Touching the frozen chosen

Paul and Shirley Illderton are originally from the United Kingdom but now, on behalf of Wild Goose ministries, are reaching native americans in Canada with the Good News of Jesus Christ...

 

Touching the frozen chosen Last updated: 08-07-2011


Paul and Shirley Illderton are originally from the United Kingdom but now, on behalf of Wild Goose ministries, are reaching native americans in Canada with the Good News of Jesus Christ.

Paul and Shirley have two children called Michal and Hanna and live in Lake Anahim in British Columbia which they use as a base for their ministry. Paul also volunteers as an ambulance man.

Lake Anahim is located 320 km (200 miles) west of Williams Lake on the Bella Coola Highway (Highway 20)

They visit native americans living on the reservations in British Columbia bringing to them the message of hope to found in Christ and seeking to meet their deepest needs.


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