Missional Identity with Cam Roxburgh

We sit down with Cam Roxburgh, the National Director for Forge Canada and Team Leader of Southside Community Church in Vancouver, BC to talk faith, discipleship, and what it means to live in the mission identity as followers of Jesus.


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Cam Roxburgh was part of the founding team of Southside Community Church in Burnaby and currently serves as the Team Leader as well as the National Director for the Forge. He continues to have a passion for helping the church to join Jesus on mission in local contexts. He and his wife Shelley live in Surrey, BC, and have four kids.

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In 1997 John Hall, his wife Wei, and brother in-law started Eco Outdoor Sports in Metro Vancouver. In 2003 the business was sold, and his family entered a seven-year ‘desert experience’. During that time the Lord impressed on John and his family the importance of hearing and obeying Jesus every day, something that he tries to integrate into everything he does. In 2010 God changed the family’s direction and led him to finish his degree at Regent College in preparation for life as a full-time missionary overseas. That ministry opportunity didn’t develop as planned, as a whole new perspective and participation-in Christ’s mission was born at Missions Fest Vancouver. It’s now a daily occurrence for John’s business background and theological training to get a workout.

John served as the Executive Director at Mission Central (formerly Missions Fest Vancouver) from 2014 to April 2023.

John and Wei live in Richmond, BC. They have two wonderful adult girls. John completed his MA at Regent College in 2010.

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The Tapestry Church (Richmond, BC)

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