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Chris’ Story

from Depression to Celebration

Chris Hyndman was living a nightmare in Vancouver’s West End just five years ago. In a recent interview, Chris said, “My god was cannabis, and it failed me. I had a complete mental collapse. I was hearing voices and seeing demons behind every bush. Even after I was hospitalized, I wanted to kill myself.”

In the midst of his nightmare, Chris was invited to a barbecue in his neighborhood. It was hosted by Dennis and Mistin Wilkinson who had planted a church in the West End called Meta Communities. That barbecue was the beginning of change for Chris. Dennis built a friendship with him that opened a door in his heart. Then, in the midst of his struggle with depression and anxiety, Chris saw Jesus in a dream, sitting on a fountain. Jesus said, “It’s okay, Chris. I’ve got this. Are you thirsty?” Then Jesus offered him a drink.

After that, Chris put his faith in Jesus and he has not turned back. Today, he’s living for Jesus in the West End with his wife and two children. Together with their new church family at Meta Communities, they are taking every opportunity to serve others in their challenging neighbourhood and invite them to find hope in Jesus. As a musician, Chris loves to sing and share about how he was lost but now has been found.

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Working together in the last year...

  • 1445 people were mobilized into short-term assignments to practically serve growing church plants
  • 3000+ people were baptized in new church plants
  • 132 churches were planted (a new church every third day)
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