I remember when I began in ministry over 30 years ago, travelling from town to town from Newfoundland to British Columbia. Sometimes I stayed in one place for up to six weeks preaching every night. Today, anywhere I go in our country, I meet people who were saved or healed in one of those early meetings.
Some people are critical about Canada and about the church, but my experience has been that Canadian believers have a heart for God, and Canadians are eager to get the Gospel out.
I stand amazed that God would use me. In fact, it has really nothing to do with me, God simply found me willing. That’s the way it is with all the partners and friends who make the ministry possible; we are willing.
I’m reminded of the old preacher who said “God isn’t looking for golden vessels or silver vessels; He’s only looking for plain, ordinary, yielded vessels.”