Field Director

Ministry Location: London
Fund: Saito, MunjulaDONATE
Fund: University of Western Ontario Campus MinistryDONATE
Fund: Eastern Canada Leader DevelopmentDONATE
Fund: Eastern Canada Field DirectorDONATE

Munjula Saito

Ministry Information

Munjula was born in India and moved to Canada when she was three. She grew up in Toronto, graduated from U of T and went to Master's Theological Seminary (formerly Eastern Pentecostal Bible College) where she received her call to ministry. She served with Campus Crusade for Christ for over 5 years in London, ON. In 1997, Munjula transitioned to a staff position with The Navigators in Waterloo, ON and was also a part of University of Waterloo's Chaplains' Association. In 2000, she returned to work at Western University in London, ON. Munjula now serves as the Eastern Canada Field Directior for The Navigators overseeing staff and providing national leadership. In addition to her FD role, Munjula continues to oversee the Christian Medical and Dental Association Schulich chapter at Western University and creates a vibrant community for medical and dental trainees and invests in the spiritual growth and personal transformation of future doctors and dentists. She also volunteers as Life Coach for the Western Mustangs Women's Ice Hockey team and provides character and leader development. 

I strongly believe that knowing Jesus and embracing His life changing gospel and Kingdom are of utmost importance. Leading, developing and caring for our staff is vital to the advancement of the gospel in Canada. My life is multiplied out through our faithful, creative and hardworking staff in Eastern Canada. They in turn reach, influence and serve hundreds of people in Jesus' name. When staff are led, developed and cared for well with vision and love, they thrive. My hope is to see our staff excelling in the calling that God has put on their hearts to reach the nations. I am committed to our staff. The campus still holds a special place in my heart. Most people come to Christ before age 25 and university students are at a critical juncture in their lives. Working with The Navigators of Canada allows me to help students who want to find Jesus and become His fully devoted followers. I am able to engage students thinking about spiritual issues and questions. My goal is to help spiritually interested students to pursue Christ wholeheartedly. Working as an Associate with Christian Medical and Dental Association allows me to minister to medical and dental students and help them to thrive during the rigours of their training and beyond. I count ministry to be a tremendous need and privilege, one worth giving my life to.