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Freedom In Christ Canada

Proclaiming Freedom Across Canada Since 1992!

Welcome!

Freedom In Christ is an international, interdenominational organization that exists to equip and resource the body of Christ to be alive and free in Him. Here you'll find prayers and declarations for all ages and situations, information on our resources and teachings, as well as links to other Freedom In Christ offices and representatives around the world, and much more! For those on Facebook and YouTube, we also invite you to join us there.

Condolences to the Cyr Family

Kenneth Robert Cyr, 58, of Grand Coulee, Saskatchewan, passed away peacefully on June 19, 2021, surrounded by his loving family. He married Cindy, the love of his life, in 1982, and together they raised three sons: Sean (married to Ashley, grandchildren Colton, Jadyn), Joel (married to Carolyn, grandchildren Ben, Elle, Rachel), and Marc (married to Kim, grandchildren Eli, Audrey, Renaya). Ken is predeceased by his mother, Erna, and is survived by his father Adrien (Hilda). Ken will be lovingly remembered by his siblings Ric (Charlene) and Bonnie (Mike) Newson, as well as nephews and nieces Scott, Traci, Aaron, Jared, and Amy.


Ken was born in Chilliwack, B.C. on July 20, 1962. He pursued a calling in ministry by attending Canadian Bible College where he received a bachelor’s degree in theology. He spent 33 years in ministry - working as a pastor in churches in Nakusp, B.C., Fort Qu’Appelle, SK, and Quesnel, B.C. and then as the director of Freedom in Christ Ministries based out of Regina, SK. He loved hunting, fishing, and spending time with family, but most of all he loved Jesus immensely and desired everyone he encountered to experience a saving relationship with Him.


Ken’s personality was larger than life. His joy and humour were infectious (and sometimes annoying). He was kind, compassionate, courageous, brave, and incredibly loving. He faced his battle with cancer with incredible perseverance, never feeling like he suffered unjustly, but instead often saying, “Why not me?” We are confident in this: that he is with Jesus in heaven, because he experienced the love of Jesus firsthand while here on earth. His hope rested on that promise and his passion was that others would find that same freedom in Jesus.


Ken's full obituary can be found here.

Discipleship Counselling Training

Discipleship Counselling Training can be taken online upon request. This course trains individuals in your church to counsel others using The Steps to Freedom In Christ. True disciples are produced by inner transformation.


Contact our office to arrange dates. We can host up to 50 participants. The minimum number of participants is 10.

Restored Webinar

The Steps to Freedom In Christ is a key element to effective discipleship and growth. If you are a believer who has struggled in your faith, if you struggle with depression or your thought life, if you have struggles with the pain of unforgiveness or loss, then going through this process is an important step towards spiritual wholeness. The seven steps include occult, false teaching, forgiveness, rebellion, pride, guilt, personal sin and ancestral sin.


Once a month we take participants through The Steps to Freedom In Christ live online. Its usefulness is for those who have no Ministry Associates (MAs) in their area. It also available to assist MAs so they can focus on praying for their participants. For this reason, registration for Ministry Associates is free. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Freedom In Christ Canada YouTube Channel

Join Ken as he shares a video blog about Freedom In Christ Ministries Canada. The videos can be viewed on YouTube by visiting or subscribing to our channel.


As Christians, we go about quite oblivious to what is going on in the spirit world. We are too often unaware that we have an enemy that infiltrates our thought lives and the thought lives of others. He desires to destroy Christians and their relationships. Most importantly he wants to isolate us from God. The good news is God has given us everything we need to engage in that mental battle.

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