09.03.2021 - 09.05.2021
Dick + Joan Deweert
... are well-known national spiritual leaders in Canada. They have been involved in the founding of numerous ministries over the past 36 years, which have impacted thousands of people for Christ. Dick and Joan host their TV program "LifeLine Today," which airs several times weekly on the Daystar Canada Network. They are also founders and senior pastors of the Third Day Church in Lethbridge, Alberta.
Through all their years of ministry, the Deweerts' passion has remained the same: to see the glory of God rest upon the nation of Canada, and to see Canada fulfill her God-given destiny as healer to the nations.
Dick and Joan have 2 married children and 5 grandchildren, and reside in Lethbridge, Alberta.
the Founder of the Bill Prankard Evangelistic Association a healing evangelist with a burning vision for revival. In 1972, while pastoring a small Pentecostal Church in Canada, he had a life-changing encounter with the Holy Spirit in a Kathryn Kuhlman service. That experience launched him into international healing and evangelism ministry. Thousands of people have received outstanding physical miracles and spiritual transformations as he crosses denominational lines and carries the full Gospel message, “in demonstration of the Spirit and power.”
Bill and his wife Gwen are parents to four adult married children, twelve grandchildren, and eleven great-grandchildren.
Craig alongside his wife Anne, have pastored the Southside Victory Church for over 25 years. With a heart for true open worship and a relevant prophetic spirit in the church, their desire is for every person to come into all that God has for them. They also travel extensively and have their own Web ministry. Craig and Anne live in Calgary and enjoy their 3 children, Ben, Ian and Jennifer and their grandsons Lex, Asher, and Finley.
Under the mentorship of Bill Prankard, Steven has become a dynamic minister of the Gospel across Canada and in communities throughout the Canadian Arctic. His powerful story of God’s miraculous healing power in his life after suffering the trauma of sexual abuse, along with his Inuit heritage, resonates with the youth of Canada’s Arctic. He spearheads the Arctic Hope Project, which is a Spirit-empowered ministry designed to address the epidemic of youth suicide and social crisis in the Arctic, to bring healing and hope to those who are broken, and to prepare Inuit youth to become effective future leaders.
Steven’s wife Becky is an integral part of the ministry. They live in Ottawa, Ontario, and are parents to five beautiful little girls.