Meet our Catalysts
Tim is an Organic Architect, Catalyst, and Life Coach, among others. He is also an experienced church planter, pastor, leader and spiritual director.
He has been pioneering and pastoring since 1987, helping to establish churches and coach leaders throughout the world in such places as Canada, Australia, Asia and Norway. He currently serves on the Prairie Regional Leadership Team and the Missions Development Group for the Vineyard Movement in Canada. Recently, Tim also helped pioneer The Mosaic Network, a network of simple, organic faith communities in Calgary and surrounding area, dedicated to exploring “deeper” community and incarnational mission.
In 2006, Tim earned a Master’s degree from St. Stephen’s University. His thesis was entitled, “The Divine Dance: How To Form Healthy Missional Communities in a Postmodern Culture.”
Tim is married to his soul mate, Esther and they have three boys: Jonathan, Joel and Michael. His hobbies include coaching soccer, sports, hiking, hunting and fishing. He also enjoys a freshly brewed Americano, a fine glass of wine, dates with his wife and reading books on theology, leadership or history.
Rohadi is the founding pastor of Calgary Church and Cypher Church. He has two published books including, “Thrive. Ideas to lead the church in post-Christendom”, and “Soul Coats – Adult Coloring Book“. Visit him on his blog on re-imagining church and culture. Rohadi holds a BA in Economics and a business minor from the University of Calgary. Also a Master in Divinity from Ambrose University. Follow him online to read more on his recent publications across the web.
Rohadi serves as the President for the Action Coalition on Human Trafficking, an NGO responsible for addressing human trafficking in Alberta. He is also an entrepreneur running businesses including a web marketing consulting firm.
Michael is passionate about helping folks connect with the God-who-loves in healthy, thoughtful and life-giving ways; helping them to experience this love in personally transforming ways. Michael is the principal of IamSignificant.ca – an online resource inspiring and equipping people for a deeper richer life, full of faith and meaningful success in all of life. It also serves as the internet home for his spiritual direction practice.
A thoughtful mystic, an accidental activist, and soul friend to many, Michael helps people connect to life in more profound ways, by assisting them to towards greater wholeness and deeper living; to discover purpose, create meaning, and recognize and respond to the sacred in all of life.
Michael holds a Master Degree in Ministry from St. Stephen’s University and has authored “Becoming Love: Avoiding Common Forms of Christian Insanity” along with hundreds of faith-inspired articles, some of which have been published and referenced by various blogs, leadership, and spiritual care websites.
His experience in social service ministry ranges from healthcare chaplaincy, serving as a grief and loss specialist, advocating for equitable inclusion of LGBTQ+ individuals, to developing a drop-in centre for youth and adults, working with people with addictions, outreach activities to the financially challenged, young people at risk and the over-churched (spiritually abused). Michael also serves Amadeo – an organic, incarnational faith community in Taber, Alberta.
Mike is happily married to Andrea for thirty plus years and has three amazing sons. He likes to spend time with his family and friends, enjoys 70’s Rock, barbecue, flying stunt kites, and fine coffee.
Don Maxwell is an adventure lover, husband, father, stumbling friend, recovering human, creative, big picture thinker and problem solver. He enjoys overcoming challenges by equipping individuals and building teams to accomplish meaningful tasks. “Mistakes are stepping stones” you will hear him say. “Hope” is central to his way of thinking, whether facing obstacles at work or his inner demons.
After graduating from Prairie High School Don completed a Bachelor’s degree in Theology from
Prairie Bible Institute. His family played prominent roles in founding and leading the college. After college he worked with Operation Mobilization in a variety of jobs for about 12 years in Europe and Central Asia. Don’s cross-cultural experiences started in early childhood in Colombia, South America, as a child of missionary parents. Besides enjoying travel and a variety of food he now speaks parts of Hindi/Urdu, Swedish and Spanish.
He met his wife Shestine while working with “OM” and they were married in Sweden, her home country. They now have two adult children, Nina and Kevin, studying nearby in Alberta, Canada and he loves being part of their lives.
Don is owner of a construction company, Maxwell Builders Inc. established in 1997. For the past decade he has been involved in “recovery” courses, both for personal reasons and for facilitating the healing and growth of others.