Territorial Abuse Advisor for the Canada/Bermuda Territory, The Salvation Army
Nancy has a bachelor of Social Work from Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky and attended Asbury Theological Seminary in Masters of Arts program. Nancy has a Masters of Arts in Christian Studies with a focus on Chaplaincy and Leadership from Trinity Western Seminary.
Nancy travelled to Haiti as a missionary, but had to return due to health concerns. Nancy became a police officer with the Metro Toronto Police Service where she served for 3 years before moving to Muskoka (northern Ontario) to raise a family.
Nancy was an addiction counsellor with a government agency for almost 8 years before she began as the Territorial Abuse Advisor for the Canada/Bermuda Territory. In this capacity, Nancy seeks to address this issue of abuse in the church directly but with sensitivity and concern for all involved. A large part of her ministry is through teaching. This ministry is across Canada and Bermuda, the US and Australia, as she seeks to safeguard the church from those who would compromise the ministry of God. Nancy is presently in her 19th year in this capacity.
Nancy has been an active member of Women Alive and other community groups. She frequently contributes her writing skills to various articles for Salvation Army and other publications. In 2010 Nancy was named to the “Cambridge Who’s Who of Distinguished Individuals.”
Nancy has an active speaking ministry and has a heart for ministry to women. Nancy loves the word of God and seeks to share this love with others as she leads an adult Bible Study and speaks at many different retreat venues. Nancy has a deep love for Israel and spends her spare time studying Jewish
traditions and customs. She and her husband, Joel, lead tours to the Holy land, through Israel, Turkey and Greece. Nancy and Joel also lead Marriage Enrichment Seminars in Canada and the United States. They are active in the Bracebridge Salvation Army Community Church, where Nancy is a lay leader (CSM) in the church.