born and raised by Christian parents in Midland, Ontario, Lois attended the Alliance church all her life. Following high school she studied at Canadian Bible College, then took nursing and midwifery. Lois first went to Viet Nam with the Alliance in September 1974 but the country fell to communists in 1975. She was moved to Thailand for a short period and arrived in Irian Jaya (now West Papua) in January 1976, where she still serves to this day.
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With a past of immigrating to Canada, being raised in a devout Catholic rural family, working as a registered nurse, and becoming the single Mom of 3 kids, she became a Christian at the age of 35. Life changed dramatically as God healed and rebuilt her broken world. At Tillsonburg Alliance she grew to love the missionaries and their work. In Nov.2008 at the age of 59, she moved to Papua, Indonesia, to assist Lois Belsey.
Michel & Denise Dube
Michel and Denise met while Denise was interning at Kingston Alliance church. Denise had accepted Christ early in her life and Michel was in the army and just a baby Christian. Once Michel saw the light, he was out of the army and into Bible College. Michel and Denise had ministered in Quebec for eight years before they left in the summer of 2007 for Guinea, West Africa.
Rich and Elisa Brown
Both Rich and Lisa accepted the Lord as Savior at an early age. Lisa is the daughter of missionaries, Jack and Jean Shannon. Rich and Lisa were open to the Lord’s leading in their lives and accepted his call to missionary service. The Browns went to Peru as missionaries in 1995. Their home was in Trujillo, a peaceful city of 600,000. They are now in Ecuador and are serving Latin American youth as consultants. Their vision is to reach the 300 million youth in Latin America with Christ’s love. They do this by evangelism and discipleship, training leaders, connecting people and compassion ministries.
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Gary & Sharon Howell
Danny & Vera Kuranji
Bill & Ilana Lobbezoo
Bill and Ilana are international workers in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. They have focused considerable energy on ministries to teenagers and young adults, whether it be on the national level through leadership among the National Youth Committee or on a more local level. They are now involved in more international efforts to make an impact in the college and university student community in the city. This has seen the establishment of a new small dorm ministry for Christian students who have come to the city from provincial areas to study.