Welcome to Teen Missions in Canada!
History & Ministries
Originally located in Windsor, Ontario, Teen Missions in Canada is now located in Outlook, Saskatchewan. It exists primarily to process Canadian support for staff and team members and promote Teen Missions. When the office work is minimal the staff do extensive promotion of Teen Missions and our ministry with AIDS orphans at mission conferences, churches, schools and other places. In addition to the office, the Lord has blessed Teen Missions in Canada with a camp, Camp Outlook, “The Little Camp on the Prairie”, which will be used as a conference center among other things.
The Land & People
Canada, the northern neighbor to the United States, often brings to mind hockey, maple syrup, vast wilderness and Tim Horton’s Coffee. In landmass, Canada is the second largest country in the world. It also has the longest coastline, with borders along the Atlantic, Pacific, and Arctic Oceans. Canada has a population of over 33 million people living in the ten provinces and three territories. Over 80% of its people live in the large urban centers. Canada has the world’s highest rate of immigration with large, unevangelized cultural groups growing in the cities. English and French are the two official languages. Canada’s capital is Ottawa.
- What’s new with the MTC’S February 28, 2011 We arrived in the Hamlet of Kingman, out in the middle of nowhere. We were met by Jolene Bowick, 96FTM and 2001-02 MTA, She was very glad to see the team and we haven't got the smile off her face yet. The team met their host families and went with them to their houses. Wednesday the team started the day with a Bible study with the Salem Lutheran Church. The team did a shortened presentation and then we particitpated in th ...
- The Missionaries to Canada have arrived! October 3, 2010 It has been at least five years since we have been able to run the Missionaries to America program. The Lord opened the door and visas have been granted from Canada for the team to be here for one year. We are hoping that they will be able to come down to the States at sometime during the year. The team arrived on the 9th of September. There are four guys and five girls from Indonesia and Korea. Canada is a ...
- News from the North May 12, 2010 "Flyers have gone out to all the kids at Outlook Elementry School on Friday. We are praying that there will be registrations coming in for the summer camps soon."