Community Service Chaplain
Matthew Pipke, a dynamic young man in his 30s, possesses a deep understanding of the unique times we live in. He carries a specific calling to ignite revival within this generation. Despite being born with a learning disability and a stutter, Matthew has leaned on God for strength and guidance. He dedicates himself to full-time ministry, serving as a part-time pastor at a local church and a part-time chaplain, traveling extensively to proclaim the truth of God's Word.
Revival lies at the core of Matthew's passion, as he fervently desires to witness churches and cities transformed. He longs to see the lost find salvation, the sick experience healing, individuals delivered from bondage, and Christians walking confidently in their true identity in Christ Jesus. Matthew's ministry takes him both locally and internationally, including impactful trips to Japan and Costa Rica, where he ministers to churches, camp meetings, and conferences.
Alongside his ministry pursuits, Matthew has earned a Red Seal certification in Cabinetmaking, following the path set by the apostle Paul, who practiced a bivocational approach. For a decade, Matthew served as an itinerant preacher while working as a skilled cabinetmaker. In November 2018, he made the transition to full-time ministry, actively speaking at Heritage Valley Pentecostal Assembly and serving as a chaplain through Lovedmonton Chapel.
Experience & Education
Matthew's academic journey led him to Vanguard Bible College, where he pursued a Bachelor's degree in Theology with a focus on pastoral care and counseling. In September 2021, he achieved ordination with the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC), officially becoming Reverend Matthew Pipke on September 26. Additionally, Matthew holds a Certificate of Community Chaplaincy, having received the Church of God Chaplaincy Commission in 2022.
With unwavering dedication, Matthew Pipke stands as a vibrant and passionate minister, committed to bringing revival, spreading God's love, and empowering individuals to live out their faith.
Connect with Matthew at Matthewpipkeministries@gmail.com or call 780-938-1941
If you would like to support the ministry you can do so in mutiple ways.
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