Scott and his Canadian wife Kristen, lived and ministered in Belarus for 2 summers where Scott helped to plant 6 multiplying churches in Minsk. In NYC, Scott planted an urban missional church ministering to post-modern Broadway artists and influencers of culture in Times Square. In addition to planting churches, Scott has participated in missions work around the world including Australia, Germany, United States, Jamaica, Mexico, and Peru. Scott’s church planting work has been featured in secular and Christian media including two independent documentary films, the front page of the New York Times, New York Magazine, Christianity Today, The Christian Index, Baptist Press, On Mission Magazine, church planting books, as well as newspapers and television across North America and Europe. For five years, Scott and his family have lived in midtown Toronto where he has planted a church which reaches the marginalized in west Toronto. He also served as the Urban Catalyst for Toronto Church Planting for four years. Scott and Kristen have two children.
Before coming to Toronto Marc and his wife Cesarie planted 27 churches, a Secondary School, and 5 rural anti-poverty projects in 14 years of ministries in Africa. Marc's three ministry pillars turned around balanced diet, sound gospel and quality education for all. In Canada Marc discovered that Human beings everywhere equally struggle with flesh, forgiveness and reconciliation. He considers his presence in Canada and especially in Toronto where the entire world meets as a bonus to his life. For him it’s a land of opportunity for service while marveling at God’s grace among his people. Compared to their past ministry Toronto is remarkably the greatest challenge worthy of taking. He is glad serving in Scarborough, a highly multicultural neighborhood where most distant cultures such Asian, European and African communities do meet for Bible studies, Meals and Kids movies. The Nzikobari’s pray for visible churches fully committed to remind people that there is the Lord Jesus, the Saviour and God the Father worthy to be worshipped and served. Marc communicates in French, English, Swahili and 2 tribal languages.