Canadians Together for the Gospel

Speakers: Clint Humfrey, Ryan Fullerton Year: 2016 Session: Gatherings

The main goal of this discussion and time is to connect like-minded Canadian brothers and sisters. What are the specific gospel needs that challenge Canadian churches? What are encouragements that we can glean from the work the Lord is doing in the north?


Clint Humfrey

Clint has been the senior pastor of Calvary Grace Church since it was planted in 2006. He is a Lead Mentor for Union School of Theology and a Council Member for The Gospel Coalition Canada. Clint and his wife Christel live with their three sons near Calgary, Canada.

Ryan Fullerton

Ryan Fullerton was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and grew up all over western Canada. Throughout his teen years, he pursued political causes to make him feel righteous, and then drugs and sex to make him feel happy. Thankfully, when he was 21 he found his righteousness was a joke and his happiness had turned sour. Through the simple and intelligent witness of his step-mom, he came to trust Jesus Christ late in the evening just before Good Friday in 1995. Shortly after his conversion, he studied at Prairie Bible College in Three Hills, Alberta, and then at Tyndale College in Toronto, Ontario. In Toronto, Ryan worked in an inner city church under the leadership of Dr. Stephen Beck. He also met the lovely Christy Joy Teal who became Christy Joy Fullerton shortly after their graduation from college. The next eight years were a whirlwind and included drilling for oil, pastoring a church in a town with a population of 311, having four children (Jordana, Luke, James, and Christopher), starting seminary, stopping seminary, and becoming the Lead Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Louisville, KY.