Village of Hope | Lilongwe, Malawi, Africa

Jef and Renatta Walton are the National Director and Village Administrator, respectively, of Village of Hope in Lilongwe, Malawi. VOH operates out of the community of Kauma, a highly dense community of over 50,000 people that has little access to electricity, running water and proper sanitation. Our partnership will assist the Waltons in providing quality education, reliable healthcare, nutritious meals, and Christ centred discipleship to the children and families Village of Hope serves. 


ChildCARE Plus | Bangkok, Thailand

Matthew and Amber Price moved their family to Bangkok in 2016. In addition to their work with ChildCARE Plus (a child sponsorship program), the Prices work with Impact School of Missions, as well as the Thailand Pentecostal Seminary in Bangkok. You can be confident that our partnership with the Price’s is helping to expand God’s Kingdom in South East Asia.


Working for Orphans and Widows | Bwacha, Zambia, Africa

Our ongoing partnership with the village of Bwacha has allowed us to contribute to the construction of a school, a church, and agricultural infrastructure. Our partnership helps to provide home-based medical care to widows and orphans devastated by HIV/AIDS in this community in addition to education and health care to young and expecting mothers.


ChildCARE Plus | Haiti, Latin America & the Carribean

For more than 20 years, Michel and Louise Charbonneau have lived and worked in Haiti. The Charbonneaus started a church specifically for children and youth that averages 1,400 regular attendees, and oversee the Haiti branch of ChildCARE Plus, a child sponsorship program that supports more than 600 children. Their goal is to equip local leaders to take over the church they started and to continue to help point thousands of children to Jesus.


King of Kings Community | Jerusalem, Israel

Wayne and Anne Hilsden founded and serve at King of King Community Jerusalem, a Christian Church. They seek to connect the people of Jerusalem to Jesus Christ by planting congregations, training others for ministry, and by encouraging cooperation and partnership with other Christ-centred communities in Jerusalem.


Restricted Access Nations (RAN)

RAN ministers among people groups for whom access to the gospel is restricted. The global workers we have partnered with provide encouragement, coaching, and leadership to see God’s Kingdom advance in these areas. KSCC partners with two global partner families serving in Restricted Access Nations. Our ongoing partnership enables these families to bring the gospel to some of the most challenging regions in the world.


Emergency Relief and Development Overseas (ERDO)

ERDO is the humanitarian arm of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC) that serves children and their families in more than 30 developing nations. ERDO’s mission is to “do good”, not just for today, but for the long term. Their work focuses on four main areas: child sponsorship, crisis response, food assistance, and community development. Our partnership with ERDO will help them to respond to crisis situations in every way they can.