Sandy accepted Jesus as her Saviour at Daybreak Point Bible Camp on Anvil Island when she was 12 years old experiencing a vision of Jesus that she has never forgotten. She attended church wherever a neighbourhood kid invited her; therefore, she received exposure to various denominations and came to realize that her relationship with Jesus is the most important factor.
She held a position of Tithing Clerk/Treasurer for a couple of years in one church in Campbell River, BC. She has been a Sunday School teacher, a Pioneer Club leader, and a Young Peoples leader. She attended Y.W.A.M. in 01/88 with her 3 children. She was the March for Jesus Coordinator, 1993 & 1994 in C.R. She organized and led an outreach team back to Campbell River while living in Mission. She also made a prayer drive across Canada to PEI and back, and was a prayer team member on Watchman for the Nations' Train of Tears.
She has 3 awesome adult children and 7 beautiful grandchildren.
John is a retired Civil Engineer and a retired Lawyer having mastered two full carreers. He has lived in the lower mainland for many years. His favorite saying is, "How can anyone say there is no God?" John recognizes God's guidance, working and protection over his life. He loves God and is a wonderful encourager and has helped many.
He, too, has 3 lovely adult children and 7 wonderful grandchildren.
Nick acquired an Accounting Diploma from Kwantlen Polytechnic University, with interests in the following: Business Negotiations, Auditing, Business Statistics and Computing, with Advanced MS Office and Simply Accounting. He has Grade 10 Piano with Honours from the Royal Conservatory of Music. He is presently in vocal training, as he is a countertenor.
In December 2007, Nick received Jesus as his Saviour in a church in Surrey, BC.