EduDeo Ministries is a Canadian, Christian, mission organization serving children in developing countries with quality education rooted in a Biblical worldview.
  • Why Do We Serve

    Today’s headlines say it all. Brokenness runs rampant everywhere we look: War & crime. Orphans & widows. Greed & poverty. As Christians, we are called to impact our world in Jesus’ name – to address the suffering caused by injustice, inequality, corruption and despair. To bring the Hope of the Gospel to the world.

  • Where Do We Begin

    Our world needs to change and we believe that it is pivotal to invest in children! Education is proven as the #1 way to break the cycle of poverty. Also, there are an estimated 1.1 billion children who do not know Christ, and Barna Research shows that there is only a 7% chance they will come to know him after age 14!

    EduDeo Ministries works to provide education rooted in a Biblical worldview that has the power to transform lives for eternity!

  • How Do We Do It

    EduDeo Ministries strategically partners with Christian school associations and mission organizations in developing countries to impact:

    • Students: Scholarships give vulnerable children access to Christian schools.
    • Teachers: Training workshops pass on effective teaching methods and how to integrate a Biblical worldview into the classroom.
    • Schools: Volunteer HANDS teams help with school construction projects.
We want to advance Christ-centred education for children around the world. Join the mission!
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Recent news & comments

A HANDS Reflection July 25, 2016

It is amazing how fast a year can go. After my first year as EduDeo Ministries’ HANDS Coordinator, it’s time to look back at the great memories and look forward to new possibilities.LOOKING BACKMissions has long been a passion of mine. I love…

Serving Raspberry Pi in Zambia July 11, 2016

A few months ago I knew almost nothing about the country of Zambia. But a visit in June to this south-central African country with a former student, Dave Stienstra, left me with many impressions.Posted Jul 11, 2016 / by Derek Schuurman in Technically Speaking…

EduDeo In the News: A Mural Going Up on Barton Street July 6, 2016

 EduDeo Ministries is in the news! Great write up by Alice Plug-Buist in both The Sherman Hub and The Herald.There’s a mural going up on Barton Street.  It’s hard to miss, at the corner of Barton and Gibson.  And there’s a…


EduDeo Ministries has been on quite a journey these past few months with the move to our new office space, Campus 621. After hours and hours of construction, painting, lighting and interior design by our incredible volunteers and staff, Campus 621 is now a…

Serving Raspberry Pi in Zambia: Update 4 June 13, 2016

We received an update from Derek Schuurman and Dave Stienstra about their work in Zambia - serving up the credit-card sized computers known as Raspberry Pi. See below: Now that the workshop is complete we are visiting the schools with a…

Kendra Aug 22

You've got this, Barnhoorn!

Karen Jun 13

Sounds like wonderful work you are doing! I can't wait to see the implications…

Amy Jun 10

Thanks for your work there, Derek & Dave! Praying for safe travels and that the…

Stephanie Jun 6

So exciting to hear of the eagerness to learn about and use the Raspberry Pi's.…

Amy Jun 6

Thanks for much for going out and doing this, Derek and Dave. This is much…