Hear more from Crystal Lavallee from First People's Voices

Share this page

About the author

Profile photo for Celina Lam

Celina Lam

Celina joined Mission Central in 2019, having first experienced Missions Fest in 2015 when she moved back to Vancouver from Atlantic Canada. She spent years working in government and corporate communications before deciding to step into ministry.

Celina currently serves in the Studio Core Creative Team, where she supports the social media and communications strategy at her church. When not working or serving at church, she leads Branding and Strategy for Atesto Vancouver, a creative arts ministry in the city. She holds a Bachelor of Public Relations (BPR) with Distinction, along with a double minor in Marketing and Sociology, from Mount Saint Vincent University.

Celina is a proud digital native. She envisions a future where stories, people, culture, and technology are the core in the way we connect and shape this world. To learn more about her, find her on LinkedIn.

Church
Church
church: untitled (Vancouver, BC)
Organization
Organization
Mission Central (Burnaby, BC) — Manager of Marketing and Communications

Series: #MissionIsNotCancelled

See all Read more...
Video

Get to Know Ryan Giesbrecht and Ricki Chen from Servant Partners

Get to Know Ryan Giesbrecht and Ricki Chen from Servant Partners and what God has called of them this seasonRead more Read more...

Video

Get to Know Catherine Torres

Catherine sits down to talk all things at the heart of Ratanak as well as how God led her to such a roleRead more Read more...

Video

Get to know Bernard Mukwavi from Mercy Touch Mission International

Hear about Bernard's heart for Africa, his work with Mercy Touch, and how they're responding to this pandemic.Read more Read more...

Article

#MissionIsNotCancelled with Partners International

Hear what Partners International have been doing in Brazil during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read more Read more...

Series: COVID-19

See all Read more...
Article

Homelessness and COVID: Acute meets Chronic

What does this COVID pandemic mean for homelessness in this season? Scott from HSABC talks about COVID, those on our streets and the gospel.Read more Read more...

Article

COVID-19 does not discriminate. British Columbians shouldn’t discriminate either

COVID-19 does not discriminate. A Canadian Christian response to Anti-Asian RacismRead more Read more...

Article

The Beautiful Equation Between Social Isolation and Missions

Marcio Garcia (2019 Plenary Speaker Missions Fest) shares about how EMAF Brazil is doing during Covid-19.Read more Read more...

Article

Prayer for the Front Line

Updates and a call to pray for front-line mission workers around the world.Read more Read more...

More on Mission Central

Random Posts

Article

Unity, Relationship and the Future of Mission - Part 1

How do unity, relationship, and the characteristics of Millennials interact for a hope filled future of mission?Read more Read more...

Article

#MissionIsNotCancelled with Partners International

Hear what Partners International have been doing in Brazil during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read more Read more...

Update

Change Needed in Mission and Missions Fest Vancouver

New pathways for Jesus's work and fulfilling the mission of growing disciplesRead more Read more...

Quotation

“Relationally Investing”

The mission that God has given us is a highly relational mission.Read more Read more...

Random Posts

Devotional

Altar Vision Devotional - Week 4

What are the characteristics to live a surrendered life?Read more Read more...

Article

Are We Serving Orphans?

Disturbing facts about the orphanage model are causing many churches to rethink their strategy for orphan ministry.Read more Read more...

Article

Intimacy and Doing God's Will

Redefining mission, intimacy and doing God's will is the pillar to our identity and as people of mission.Read more Read more...

Article

Does Systemic Racism Exist in the Canadian Church?

Watching out for us-and-them thinking in our congregations and systemic racism in CanadaRead more Read more...