The world needs the message of Jesus.

 

Can you imagine acting out a story of God’s love to bring that message to life? DRIME does just that, on street corners across Canada and around the world. Their unique choreographed dramas provide opportunities to start spiritual conversations with strangers, and share the gospel.

DRIME exists to bring the hope of Jesus to the nations.

Through 15 teams in nine countries, DRIME empowers people to share their faith and leaders to serve in their communities. The dramas are not dependant on language and provide an effective way to communicate across cultures. As a result, DRIME has a unique way to make an international impact.

 

In West Africa alone, on average, 70 people come to Christ every month through local DRIME teams. That’s made possible because of the work DRIME does at home base in Langley to train and equip local and international teams.

Making Jesus inescapable around the world.

DRIME started on the city streets of Vancouver with a small group of enthusiastic college students eager to reach people where they are at. So it’s fitting that here in the Lower Mainland, DRIME hosts their 6th annual Run for the Nations, a 5K Fun Run & Walk to raise funds for the international ministry and its teams.  

 

This is a perfect opportunity to grab your sneakers and run (or walk) to support DRIME, a ministry passionate about telling others about Jesus. It’s also a fun community event!

Join us June 10th for a 5K Fun Run & Walk — Run for the Nations!

Everyone is welcome to run or walk this coming June: friends, family, adults, kids. Whether you run solo or walk in a group, you’ll enjoy the company of others in the beauty of nature.

 

Because this is a DRIME-hosted event, all funds go directly to their ministry. Simply by registering you support DRIME teams around the world!

 

Register today!

 

WHAT
Run for the Nations
DRIME 2017 Annual Charity Fundraiser
5K Fun Run & Walk

 

WHEN
Saturday, June 10, 2017
10:00-11:30 AM
(Late registration onsite: 9:00-9:45 AM)

 

WHERE
Start and Finish Line: Tugboat Playground (North of Lelem Cafe)
Route: Fort-to-Fort Trail, Fort Langley, BC  

  • Great prizes
  • Delicious snacks
  • Loving community
  • Stroller-friendly trail
  • Kids under 12 free

Register before April 30th to get $10 off your registration fee.
 

REGISTER