Jennifer and Christina grew up as daughters of ministers. They moved around often and watched their parents love people and preach the gospel. Christina says, “God was always at the center of everything our family did.” Growing up this way helped these sisters see truth from a young age. Jennifer watched the struggles her parents faced in ministry, and she also watched the growth that took place in their life as a result of the struggles. This increased her faith and gave her the values she has today. Both girls live in Toronto with their parents, Yousif and Jacqueline, and are a very active part of the ministry at House of Prayer International Milton, the church they helped their parents start two years ago. Jennifer is 27 years old, sings in the choir, and helps teach young children about Jesus. Christina is 30 years old and serves the youth who are a part of their church. Before moving to Canada, their family lived in Pakistan where they faced enormous persecution because of their faith. They left Pakistan after their uncle was assassinated for preaching the gospel. This impacted their faith greatly. Jennifer says, “It makes you want to hold on to your faith tighter when you know that someone is so against what you believe.” In Canada, they get to experience a religious freedom they do not take for granted. Perhaps their biggest culture shock upon moving to Canada was seeing people refuse to take advantage of their religious freedom. They are thankful for this freedom and for the opportunity to help their parents lead a multicultural church which reaches people from all walks of life. Christina works for a large shipping company, and Jennifer plans to go to Cambridge Heritage Seminary to prepare for ministry. Serving in a church plant is not always easy, and there are many lonely days. Jennifer and Christina are praying for God to send more mentors and leaders into their life for encouragement and support. They are excited about the things God has in store for House of Prayer International Milton. To learn more about their parents and House of Prayer International, click HERE.