Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Hon Brad Wall, Swift Current

Father God, thank You for Premier Brad Wall, and his dedication to serving others and You. Thank You for his Christ centered example and leadership in the past, current and whatever are Your plans for his future.  May You bless him and his family all-ways with protection, safety and health in areas known and those known only by You.  Thank You for providing Brad wisdom, knowledge, understanding, discernment and guidance previously, now and in the future... In the name of Your Son, Christ Jesus... Amen"

Brad Wall was first elected Premier of Saskatchewan in the November 2007 provincial election. His government was re-elected in the 2011 and 2016 provincial elections. He also serves as the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs.
Premier Wall was first elected to the Legislative Assembly in 1999, representing the constituency of Swift Current. Prior to entering elected politics, he was active in his local business community and involved in service work spanning local events, economic development and health care recruitment.
One of his earliest forays into politics was in the late 1980's as a founding member and western co-chair of the Alliance for the Future of Young Canadians. This was an organization dedicated to promoting free trade.
Premier Wall was born and raised in Swift Current, which is in Saskatchewan’s southwest. He still lives there with his wife, Tami. They have three children.
Premier Wall received his post-secondary education at the University of Saskatchewan, where he earned an Honours degree in Public Administration.
In his spare time, Premier Wall enjoys spending his time with family, reading, cooking, golfing, cheering for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, and tinkering with his 1967 Dodge Coronet.

Monday, January 22, 2018

MLA Doyle Vermette, Cumberland

Mr. Vermette, you have a heart for the young people of this province and those you have served. Your heart yearns to learn, grow and be more effective as an MLA and a community leader; may God show you and reveal to you the true heart of servant leadership and guide you and bless you as you serve faithfully in your capacity. Amen


Doyle was elected MLA for the Cumberland constituency in the June 2008 by-election and re-elected in the 2011 and 2016 provincial elections. Of Métis ancestry, Doyle was born and raised in Prince Albert. He made the La Ronge area his permanent home in 1990. Doyle and his wife Sandra have a blended family and their children were raised in La Ronge, where their family is concentrated.
Doyle is the Opposition Whip and holds critic responsibilities for Northern Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, and the Saskatchewan Transportation Corporation, and was also the associate critic for First Nations and Métis Relations.

Friday, January 19, 2018

MLA Corey Tochor, Saskatoon Eastview



Dear Lord. We pray today for Cory Tochor. We ask you to give him a continued presence of dignity and respect. Thank you for his work in the assembly and the decorum that is always a challenge to maintain. May you give him divine wisdom for how to make the business of government run smoothly through the coming days. We also pray that you would give his family a renewed joy in their interactions and times together. Amen.


Corey Tochor was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in the 2011 provincial election. He was re-elected in 2016. Prior to entering politics, Corey was a local Saskatoon entrepreneur who owned and operated Health Conveyance Inc., a communications company that provides electronic messaging in health facilities across the province.
Corey has been very active in his local community as past vice-president of the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon and has volunteered on the corporate board for Telemiracle 33. He has also served as treasurer of the Kinsmen Activity Place House, which is a community center supporting Saskatoon’s inner city.
At the opening of the 28th Legislature, Corey was elected to serve as Speaker, the Assembly’s presiding officer. He resigned this position on January 5, 2018.
In government, Corey has served as Deputy Whip, a member of the Standing Committee on Human Services, Public Accounts Committee, and Private Bills Committee. As Speaker, he also served as chair of the Board of Internal Economy, the Privileges Committee, and the House Services Committee.
Corey was born and raised in Esterhazy, Saskatchewan. He currently resides in Saskatoon with his wife, Danielle.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Hon Christine Tell, Regina Wascana Plains



Lord we bring Hon Christine Tell before you. Sharpen her understanding of the truths in Your Word and give her discernment and wisdom to follow in the paths of righteousness, for Your names sake. Help her to see others with Your eyes and to love as You have loved her with a godly love that looks to the needs and necessities of others. 

Born and raised in Regina, Christine graduated from Miller High School after which she went on to earn her psychiatric nursing diploma from Wascana Institute. The next step in Christine’s professional life was to graduate from the Saskatchewan Police College.


Christine served on the Saskatoon Police Service for three years before joining the Regina city police. Christine served in the Regina Police Association and the Saskatchewan Federation of Police Officers. In 2007, she was elected president of the Regina Police Association and was the first woman in Canada to lead a major police association. Christine also rose through the ranks of the Regina city police.
Christine was first elected MLA for Regina Wascana Plains in the November 2007 provincial election. She was re-elected in 2011 and 2016. She has previously served as Minister of Government Services, Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority, Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport, and Minister responsible for Corrections and Policing. Christine is currently Minister of Central Services, and Minister responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission and Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation.
Christine is married to Gary Massier and is the proud mother of Regan and Cameron.

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Hon Lyle Stewart, Lumsden-Morse



Dear Lord. We pray today for the Honourable Lyle Stewart. May you lay before him a vision for his continued work for the province. May he be renewed with energy and optimism in the work that is his to lead. Amen.


Lyle Stewart was born and raised near Pense, Saskatchewan where he continues to farm and ranch with his wife Linda and son Lee. Lyle was one of the first members in the Saskatchewan Party and was elected to the Legislative Assembly as the MLA for Thunder Creek in 1999. He was re-elected in 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2016. During his two terms in opposition, Lyle served as the interim leader of the party, as well as the critic for Agriculture, Economic Development, and Industry and Resources. After the Saskatchewan Party formed government in 2007, Lyle served as the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation, chair of the legislature's Standing Committee on the Economy, a member of the caucus' policy committee on the economy, and the province's Treasury Board. On May 25, 2012, Premier Brad Wall appointed Lyle as the Minister of Agriculture and Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation.
Lyle and his wife Linda have three grown children and six grandchildren.