Destination Discovery Ministries is an evangelistic, teaching and community development ministry dedicated to finding creative and practical ways to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in Toronto but also throughout the nation of Canada and the rest of the world.
Destination Discovery is focused on strengthening churches and leaders across Canada and around the world. We understand the challenges and demands encountered by spiritual leaders as they strive to equip the saints for the work of the ministry. Our desire is to see the children of God everywhere realize their full potential in Christ. And we are committed to helping local churches reach out to their community and achieve new levels of excellence, effectiveness, and productivity as they live in the presence of God and demonstrate the power of God.
Mark Belluz, M.Div.
Mark has a passion to see people gain a proper understanding and appropriation of the gifts and talents that God has placed within them. Inspired by a desire to see the Word of God produce fruit in people’s lives, Mark is committed to presenting a clear understanding of major Christian doctrines and teaching people how to apply these doctrines to their daily lives in order to grow in Christ’s likeness. Mark attended Tyndale College and Seminary and is a graduate of both Rhema Bible Training Center and Oral Roberts University’s Graduate School of Theology and Missions.
Solange Belluz, M.B.A., M.A., M.Div.
Motivated by the desire to see people live productive lives, discovering and achieving their God-given potential, Solange has dedicated her life to helping people overcome life’s challenges and find freedom in Christ. Solange is committed to ministering healing and deliverance to bring both believers and the unchurched into their prophetic destiny in Christ. Solange attended Tyndale Seminary and is a graduate of both Rhema Bible Training Center and Oral Roberts University’s Graduate School of Theology and Missions.
Mark and Solange and their two children, Joshua and Alessandro make their home in Toronto where they attend The People's Church.
“Raise up your students to hear my voice, to go where my light is dim, where my voice is heard small and my healing power is not known. To go even to the uttermost bounds of the earth. Their work will exceed yours, and in this I am well pleased”.