Rev. Roy Trepanier
Executive Director of Ezra Canada
God began putting a burden on Roy’s heart for the Jewish people and the land of Israel in 2007. God showed him, through Scripture and various articles and authors that the “Western” church had lost its Hebraic roots and was missing out on numerous blessings promised in the Word of God for all who love, support and pray for His Chosen people. He began a Scriptural journey for the next eighteen months trying to understand what God was trying to teach him. God was so gracious and patient as he worked his way through the many Scriptures of both the old and new Testaments and slowly began to realize that the “Judeo” part of his Judeo Christianity was missing, and that he rarely heard a message about Israel in the church he was attending.
Come Join us at Mohawk Pentecostal Church to learn about the Awesome changes taking place in the name of God.
The musical stylings of Rhonda Spurrell will be included with your meal.
Rhonda Lee Spurrell was born in the United States and presently resides in Canada. She is an honor graduate of the Bachelor of Arts program with Trinity Seminary majoring in the Biblical Counseling program.
Since 1985, Rhonda has been in full time musical evangelism. She has written over 100 songs, many of which have been published by various publishers and recorded by various artists in Canada and the United States such as Henry and Hazel Slaughter, The Hoppers and many others. Rhonda has recorded three albums and travels extensively throughout Canada and the United States. She has received numerous awards for vocal talent and ministry within Ontario and Quebec. Rhonda is a regular guest on the popular Canadian television show “100 Huntley St.” and has made an appearance on the PTL Club, Cornerstone Television Network, Sky Angel as well as other programs throughout Canada and the United States. She counts it a privilege to have worked with such artists as Bill and Gloria Gaither, also with The Gaither Vocal Band, The Courier’s, The Talley’s, The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, The Hopper’s, Russ Taff, Michael English, Henry and Hazel Slaughter and many, many others.