Sharing the love of Jesus Christ one person at a time.
We at Joseph Hovsepian Ministries are excited to share with you about our Montreal-based ministry, which encompasses five decades of involvement at Temple Baptist Church as well as personal outreach projects both within our own community and in other parts of the world.
The main goal behind all that we do is to share the love of Jesus Christ with as many people as we can, in whatever ways are within our means, and to help and support others who share this vision, working alongside them whenever we can. You can view our statement of faith here .
Pastor Joseph has returned from his seventh trip to Armenia this summer, along with his wife Jessie and granddaughter Alexis. To see what they were up to click here to watch the daily vlogs. You will feel as though you were a part of their trip.
There are also many photographs that were taken throughout their trip and you can take a look at the by clicking here.
Joseph Hovsepian Ministries is supported by individuals whose vision is the spreading of the Good News of Jesus Christ to as many people as we are led to by the Holy Spirit. This ministry is not supported by any organizations or other ministries but solely by family and friends.
Books and other materials are available for a free-will donation (to help cover printing expenses) or freely to those unable to make financial contributions. Click here to learn more.
We spent our last day saying our final goodbyes and picking up some of our favourite chocolates from Grand Candy. It was a mostly relaxed day as my grandfather wasn’t feeling 100% and the following day we knew we would be up at 4:45am to start our 15 hour journey back home.
I’ve been truly blessed to be a part of the 2016 Armenia Mission Trip and everyday I look forward to the next time I can return.
I kid you not, I tried to find a way to be left behind in Armenia. 😉
Our second to last day was spent visiting two different church groups. The first group gathers together every Sunday in the small home. Today there were over 40 people in attendance, not including the children. The second church my grandfather preached at was filled with many young people, which we all agreed was very encouraging.
I’m really sad our trip is ending, but we have one last day to enjoy!
Today was such a great day, we visited with two families that I have come to love very much and in the evening we visited for the last time with some family that I met for the first time while on this trip. I am enjoying every single moment that is left of this trip, wishing that time would stop so I wouldn’t have to leave.