Meet our Global Partner Sunday Speakers!
These experienced and highly regarded speakers have a wealth of ministry experience and are available to launch your Global Partnership at your church. Contact your regional Church Advisor to learn more about Global Partner Opportunities.
Rev. Colin McCartney is an ordained minister (Associated Gospel Churches of Canada), a popular speaker and a ministry trainer who has spoken internationally to audiences as large as 7,000 people. Want Colin to speak at your next event? Learn more about him by clicking here.
Lennett J. Anderson is the Senior Pastor of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Nova Scotia. Since Pastor Anderson’s return to his home church in 1999 and his subsequent ordination into the Christian Ministry in September 2001, he has been credited by the National MacLean’s Magazine as “one of five Canadian Pastors who are breathing new life into their communities.” Learn more about Lennett and how to request him to speak at your next event by clicking here.
Oreon Trickey currently serves at LaSalle Street Church in Chicago where she is the Associate Pastor of Congregational Life and the Director of Breaking Bread – a ministry arm of the church serving the homeless community. Want Oreon to speak at your next event? Learn more about her and how to do that by clicking here.
Mark Buchanan is an award winning author, popular conference and retreat speaker and Associate Professor of Pastoral Theology at Ambrose University in Calgary. Prior to joining staff at Ambrose, Mark pastored for 24 years: 6 years in Vernon, BC and 18 years in Duncan, on Vancouver Island. Want Mark to speak at your next event? Learn more about him and how to do that by clicking here.
The World Vision Artist Collective is a movement of creative storytellers. We are proud to join forces with musicians, actors, comedians, athletes, visual artists, writers and speakers across all genres and traditions. These inspired advocates use their influence and platform to tell the stories of those whose voices might never be heard – the marginalized and the oppressed living in impoverished communities around the world.