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Monday, 23 February 2015

Frank Loo - Ministering to Mega Jail Inmates

Frank Loo - Speaking At Omemee Christian Outreach Monday February 23rd!

Frank Loo, Chaplain for the Lindsay Mega Jail will be speaking at Omemee Christian Outreach Monday February 23  at 1 King Street West, in the Coronation Hall - that's on the north west corner of Highway 7 and Sturgeon Road. Who is Frank Loo?
I was curious too.  Reverend Frank sent me the following information to share about himself:


Lindsay Mega Jail Chaplain Rev. Frank Loo
Since giving his life to the lord in 1999, Reverend Frank Andrew Loo has been an active minister of God in South America, the Caribbean and North America. Frank is currently residing in Canada with his wife Anna and son Judah and together they all serve in ministry.
While his wife is very knowledgeable in computer technology and helps him often with his presentations, Judah is already an anointed drummer. Frank is a passionate worshipper and self-taught musician and along with his family’s skill set they have been a blessing in various churches touching and enriching peoples’ lives.
 Rev. Frank Loo is a dynamic and unique teacher/preacher of God’s word and has been used mightily by God, expounding the bible and revealing nuggets of truth for practical Christian living here on earth.
 Frank is also an Ordained Minister and holds 2 Diplomas – one in Pastoral Theology and the other in Ministerial Theology. One of Rev. Loo’s main passions is serving in prison and he has over 16 years of experience in prison ministry in various parts of the world including Guyana, Antigua & Barbuda and Canada. He firmly believes in the practical demonstration of God’s love.
 As an active servant of God, Reverend Frank, as he is affectionately called, has had the privilege of serving people in various capacity as a friend, minister, counsellor, leader, teacher and preacher.
 One of his favourite scriptures is, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13(NKJV) 

Rev Frank Loo  Biography
I was saved in February 1989 at the Bethel New Testament Church of God in New Amsterdam, Berbice, Guyana and have been active in the New Testament Church of God ever since, including their bible school.
 I have held the positions of Youth leader, Outreach Minister, Sunday School Superintendant and Worship Director of the Bethel New Testament Church of God in New Amsterdam, Berbice. I also served as the District Youth Pastor for the Berbice District and the president of the Student Body of Ebenezer Bible School, where I graduated in 1993 with a Diploma in Pastoral Theology.
 I was also the District Director Inter-School/Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship (IS/IVCF) for the county of Berbice 2 years prior to migrating to Antigua and Barbuda.
I was also the youngest person in New Amsterdam to start a Prison Ministry at age 18 years old. From 1992 to 1994 I served as the Associate Pastor of Bethlehem NTCOG then I migrated to Antigua & Barbuda.
 In Antigua I was active in the worship team and preaching at Potters NTCOG, St. John’s Pentecostal Church and Fullness Ministries and started a Prison Ministry from 1995 to 2006, when I migrated to Canada. In Canada I was one of the main persons who started a church called Destiny Church of Durham, where a pastor was later installed. I served a Worship Director, Outreach Minister and Men’s President in that said church. I became a License Minister with Faith Christian Fellowship of Canada in 2012.
 I volunteered as a chaplain in the Metro East Correctional Centre in Scarborough, Ontario for three years after which I served as a Salvation Army Chaplain at Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay, Ontario.
 Returning to Antigua in October 2012, I assisted 2 churches starting their worship teams, while preaching at various churches in Antigua, under the covering of the senior Pastor of the Pillar Saints NTCOG, Pastor Garfield Scott.
 Since returning to Canada in August 2014 I have ministered in the Full Gospel Redemption Centre, in Etobicoke and is currently active at Provision For The Vision Ministries.
 I am once again serving as a Salvation Army Chaplain at Central East Correctional Centre.
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Here are the directions to the Coronation Hall in Omemee Ontario. Hope to see you there for this very interesting speaker.
Doors open for set up at 5:30pm  Grace is at 6:30pm followed by the speaker and praise and worship.
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