What do elk burgers and buffalo steak have to do with the Great Commission? Ask Enos and Carolyn Miller, and they might tell you the story of Tea-N-Bannock, the aboriginal restaurant God led them to open in 2011. The valuable storefront space doubles as a church meeting place over the weekend, and gives them a unique inroad to the First Nations community of 80,000 spread throughout Toronto. Within this community, there is no established First Nations church with it's own leadership.
If you feel God nudging you to move to Canada’s largest city to take the Gospel to our northern neighbors, please contact us for more information. In the meantime, look up the restaurant’s website to review their mouth-watering menu.