Sharing the gospel while championing women comes naturally to LoriAnn Tulk and Arlene Klassen, in two different types of ministry.
March 8 is International Women's Day. While celebrating women comes once a year for some, it's more of an everyday occurrence for others.
LoriAnn Tulk is the manager at the Charis Centre in Winnipeg. The centre is a division of Union Gospel Mission (UGM) and its main focus is to help women not only recover from life-altering addictions but also find true healing and freedom in Christ.
"We like to point out in the Bible different women that Jesus used and encourage them that way," says Tulk. "God never overlooked women."
To hear Tulk's passion for seeing women set free, as well as to hear the importance of International Women's Day as a believer in Jesus Christ, watch the video below.
Arlene Klassen is the author of a devotional, Stepping Stones, that was released last year. It helps women reflect on their healing journey as well prompting them to start writing out their own stories.
Klassen recently came back from a missions trip to Thailand with her church, Eastview Community Church.
"Our main project there was to run eyeglass clinics."
To hear a powerful testimony of one lady who got her sight back and what that meant to her, watch the video below.