Faith was born in Toronto in 1947 and was raised and educated there. Her early spiritual life was spent in the Anglican (Episcopal) Church. Faith accepted Jesus when she was 7 years of age. At 19 years of age, she was baptized in the Holy Spirit and received her call to the ministry. She held positions with the Ontario Department of Labour, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and the Ontario Provincial Police before resigning in 1973 to start a family. She has personally experienced the healing power of God in her own life.
Faith graduated from RHEMA Bible Training Center in Tulsa, OK in 1985. The calling upon her life has proven to be a challenge to fulfill because of the religious traditions which exist pertaining to women in the pulpit. Notwithstanding, she co-pastors with her husband and is just as much a part of the apostolic call, for it was to her that God first spoke regarding the planting of churches. He compared them to lighthouses on a channel filled with danger. From these churches, the Word of God is to flow bringing hope and faith by illuminating the pathway of the saints in a world filled with darkness.
Faith has a strong desire to teach and train God’s people, to make disciples and equip them to do the work of the ministry as instructed in Ephesians 4:12. She is a Bible school instructor, a speaker at leadership and ministerial conferences, women’s advances and has also been an instructor at a Toronto Bible school.