Daniel and Christy Hilson

Daniel and Christy Hilson

 

1982 - 1998 with OC International
1999 - Present with MGF
 
Place of Ministry: Richmond & Surrey B.C., Canada  
     
Agency: Missionary Gospel Fellowship  
     
Position: Cross Cultural Homeland Missionary  
     
Personal Information: Birthdays Daniel 5/12, Christy 3/29
Ben 12/21, Nithya 5/16
     
  Wedding Anniversary October 4, 1985
     
Home Church: First Fundamental Bible Church
Monterey Park, CA
 
     
Correspondence: 14254-70-Ave.  
  Surrey, B.C. V3W 0P4  
  CANADA  
     
Website: http://www.mgfhq.org/  


















 

Mission Agency Purpose Statement:

Missionary Gospel Fellowship (MGF) mainly works with immigrants to the U.S. and Canada. The goal of MGF is to evangelize, disciple, equip and church plant among various ethnic groups who have come to our door steps from all over the world.

Ministry Description:
 
The Hilsons are involved in a multi-cultural ministry reaching the unreached Sikhs, Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims in Canada, numbering 250,000, with the Gospel of Christ. Their ministries include personal evangelism, distributing tracts, teaching ESL (English as Second Language) classes and discipleship for the new believers. Their Multicultural Service Center draws these people in by offering ESL and Computer classes, which also gives them an opportunity to share the Gospel. Daniel is a Missionary-Pastor at Faith Church, and he hopes to establish a Hindi Church for Indians/Fijians.
 
Favorite Verse:            Romans 15:20; Philippians 4:6
 
Prayer Requests:
  • Pray for our Indo-Canadian ministers and missionaries to reach the unreached 250, 000 Indians in BC.
  • Pray for our work among the east Indians in Surrey and discipleship with Ashoke.
  • Keep on praying for the growth of the church planting, evangelism and discipleship work in Village Dadwan in Punjab.
  • Pray for the Indian Christians who are persecuted for their faith in North India.
  • Pray for the safety of all missionaries who are working in North India.
  • Pray for me as I am counseling a couple in my Indian group, who is going through tough times in their family relationship.