About Us

The value of milk

A newborn’s diet is incomplete without milk. Milk plays an essential role in the healthy growth and development of babies as it provides them with nutrients, calcium, and minerals.

It is believed that milk is the primary source of energy and nutrients for the first six months of a human’s life. Whether a child is breast or formula-fed, milk soothes a hungry baby while strengthening their vulnerable musculoskeletal system.

The apostle Peter in the Bible uses a babies’ dependence on literal milk to mirror our reliance on a symbolic form of milk—the Word of God!

“Like newborn infants, long for the pure spiritual milk, that by it you may grow...”
1 Peter 2:2
We take joy in teaching the Bible in a way that is comprehensive and accessible to all. In sharing spiritual truths with others, we believe we will help build stronger individuals and communities on a foundation of faith.

Clinton Taylor,
Program Facilitator

Clinton L. Taylor has served the community of faith in the Greater Toronto Area for more than 21 years. In 2016 Clinton decided to relocate to Saskatchewan and has continued his work within the local faith community.

In 2013, he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History from Trent University, and He is currently pursuing a Masters of Education, with a focus on Adult Education and Community Development. 

Clinton is the founder of the non-profit organization Teach for Souls Ministry Incorporated and has authored two books: “Teach for Souls: An Emergency Response to Evangelism” and “Just Milk: Community Bible Program”.

Clinton continues to use his god-given talents to participate in sharing God’s Word by employing sound, effective and relevant methods to communicate the Bible’s truths.

Just Milk: Community Bible Program

The Just Milk program was born in 2008 during Clinton’s tenure as outreach director at the Apostolic Pentecostal Church in Pickering, ON. After spending several years working with newcomers, he became persuaded that a more systematic approach would help new believers grow their faith and knowledge of God’s Word in an in-depth way.

Since 2008, Just Milk has been used in ministries across North America. The program has proven to be a helpful tool for churches and individual believers alike. In early 2020 Just Milk was revised with a curriculum to be used for educating on topics that generally appeal to newcomers and growing believers alike. 

Interacting with, and studying from the Just Milk program will help you to grow your faith, live your faith and share your faith!

Our core values

We stand on core values to maintain our God-inspired perspective, remain focused, and fulfill our mission to evangelize others with integrity.  As a team, we challenge ourselves to manifest each core value in our daily lifestyles and encourage others to do the same by being an “example of the believer” (1 Timothy 4:12).

Read more about our core values: prayer, community, evangelism, faith in God, excellence, integrity and service…

From the very beginning of time, God desired to experience endless fellowship with human beings. Because of this, we believe in the importance of personal and collective prayer and seeking God’s perfect will in all things pertaining to both life and godliness (1 Peter 1:3-4). Being committed to prayer will provide opportunities for people to become closer to Jesus Christ personally, and to excel in exponential ways in their lives.

We aim to love people as Jesus loves people. While on earth, Jesus challenged societal barriers and communed with people regardless of their backgrounds or socio-economic statuses. By showing genuine care to each individual, Jesus helped build healthy communities, and his disciples too continued this behaviour by visiting and sharing communally in each other’s homes (Acts 2:42-44).

As the keepers of our brothers and sisters, we welcome everyone to a people-oriented learning environment that goes beyond the physical confines of a building to reach the world.

We aim to carry out the Great Commission by evangelizing to others and aiding their comprehension of the divine Word of God. By fostering genuine interpersonal relationships, we take joy in leading others into discipleship with Jesus Christ (Mark 16:15-18).

Teach For Souls facilitators strive to set the tone of personal integrity by committing to provide services with honesty, morality, kindness, and grace, (Matthew 7:12).

We strive to follow the earthly example of the personal and spiritual lifestyle of Jesus Christ by committing to engage, service and reach out to unchurched people with the Gospel in different communities (Acts 8:4).

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