We're Joseph Hovsepian Ministries


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 is on his seventh trip to Armenia this summer, from August 7 to 30, along with his wife Jessie and granddaughter Alexis. To see what they are up to watch their daily vlogs. You will feel as though you are a part of their trip. Click here to watch today’s vlog and past ones.

Please pray for them while they travel throughout Armenia — and pray for those they will be reaching out to as well.


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.

"All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age."

Matthew 28:18-20

"I tell you the truth, WHOEVER hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be condemned; he has crossed over from death to life. "

John 5:24

From the Blog

Day 14 of Mission: Armenia 2016

This morning we drove over an hour to a church so my grandfather could preach. After the service, they asked us to stay and join them, at the church, for lunch and fellowship.

Later on, a family member who lives in Philadelphia, USA, who happens to be in Armenia at the same time as us and who has family here in Armenia asked that we get together.

Day 13 of Mission: Armenia 2016

This morning we made a stop at the vernissage not far from where we are staying and then later in the afternoon/evening we went for a visitation. I thought it was really interesting to see all the canned food that they are preparing before the winter arrives.

Day 12 of Mission: Armenia 2016

We ended up driving over 2 hours to get to the camp at Lake Sevan, there were 80 people there. There was an hour long service at 11:00am and then we met with a group of people at noon as you can see in the video. As the hour went on the more people joined in to listen and ask questions. At 1:00pm the baptismal service began with prayer and those who were being baptized answered a few questions.

Day 11 of Mission: Armenia 2016

This morning we picked up a few things that we needed for the baptism tomorrow. Later on we stopped at a few stores to find a washing machine for a lady who is stuck in bed. We were able to make the purchase with gifts that were given for Armenia. The lady will be receiving the washing machine in a few short days!

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