national team


One Hope Canada’s Field Team provides essential support to our 45 camps and community ministries as they encourage, direct, and equip missionaries to fulfill One Hope Canada’s purpose and vision.

Rob Hasenbank
British Columbia Field Director

Rob started out with One Hope Canada as a camper at Ness Lake Bible Camp in Prince George, BC. He spent many summers attending camp at both Ness Lake and Echo Lake Bible Camp. Later he worked at Ness Lake as a Cabin Leader and Adventure Camp Director.

While attending school at Taylor University College in Edmonton, AB, Rob spent a summer working as the Leader In Training Director at Green Bay Bible Camp. After graduating from Taylor with a BA in Religion and Theology, Rob married his amazing wife Kathryn. Together they moved to Keats Island to serve for two years as the Property Manager for Keats Camps. 

After this, they moved to the Okanagan to once again work with One Hope Canada as the Camp Director at Maple Springs Bible Camp for 10 years. Following his time as director, Rob spent five years serving on the Board of Directors for Maple Springs while building a homestead with his family in Trinity Valley, BC.

Dan Screpnek
Alberta Field Director

Dan and Wanda Screpnek have been serving with One Hope Canada as full-time missionaries since 2016. Their first role was with the Encounter School of Discipleship as team leaders and then with Manitou Lake Bible Camp where Dan served as Director of Discipleship and Maintenance and Wanda served in Administration and Guest Services.  

Before joining One Hope Canada, Dan and Wanda served with SIM, 10 years in Nigeria as dorm parents and 9 years in Canada doing member care and recruitment. 

Dan and Wanda currently live in Sexsmith, Alberta. They have three adult children and four grandchildren. 

Terry Kerr
Saskatchewan Field Director/Lead Field Director

Terry and Bonnie became involved in camp ministry in the mid 90s as volunteers for Kenosee Lake Bible Camp in southeast Saskatchewan. After a few years, Terry joined the camp board, eventually becoming the board chair. In 2011, he started full-time as the Saskatchewan field director for One Hope Canada.

Before joining the mission full-time Terry worked four years for a major oil company and 17 years before that as a police officer. Terry and Bonnie enjoy spending family time with their adult children and have entered into the next phase of life of becoming grandparents. Bonnie works with special needs children in the public school system and travels with Terry during the summer, playing a major role in their ministry.

Stephen Johnson
Manitoba/Ontario Field Director

After graduating from Ontario Bible College with a bachelor of theology in pastoral ministry, Stephen spent 13 years in business, 10 years as a lead solo pastor, ordained with the Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches, and five years as a director with Focus on the Family Canada.

Stephen and Beverly, have four adult children and three grandchildren. When not travelling to ministry points, Stephen pastors a house church. Stephen and Bev enjoy being empty nesters but are blessed with frequent visits by their children.

Jean-Sébastien Morin
Quebec Field Director

Jean-Sébastien is a French Canadian author, pastor and seminary lecturer (mainly in Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology and Church History). It was at camp where Jean-Sébastien got serious with God at 15 years-old. He had the best time of his life in IVCF camps, met his wife at a summer camp and together they served for few years as camp directors.

Jean-Sébastien and Katie went on a camp hiatus for awhile, as they started their own “camp” at home: they are the happy parents of four young kids. Now with One Hope Canada, they are back in the camp business!

Jean-Sébastien and Katie also have the mandate to create French resources to help  francophone churches and camps to evangelize and disciple kids and teenagers.  As francophones children are one of the least reached group in North America, Jean-Sébastien and Katie quickly embraced One Hope Canada’s mission of presenting the Gospel to those having the least opportunity to hear of Christ. 

Ryan Skaling
Atlantic Field Director

Ryan joined One Hope Canada in 2015 to restart Truth for Youth as Blomidon Bible Camp in Nova Scotia. He became the Atlantic Field Director in 2017, leading Blomidon and the Atlantic field until the fall of 2021.

Ryan is currently serving the Atlantic provinces full time. He is excited to be supporting the ministry points as they partner with churches to find new ways to reach the many young people who have yet to hear the Gospel.

Ryan and Joanna were married in 2001 and have four beautiful daughters. Ryan served as a pastor in three churches over 14 years before joining the mission. The family currently lives on a small hobby farm in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia.