After the shocking and exhilarating events of the first Easter weekend, there was a moment in time between the powerful life and ministry the disciples had experienced with Jesus and the start of the new movement that would see those disciples proclaim the Good News of Jesus Christ throughout the world. The new world the disciples had expected to see at the coming of their Messiah, had not appeared. The Roman oppressors were not vanquished and their long promised King was not ruling over a renewed kingdom of Israel as they had expected. Instead they seemed to have been left all alone, Jesus having vanished into heaven before their eyes.

Life could never go back to the way it was before Jesus, but they had no idea what this new kingdom, that Jesus had often spoken of, would look like.

As we proceed into 2021, it may seem that our world and our place in it, is not the same as the one we knew before 2020. Unsettling as that may be, we can take courage as we remember the position the first disciples faced two thousand years ago. Most importantly, we can be sure the same power that raised Jesus Christ from the dead is still at work in us and in our world just as promised by Jesus in Acts 1:8. In light of this hope, we invite you to join us as we ponder and plan for "what's next".

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8 ESV

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The work of Outreach Canada Ministries is possible only because of the many individuals, churches and ministries who partner with us. You can be part of mobilizing the Body of Christ to make disciples in Canada and around the world.



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Jesus Cares Canada
The focus of Jesus Cares Canada is to introduce Canadian young people to Jesus Christ through life changing conversations where they "live" and then provide discipleship resources and connect them with a local church.
RE-VIEW, a joint effort facilitated by MORE Network, and MissionPREP. An online interactive transition program for cross-cultural workers & families.

Serving Leaders. Discipling Nations.

“As a team of Canadian missionaries, we help churches and individual Christians understand our times, our culture, and our context so they can adapt to the changing needs of society while staying true to their commitment to God.”

-Craig Kraft.
Executive Director  


Jesus Christ called people to leave behind empty words and practices, deny themselves and follow His example of love and sacrifice in faith depending on the grace and mercy of God to transform motives, thoughts and actions.

We believe that Jesus is still calling and transforming lives. Join us in spreading this good news and learning how to be fully committed followers of Jesus Christ.

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Our Ministries

Outreach Canada is made up of many different ministries working together with the goal of making disciples of Jesus Christ. The OC Team includes 83 Team Members , plus an additional 23 international associates working together in over 100 partnerships with other ministries. We are Stronger Together!



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