About Tim

Tim began full-time ministry immediately following graduation from Eastern Pentecostal Bible College in 1984.  Until 1998 he pastored churches in Eastern Ontario affiliated with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.  At that time God told him that He had a message for him to take to the nation.  As crazy as it seemed, Tim founded and directed ‘Ancient Paths Restoration Ministries of Canada’, a Christian charity. As an act of faith and obedience, for the next five years Tim and his family travelled consistently from British Columbia to Nova Scotia sharing the message God gave him in churches of various denominations, Christian camps, and community gatherings of believers; witnessing countless miracles and changed lives. 

Following this, there was a sudden and unexpected breakdown of Tim’s marriage, ending in divorce.  He later remarried a wonderful Christian woman (Kris) who has been an amazing support in life and ministry for the past 17 years. Based on his understanding of Scripture at the time, and an underestimation of the enormity of God’s grace, Tim assumed that his ministry days were over. God had other ideas, and miraculously opened doors of ministry for him once again in 2007.  Tim has concluded his pastoral ministry by taking the position of Interim Lead Pastor at St. Paul’s Congregational Church (Independent), Chatham, Ontario – a position that will last for 18 months leading to retirement of pastoral ministry at the end of August, 2023.

St. Paul’s Congregational Church, Chatham, ON

St. Paul’s Congregational Church, Chatham, ON

Tim is passionate about preaching, teaching, and striving to accurately handle God’s Word on every subject.  He is passionate about God.  He is passionate about serving God by serving the church.  He is not afraid to deal with some of the difficult issues that the church struggles with.  He is committed to challenging the church to live up to biblical standards and to seek God’s truth on every matter; but he does so with love and understanding,

If Tim ministers to your church, it will be his deepest desire to be a blessing to both the pastor and the congregation. He will desire to leave knowing that the church has experienced God in a fresh way, has seen God’s power at work, that individuals will have a deeper understanding of God’s Word, are going deeper in their walk with God, and have a renewed passion for serving Him.   

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