Martin & Tammy Lamb

Martin and Tammy Lamb

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      Canada
      Canada
      Ontario
      Stoney Creek, Ontario
      Port Perry Baptist in Port Perry, Ontario; West Highland Baptist, Hamilton, Ontario
      Public Relations

      Martin Lamb grew up on the mission field, in Papua New Guinea, with Ethnos. Since that time, God has continued to burn the passion in his heart for reaching unreached people groups.

      After meeting his wife Tammy at Ethnos’s Bible school, EBI, in Jackson, Michigan, they were married in January 1993 and settled down in Southern Ontario. They soon started a family as they waited on the Lord’s leading for their future. It was during this time that the Lord led them to serve with another ministry called Gospel for Asia; helping to support national workers in church planting throughout the Indian subcontinent. After 14 years of serving as Development Director with GFA and seeing much growth in the work, the Lord has led them back to serve with Ethnos Canada to help with public relations and development. This life experience, together with his upbringing on the mission field, has given Martin a great sense of responsibility to challenge the Church here in Canada with the urgent cry of the unreached.

      “Tammy and I believe it is our great privilege and responsibility to represent hundreds of unreached people groups that have no opportunity to hear the Gospel unless someone is willing to take it to them. It is our great desire to raise up more labourers for the harvest for Jesus himself said, “The harvest is plentiful but the labourers are few.”