MEET THE TEAM
Tony Clark has been married to Lisa Clark since 2001 and they have 3 school aged children. After a visit to Rwanda in 2016, God burdened his heart to partner with Dave and Lynn in the ongoing work of healing and reconciliation in Rwanda and edifying and training the church leaders throughout the nation. He is a Senior High Teacher in Manitoba. He has attended Calvary Chapel since 2000 and is active in church leadership as an Elder as well as art and worship ministries. Tony has a strong prophetic gift. He is most passionate about being at home with his family.
Gene is currently working toward a business degree while being involved in finance and bookkeeping in a number of organizations. He has been involved heavily in charity work, having been on staff at a Bible College in Alberta for 10 years, most recently as Vice President. He has served on several charity boards, and enjoys helping to bring life to kingdom-focused vision. He and his wife, Marla, have also been involved in numerous missions adventures throughout the years and love being a part of what God is doing around the world. They currently reside in Otterburne, Manitoba with their five young children.
Corinne has been an active part of Calvary Chapel since 2004. She has been involved as a leader in several ministries and is gifted in leading worship and administration. She was in one of the first groups of women to be trained in Lynn’s peer mentorship program. Seeing God plant the seed for Dave and Lynn’s mission in Rwanda reignited a desire to be sent out on missions herself. She visited Rwanda with her daughter and a team from Calvary Chapel in 2015. Having experienced the healing and freedom that comes through discipleship and walking in relationship and integrity, she is excited to be a part of this life changing ministry. Corinne has been married to Sheldon since 1999. They have 2 children and live in Steinbach where she works as a financial administrator.
Dave has been married to Lynn (Campbell) since 1974 and has 2 children and 3 grandchildren. He spent most of his adult years in business and left that to join the Pastoral staff at Calvary Chapel in 2003 and is retiring from that position in Oct. 2017. He is passionate about God's Word, about the Church, and about relationships. He loves to empower others into their purposes for the Lord. In his off time you might find him fishing with his good friend or going for walks and bike rides around Steinbach.