About Us

Honor God. Make Disciples

We are a global movement that honors God by establishing Christ-centered, Spirit-empowered, socially-responsible churches and campus ministries in every nation.
Our Mission

Our Pastors

Prime & Ghia Espiritu

Prime & Ghia are passionate about honoring God and making disciples. Move to Canada in 2011 they build their careers. Over the past two years, God has led them to a completely new direction. January 2018, Prime will be attending the School of World Missions at the Every Nation Leadership Institute in the Philippines. Upon his return this June, Prime & Ghia will be serving at Every Nation Church in Winnipeg as full-time ministers.

Statement of Faith

We believe in the Holy Scriptures as originally given by God, divinely inspired, infallible, entirely trustworthy;

Core Values

Our core values express the good deposit we must guard together. These are the essential values and help describe how we build our ministry.


We value obedience. Because Jesus is “King of kings and Lord of lords,” we believe that wholehearted submission to God’s will and His Word is the starting point of the Christian faith and the foundation of all spiritual growth.



We value lost people. Because God’s heart is to reach the lost, we seek to build churches primarily through evangelism—not transfer, through birth—not adoption.

JOHN 3:16; LUKE 19:10


We value spiritual growth. Because we are called to make disciples, our primary focus is ministering to people, not conducting meetings, facilitating programs, or building buildings.

MATTHEW 28:19,20


We value leadership development. Because we are called to develop future leaders who will serve in the church and in the community, we prioritize leadership development. We do this by deliberately creating opportunities for young potential leaders to develop their gifts, and empowering them through identification, instruction, impartation, and internship.



We value long-term relationships. Because the family is the foundation and validation of ministry, we refuse to sacrifice our marriages and our children on the altars of temporal success. And because we believe God has called us to be a spiritual family, we embrace community, reject the idea of disposable relationships, and choose to walk in love, respect, and unity.

PSALM 127:1,3; EPHESIANS 4:3