meet the speakers
Reverend Jordan Wood is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. He holds a Master of Divinity from Tyndale University in Toronto. Currently, Jordan is pursuing doctoral studies in organizational leadership. Originally from Montreal, Jordan and his wife, Cecilia, along with their two young sons, make their home just north of Toronto, where they pastor a local church.
Jordan has a passion to see youth and young adults experience God’s transforming presence, become equipped by God’s Spirit, and engage in God’s mission.
Dennet Ross is a professional chef. Originally from Nova Scotia, he moved to Quebec in late 2017. He lives with his wife, Gloriana, in Hudson, Quebec and enjoys the calmer country life. He loves drumming, hockey, his cat, wife, and most importantly Jesus, and is always excited to share how even in the hardest of times, God is showing Himself to be faithful and true.
WORKSHOP: When Christians Hurt Christians
Sometimes nothing is more painful or more damaging than the hurt and pain caused by a close friend and fellow believer in Jesus. We will look at both the practical, what does the Bible say to do; as well as the internal, what should the response of our hearts be in the times we are wronged. Here we will look at pain and hurt, anger and gossip, as well as intervention and forgiveness - all of which are important to discuss when Christians hurt Christians.