Our Daily Bread Ministries

Windsor, Canada

In 1938, the ministry started with a radio program called Detroit Bible Class. Since then, our audience has grown from a small group of dedicated radio listeners to millions of people around the world who use our Bible-based resources.

FEB Central Ministries

Cambridge, Ontario

​FEB Central is the largest of 5 regions ranging from coast to coast in Canada. Together, these regions make up the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in Canada. FEB Central has 19 Associations of Churches across Ontario and Anglophone Quebec.

Steve Jones

Fellowship President, Guelph

As National President, I hope to nurture and steward the proven skills of the Fellowship Ministry Team in pursuing and implementing a vision that ensures growth in our movement. I will seek to influence, empower and inspire the national staff to serve our Regions and pursue transformation among our churches in Canada and beyond.

Melodie Francis


Melodie serves at Casa Hogar, a Christian children’s home that provides a safe home environment for children at risk (orphans, abandoned children, severe neglect, abuse, and extreme poverty situations).

Each child receives the warmth and support of a home and family including: food, clothing, medical care, education, recreational activities, and most importantly, love and spiritual guidance. Fatherless children come to know God as their Father, and Jesus as their eternal companion.

Melodie is responsible for the general well-being of the children, covering a myriad of areas including: health (physical, psychological, spiritual), academics, and legal matters.

Rob & Kathryn Flemming


Following a year home assignment (May 2019-2020), the Flemings returned to Hitachinaka, Ibaraki, Japan. Rob is using his gift of preaching in six area churches, encouraging the congregations as well as the leaders. Kathryn is involved in outreach through “Discovery Bible Studies” with ladies in the community. Both Rob and Kathryn are part of the local community and desire to start conversations with people that will encourage them to consider the love of God. Member care and mentoring new missionaries is another area in which they are involved. Rob and Kathryn have three adult children, two near Toronto, and one in the Philippines.

Jean-Pierre & Abby Greth

Granby, Quebec

For 17 years, The Greths served in Belgium followed by nine years in France, and then returned to Granby Quebec to serve in leadership training. We are very thankful to the Lord for their faithful service over many years and how they were used to establish new believers, new leaders, and new Churches. The Greths have recently retired and will continue to serve in their Church in Quebec.

Karen Bast

Kitchener Community Chaplin – Mission to the Margins

Serving under the banner of The Fellowship, Karen works with Mission to the Margins as a chaplin on the streets of Kitchener, where she serves both youth and adults with the hope of the Gospel. By visiting people who are living on the streets, praying with them and leading them in studying the Bible, along with staffing a soup kitchen and being present with the poor, Karen has dedicated time to meet the practical and spiritual needs of the poorest of the city.