pastors

Brent Rudoski

Senior Pastor
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Brent Rudoski

Brent boldly proclaims that anyone who calls on the name of Jesus will be rescued, recovered, and restored, just like he was over 30 years ago, when he came to know Jesus and was instantly set free from addiction to drugs and alcohol. Shortly after accepting the Lord, Brent came to Faith Alive. He attended Bible College there, was raised up in ministry there, and has never left. Over the years, he has served in nearly every area of the church, and in 2005, was appointed Senior Pastor. Over the years, he has developed a deep love for the church, desiring to see it be a fireplace that houses the presence of the Lord. The best way to describe Brent’s preaching style is straightforward, with a good dose of humour thrown in.  His teaching will challenge, encourage, and provoke you to lay aside your own agenda and follow hard after God. As a pastor, Brent’s heart yearns to see healthy churches filled with people willing to give their lives to advance the Kingdom of God, both here in Canada and around the world. Brent longs to see revival and healing sweep from shore to shore in Canada, and God is propelling him to the forefront of a revival and unity movement in the prairies. Several years ago, he initiated the Prairie Fire Conferences, gathering many churches and pastors together to present a strong voice for revival and unity in Canada.

Barb Rudoski

Senior Pastor
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Barb Rudoski

Barb came to Faith Alive in 1987 to attend Bible College and immediately began helping wherever there was a need. As a co-pastor with her husband, Barb excels at mobilizing and motivating the body of Christ to step up, take their place, and fulfill their potential in the Kingdom of God. Barb has a strong desire to train children, even at a young age, to be mighty warriors for God. She is compassionate, personable, energetic, fiery, and is totally convinced that nothing is more important than giving your life completely to the advancement of God’s Kingdom. The Rudoskis have 3 adult children, a daughter-in-law, and one grandson, who are all actively involved at Faith Alive.

Dr. David Pierce

At the age 7, David made a decision to follow Jesus and become a minister of the Gospel. As a teenager, he began ministering and has continued in the pastoral and teaching field for more than 50 years. He still has a deep, burning desire to preach and teach the uncompromising Word of God. Since 1981, Dr. Pierce has directed the Bible College at Faith Alive Family Church. He loves to teach on the Old Testament and about Bible characters. His students are constantly challenged to put the truths from God’s Word into practice in everyday life. Dr. Pierce has a passion to provide Bible centred teaching materials to the nations of the world. To that end, he has written many sets of syllabus notes and outlines for various subjects taught at FABC and they have been sent to several nations. David lives in Saskatoon with his wife, Joyce. They have 4 children, 12 grandchildren, and 5 great grandchildren.

Will Wiebe

Known as the “Family Guy” around Faith Alive, Pastor Will and his wife, Dorothy have a passion to see families flourish relationally as they set Jesus as the centre of their lives. They have been on staff at FAFC since September 2014, but have been in full time ministry for 16 years. For 6 years, Will was the senior pastor of Edrans Church and Principal of Edrans Christian School in south-western Manitoba.  At Faith Alive, they play a big role in helping couples learn to pursue God as “one flesh,” and provide a solid foundation for training godly children. Will also teaches at Faith Alive Bible College, and they serve as visitation pastors for the church. Will & Dorothy have 4 grown children; Justin, Nathan, Caleb, and Stephanie, who are actively loving and serving the Lord.

Adam Biro

While in Guatemala to participate in FeViva’s Missionary Training Program, Adam first met Dr. David Pierce who was there with a group of students from Faith Alive Bible College. Not long after that initial meeting, he moved to Saskatoon to study at FABC. Finding more than simply a Bible College, he was deeply impacted by the spiritual life he found, and became permanently connected with the church and college. After graduation, Adam returned to the mission field in Central America and established and directed a Bible School there as an extension of Faith Alive. He also married his lovely Salvadoran wife, Cecy, who had founded and helped to pastor a church in El Salvador. Adam is currently the Associate Dean of Faith Alive Bible College, and has brought new vision for the college and gives his all to see a generation of world changers raised up who will fearlessly advance the Kingdom of God. Adam and Cecy, and their baby daughter, Cielle are happy to be in Canada, fully immersed in what God is doing in our nation, bringing revival to this generation.

Rene Boutin

Rene first entered the doors of Faith Alive in July of 1991 at the age of 17, and in an instant, knew he had come home. Ever since then he has been involved in many areas of ministry and along with his wife, Amber, is currently the young adults pastor. His biggest passion is to see people young and old touched by the presence and power of God. With a desire to see the kind of revival that brings reformation to towns, cities, and nations, Rene speaks from the heart and challenges people to up their commitment and their passion for Jesus. In addition to pastoring the young adults, Rene (or Rev. as he is often referred to), is also the Principal of Prairie Christian Academy.  He and Amber live in Martensville with their 3 children.

Jamie Snider

Worship Leader
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Jamie Snider

Jamie Snider has been a part of Faith Alive Family Church since she was very young.  She holds a B.A. in Worship Studies from Horizon College and a Diploma in Practical Theology from Faith Alive Bible College.  She began leading worship at Faith Alive at 18 years of age and has been the Minister of Music here for the past several years.  She makes her home in Saskatoon with her husband Ryan and two children.

Jamie’s desire is to see Biblical Worship established in the church – that we would approach Him on His terms, not ours, determined to give our all no matter what.  We should leave a church service knowing we gave Him everything, not thinking we could have given more.

Jamie teaches that worship is corporate, not individual.  When your heart has been touched and changed by Jesus, it will show in your worship.  Worship is an outward sign of an inward reality!