Ministry CEO: Pastor Rick Hawreschuk

He and his wife Nancy, have come back to their roots in Saskatchewan after spending almost 25 years in Alberta and BC, where they explored new opportunities and raised their family of 3. Both Rick and Nancy were brought up in rural communities with ranching and farming backgrounds. Nancy is from a family of certified seed growers near Eston, SK and Rick was raised on a mixed cattle and grain farm near Melfort, SK. Rick worked for John Deere for over 14 years while Nancy has worked 26 plus years in Child Care. In September,2010 Rick was accepted to William Carey Theological Seminary where he completed his Diploma in Ministry. In 2013 they became the Pastoral couple at Woodrow Gospel Chapel in Woodrow, SK. Their eldest son Joel, wife Jade and their daughter live in Caronport, SK; son Taylor and wife Jessica live near Woodrow; and youngest daughter Rikki is working in missions. Pastor Rick and Nancy have joined the Broken Arrow family after feeling God's call to become a part of the ministry team.

Ranch Grandparents: Barry and Ruth McNevin

Barry and his wife Ruth are former residents of Coronach, SK. They have 3 grown children and 1 grandson. Barry is retired from Poplar River Power Plant and Ruth is retired from nursing. Barry has always been involved in sports. When he stopped playing he began coaching and coached Boys Minor Hockey many years. Barry & Ruth came to know The LORD as mature adults, and since, have been active members in the Coronach Alliance Church. Barry has served as a Board Member at Broken Arrow for a number of years. God has given the McNevins' their hearts desire: to live on-site as Grandparents to the ranch children! They are thankful for the faithfulness of the LORD.

Ministry Director: Todd Moroz

Ministry Administrator: Lara Moroz

Todd and Lara have been involved with Broken Arrow Youth Ranch from the very beginning. The couple celebrated 25 Years of Marriage in 2016! They have devoted their life to being involved in the lives of young people. They are loving parents, certified foster parents, have both been principals of elementary schools, and youth pastors of Wood Mountain Alliance Church. They are both actively involved in the communities of Wood Mountain, Glentworth and McCord. They bring their faith, enthusiasm, optimism and devoted work ethic to the challenges of ministering to youth at Broken Arrow. They are gifted in hospitality and loved by all those who know them. Todd and Lara's eldest daughter Sharayah is finishing her Post-Secondary education at the University of Regina. Todd and Lara have two teen-age sons at home; as well as remain involved in the lives of many past Ministry children and youth. The life and memory of their son Cameron (May 4,1992 - June 3, 2004),lives on through them at Broken Arrow Youth Ranch, as he too, shared the dream of helping families and children.

Ministry House Parents: Darcy and Crystal Hoel

We are pleased to welcome Darcy and Crystal Hoel to our ministry team. They will be starting as our new house parents as of March 1st. Darcy spent 12 years working at CSSM camps and is currently taking his Youth Care Worker course. Crystal has her Early Childhood Education Level 3 and has worked in the child care field for almost 20 years. They have been married for 10 years and have been foster parents for nine years to many children. Darcy enjoys hunting, fishing and the outdoors; and Crystal enjoys fitness training and painting reborn's (handmade life-like dolls). We look forward to bringing them onto our ministry team here at Broken Arrow Youth Ranch

Horsemanship Program Coordinators: Cal and Jill Jackson

They reside on a ranch near Limerick, SK. Both have been involved with Horsemanship for the past 30 years. Cal has been involved with 4-H, National and International Showing in the arena. Cal has a B.Sc Ag., specializing in Animal Science. They have developed their own individual program as a result of all their experiences and training. Ever since Cal heard about Broken Arrow, he felt a stirring of connection, as if he was meant to have an involvement at some point. Ranch Dad, Todd Moroz studied Horsemanship with Cal & Jill, and realized that a Horsemanship program at the ranch would be of great benefit. It has proven to be a powerful and productive experience the ranch children and staff.



Janeil is our first intern here at Broken Arrow! (With hopefully many more to follow).  She is a current fourth year student at Nipawin Bible College and joined our team here at Broken Arrow officially at the beginning of September. She comes from a strong Christian heritage in which she’s a third and fourth generation Christian, since she was four. She first heard about Broken Arrow through her church, which supports the ministry. Janeil wanted to come and intern here so she could see what ministry looks like in everyday life and so that she could be a part of helping people heal. Some day, she desires to go into ministry full time to continue serving God.

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