A Listening Ear:

Bringing a biblical perspective to people who are facing the challenges of ministry, marriage, transition, and hurtful experiences. Confidential and safe hearing for those in ministry.

Conferences and Seminars:

Biblically relevant and prayerful teaching that facilitates renewal among God’s people. Seminars include the following:

  • Increasing Your Ministry Impact” – This seminar is ideal for people in church leadership and details the importance and means of a powerful prayer based ministry.
  • Refresh” – A day long seminar focused on bringing spiritual refreshment. Subjects such as faith, repentance and abiding in Christ are taught in an atmosphere of worship and prayer.
  • Living Through Bad Days” – Helps people deal with the spiritual dynamics involved in times of suffering. Drawing from the example of Jesus we learn seven key responses to difficult days.
  • Facing Your Fear Factor” – Biblical models and principles of facing and overcoming common fears are explored and applied.

Refresh Retreats:


A time for ministry couples to rest, reflect and recharge so they can continue to serve effectively. The focus of these retreats is spiritual renewal through teaching on personal soul care and living well through tough days of ministry. Prayer times, fellowship, great food, and relaxation are also key elements of the retreat.



Missionary debriefing for returning missionaries:

Missionaries often return home facing huge adjustments and having emotional bags to unpack. We provide a safe and understanding listening ear to help with the transitions.


Hosting pastoral couples in our home for the purpose of encouragement.

Pulpit supply:

Serving churches in the Peace Country with biblical and relevant messages. Providing a needed break for pastors in the pressures of ministry.

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Please Pray for Refresh Ministries
“You also joining in helping us through your prayers, so that thanks may be given by many persons on our behalf for the favour bestowed on us through the prayers of many”
2 Corinthians 1:11