Troy and Jasmine Lydiate

Troy & Jasmine Lydiate

Love Quest International Church

Student Ministry Directors

Troy and Jasmine Lydiate have been married for 5 years and are currently living in the Greater Vancouver area, along with their 2-year-old daughter Ariyah.

Troy was adopted from Kingston Jamaica by current HHM lead pastors Bob and Gwen Lydiate. Growing up in Regina, he was brought up in the grassroots of HHM as one of the first generations of youth that would come to call it his home church. After graduating from High School, he would go onto complete 5 years of post-secondary education in Taft, California, Nipawin, SK and Providence University in Winnipeg, where he would meet his wife Jasmine. Jasmine had been raised in Binscarth Manitoba and had moved to Providence University to receive her TESOL Certification. They spent their first 4 years of marriage residing in Winnipeg and ministering throughout central Canada via music, public speaking and mentoring. Partnering with Christian organizations such as Teen Challenge, Inner City Youth Alive, Back to the Bible Canada, Forever Families of Canada and many more. The music aspect of the ministry has lead them to serve on numerous reserves throughout Canada such as Peguis First Nation, Cross Lake and Norway House.

The start of 2019 would find the Lydiates moving to the Greater Vancouver Area to follow the call of the Lord to join a new church plant called Love Quest International Church, pastored by Terrance and Julia Richmond. They would find themselves serving in the Strathcona/East Hastings community as the Student Ministry Directors, worship leaders and members of the Love Quest Worship songwriting team. Love Quest International Church stands to serve as the "Church for the Church," championing other ministries while standing on the mandate that reads, "Love All Nations, Equip the Church, Mobilize the Equipped and Serve All."

While faithfully serving their local church, the Lydiate's continue to operate via Scribe Music, seeking to challenge the hearts and minds of the current and next generation of leaders inside and out of the church.