Ruth is “Ruth-less” in her pursuit to love others as Christ has loved her. Having been well-loved and well-nurtured in the church growing up, Ruth surrendered her life to Jesus at age 16. Jesus took up residency and continued to fill Ruth’s heart, His home, with lovely things: a yearning to please Him only, an infectious joy, a keen mind, a passion for music and worship, a willingness to proclaim the gospel, and a longing to serve others in Jesus’ name—wherever the place, whoever the people, whatever the cost. With so much of Jesus occupying her heart, Ruth has pursued a life that is less of Ruth and more of Jesus—that she may be “filled to the measure of all the fullness of God” (Ephesians 3:19).
Ruth longs for others to experience the fullness of God in their life too. God has led her “to lead people to Christ through service, encouragement, preaching, and music.” Because of her passion for more people to experience more of God, groups and crowds often hear “Ruth-less” Ruth proclaim, “It’s never too late to have a relationship with Jesus!”
Ruth currently lives and travels from Quebec, Canada, where she serves as worship leader and preacher