Vaughn Brown

Our family believes in building strong communities. 
We believe finding ways to work together with others establishes strength in communities. 
We have been so honored to live in the Comox Valley for the last 10 years and call this beautiful place home.

For the last 20 years, we have worked with young adults and families in need. 
We have also been in ministry positions for about 20 years as worship directors and more recently as church planters. 

We believe our calling comes out of James 1:27 ‚ÄúPure and unblemished religion as it is expressed in outward acts in the sight of our God and Father is this: to visit and look after the fatherless and the widows in their distress, and to keep oneself uncontaminated by the world. 

In other words, remember who you are, a child of God, and remember your life is about more than just you. Our passion for seeing people healed and whole comes from these core values.

Shirley and Ted Kirk

Ted and Shirley Kirk have been married since 1980 and have raised two adult children, Bonnie and Mike, in the Comox Valley. Shirley is a retired nurse who volunteers in the community and enjoys all outdoor activities like cycling, tennis, walking, camping, and kayaking. Ted is a former commercial fisherman/captain of various freight and tug boats and continues to enjoy salmon fishing and working in his workshop.

We have been Christians since our youth. We have a desire to pray with people for their healing, to see people released into their fullness in Christ. We have attended many conferences and teachings on Healing Prayer over the years, since 1985, and have been a part of the Healing Rooms in Courtenay many years ago.