Speakers include those delivering devotionals, interactive seminars, sermon formatted messages, children and teen studies in alphabetical order.
- Jeana Anderson
Jeana is a nature mama, wife, and mother of two (now adult) children. She is a firm believer in the Almighty Father and Messiah. She loves life and what she does. She envisions, experiments, explores, creates, and serves. She is an investigator, facilitator, researcher, scientist, environmentalist, and gardener. In her career, she is a natural health and holistic nutrition practitioner, a medical massage therapist, an infant massage therapist instructor, a biofeedback specialist, an herbalist, and a hair mineral analysis consultant. She has authored one book, Weeds — Messages for the Life Apprentice from the Master Gardener.
- Mike Bacon
Mike Bacon has been observing God’s festivals for 50 years and has had a career as a city, county, and park planner and is a licensed landscape architect. Born and raised near Pittsburgh, PA (Go Steelers!), he now hails from Chino Valley, Arizona where he enjoys tending to his two acres while living an active lifestyle and has a wide range of interests: from history to the outdoors and he has been known to ride a steel horse (i.e. motorcycle).
Mike was an active member of the WCG and gradually disembarked from 1988-1990. Since 2005 he has been fellowshipping primarily with the Messianic community. While he was learning more about it, he facilitated “Our Father’s Festival”–a regional festival site in 2008-9 under the sponsorship of four fellowships: (1 COG and 3 Messianic). The underlying reason for the festival’s success was because Mike believes in the building of commonalities among believers since many are at different levels of spiritual growth. In his attempt to learn more about the Messianic theology, he wrote a paper that later became a book entitled The Hebrew Roots Movement. The fourth edition of the book in PDF format is available for free on the internet.
Seminar – Hidden Messages from God’s Feast? It has been said by various theologians that prophecy is pattern and that “God is a God of Patterns.” We will explore some of the lesser-known patterns revealed in Scripture. These patterns will include the meanings of words, agricultural terms, and possible spiritual patterns of the OT laws. Are these patterns just coincidences? Are they just there for filler material to round out a story? Or is something more to be communicated to us?
The relevance and meaning of these patterns will ultimately be for each one to consider and explore–because some things are still a mystery until He returns. Nevertheless, these patterns should give us believers encouragement and even greater affirmation that God is and has always been in control, that his feast days stand firm for us to observe and that we should be diligent in overcoming and in our personal relationship with our Creator.
- Aaron Baker
Aaron and Lori, married for 30 years, have three sons. Over the last couple of years, they have gained a wonderful daughter-in-law and granddaughter. Aaron grew up in a very loving, biblical-based home and has kept the seventh-day Sabbath and holy days all his life. He has worked as a professional goldsmith for 30 plus years and enjoys semi-professional hobbies in music and woodworking, meaning he has earned just enough money from both to buy a toy or tool every now and then to support his habit. In 2010, Aaron says God gave him a gentle tap and asked if he was done just sitting on the church bench and ready to fully engage in a relationship with Him. He was and did. Since then, he can’t wait to share with others just how real God is and what He does for us on a minute-by-minute basis.
Main Message – Magnifying God and Multiplying Talents
Teen Seminar – Stewardship, As a teen, you are just now starting to accumulate or realize assets that will affect you for a lifetime. Will your choices and decisions bring true blessings to you and others?
- Leo Bredehoft
Leo Bredehoft was born and grew up in Wichita, Kansas. He became a Christian when he was 16, attended the Southern Baptist church, then a Sabbatarian church. He first met his wife Anja at a Feast of Tabernacles in Germany. Two years later, they married, and now, 36 years later, they have four girls and four grandkids, after many different church experiences. They still wish very much to be in the Kingdom of Heaven.
- Ashley Clark
Ashley lives in the Dallas area with her husband Adam and two little boys. She serves in teen ministry and as a worship leader at their home congregation, Oak Stone. She’s written many Christian blogs and is passionate about reaching the younger generations with raw honesty and helping others to see things in a way they maybe hadn’t before.
Seminar – “Christian Courtship in a Dating World.” Dating is tough, but dating as a Christian is even tougher. Is today’s dating system broken? What’s the difference between dating and courting? How do we put God first while also pursuing a future spouse? How do we know if we’ve found the one? What are some potential pitfalls and heartbreaks that can be avoided when we court rather than date? How do things like “always being in a relationship,” premarital sex and shame, and unrealistic expectations affect our future marriages?
Ashley explains, “As a couple that’s been married seven years, and has made many mistakes in our dating and married lives, we hope to share some insight into lessons we’ve learned the hard way as well as offer encouragement as you take on the battle of Christian courtship in a modern world.”
- Robin Clary
Robin Clary grew up in Minnesota and began attending a seventh-day Sabbath church at the age of 12. She and her husband, Tim, have been married for 31 years and have raised three great kids, the oldest two of whom are married. They currently live in Georgia on a mini-farm where they have a garden, sheep, chickens, guinea fowl, rabbits, a donkey, and a Great Pyrenees. Robin currently hosts a weekly Bible study in her home on the Sabbath.
Seminar – The Ten Virgins and New Jerusalem
- Chris DeWeese
Chris has made the Kansas City, Mo., area his family’s adopted home for the last 19 years. He has been married to Diana for 21 years, and they have three children, ages 18, 16, and 13. Diana is a third-generation Sabbath keeper who introduced Chris to the Sabbath. This started Chris’s journey into the faith once delivered to the saints. Chris is the pastor of The Word and the Way, a Sabbath and holy day assembly in the Kansas City metro area. Chris has been working with electronics since joining the U.S. Navy in 1991 and presently manages a department of Field Service Engineers in the biomedical industry as his career. Chris has an A.S. degree from Colorado Technical University.
Teen Seminar – Practical Career & Life Advice, Chris will use his personnel management experience to explain what kind of careers are out there, some of the different ways of earning a living, and hints on how to succeed in corporate America.
Open the Sabbath Message
Main Message – The Purpose of the Holy Spirit: Acts 2-4
- Dan Girouard
Dan lives in Cedar Park, Texas, with his wife of 36 years, Lisa. Their children and grandchildren all live nearby and are at the Feast with them. Dan and Lisa met at Ambassador College in the early ’80s and moved to Texas immediately thereafter. They currently fellowship with an independent Sabbath congregation and with a Hebraic roots congregation, both nearby.
Main Message – The Restoration of all Things (Acts 3:10-21)
Seminar – Jealous for God (Rom 11:11)
- Kristen Hocker
Kristen, daughter of Arthur and Linda (Ballou) Salmon, was born during the Feast in 1984 and grew up attending Worldwide Church of God. She’s lived in Kansas City, Mo., her whole life. After the breakup of WWCG, she continued in the faith of God’s Sabbath, holy days, and new moons in smaller church groups and some home Bible study groups. Kristen married Andrew Hocker in 2007. Their son, Gabriel, is in sixth grade.
Kristen refers to herself as a lifelong nerd. She has degrees in photography and elementary-childhood education. She’s also completed the School for Certified and Licensed Massage Therapists and is a prenatal/infant massage certified teacher from Loving Touch International Foundation. She’s an aromatherapist, a level-two reflexologist, and a science and history middle school teacher.
She is also a recent survivor of ependymoma, a rare spinal cord and brain tumor. The doctors told Kristen she would die from the tumor before spring and may not make it through the surgery. She was told that if she survived, she would lose the use of her right leg; likely not walk again; and lose bowel, bladder, and sexual function. Kristen laughed at the doctors and warned them that she comes from a long line of stubborn, tough people. She informed them that God does exist. Kristen held off on surgery until prayer was done to prove that God and Jesus Christ are the greatest scientists to exist.
Seminar – God & Jesus Christ: The Greatest Scientists to Exist
- Jeri Holcomb
Although she was born in Pensacola, Fla., when asked where she’s from, Jeri’s answer is always “north Alabama,” because that’s where she spent her most formative years. She now lives in Hawkins, Texas, with her husband Dwight. Jeri is a musical enthusiast and has played the piano for decades. Her favorite piano activity is accompanying congregational singing. She is also a semi-retired English and speech teacher but continues to teach speech as an adjunct at Tyler Junior College. She and her husband now raise calves from nurse cows, dig in the dirt, and especially revel in spending time with the grandchildren. Jeri and Dwight have two sons, a daughter, six grandchildren, and four additional “grands” who also call them Nana and Pa.
Teen Seminar – Bible Study: Choosing a Route (C.A.R.), There are many routes to travel when studying and learning God’s word–and we don’t have to choose just one.
- Tim & Angie Kelley
Tim and Angie are the founders and congregational leaders of the Ami Yisrael Hebraic Fellowship in Longview, Texas. In addition to the fellowship, they founded and have been the principal organizers of the “Season of Our Joy” Feast of Tabernacles site from 1999 through 2019.
In 1995, after 25 years of being a part of the Worldwide Church of God, Tim and Angie became interested in discovering the Hebrew roots of Christianity. Since then, they have co-sponsored numerous seminars designed to teach others about their Hebraic roots and the joy that comes from living a Torah-based lifestyle.
Tim enjoys teaching that we all have a role in preparing for the return of Messiah Yeshua. Angie enjoys teaching praise dance and encouraging others to lead congregational dances in their own weekly fellowships. They both work part-time in their family-owned custom cabinet business.
Seminar – Worship God in the Dance, Synopsis: From the time of the Exodus, praising God in the dance was part of the Hebrew culture. In fact, a case could be made that God intended for dance to be a part of each of His festivals. With that being the case, why is dance in worship not a part of religious worship today? This study will rehearse the history of dance in the Hebrew culture, show why it is not prevalent today, and encourage God’s people to restore this beautiful form of praise and worship.
Website Link: https://www.amiyisrael.org/articles/Dance_JoyHistory/Dance_Joy_and_History.htm
Seminar – Rivers of Living Water – Understanding the Context of John 7:37-39, Synopsis: The 1st century Jewish people observed an interesting tradition on each of the seven days of the Feast of Tabernacle with the seventh day being significant. On that day, Yeshua stood up and made a proclamation that He was the fulfillment of what they were observing. This day, which the Jews called “The Great Salvation”, provides a key as to how God will offer salvation to all mankind.
Website Link: https://www.amiyisrael.org/articles/RiversLivingWater/RiversofLivingWater.htm
Main Message – In the Dust of the Rabbi – Being a Disciple of Yeshua (a festival theme topic), Synopsis: Before His death, Yeshua told His disciples to make other disciples in all the nations. But what does that mean? To be a disciple meant something specific in the Hebrew culture of 1st century Judea, something that has been lost to many believers and followers of Yeshua today. We’ll examine the rabbi – disciple relationship of that culture and learn how we too can become disciples of Messiah Yeshua.
Website Link: https://www.amiyisrael.org/articles/DustOfRabbi/DustOfRabbi.html
- Cori Kheav
Cori Kheav, maiden name Chambers. Born in Sherman Texas. Went back to school to pursue life long dream of being a nurse. Graduated 2012 from Brookhaven college. Privilege to be working and serving in dialysis as a RN. With God’s grace and blessings. Recent great joy of being a wife and mother. My loving husband is Thy Kheav and our precious 4 month old daughter is Tabitha Alaina. I have volunteered and worked w a couple north Texas shelters for abused and neglected children. Looking forward to doing more to serve others, especially those who are living in unspeakable conditions and unable to help themselves. Advocating for organizations like Agape International Missions, Fight the New Drug and the End It as well as the Priceless Movement. Hope to grow and become more in touch with what Christ has planned for time spent wisely until His return.
- Timothy Scot Kincaid
Timothy was born on March 23, 1980, in Nashville, Tenn. He was raised attending the Worldwide Church of God and United Church of God. He attended Middle Tennessee State University from 1999-2001, Interdisciplinary Studies. He married Heather Kennebeck in 2001. Timothy works as a self-employed carpenter. Timothy and Heather have three children: twin sons, Gabriel and Michael, born in 2002, and daughter, Serra, born in 2008.
Inspirational Message – Preparing for the Wedding Feast
- Keith Kleeschulte
Keith lives with Diane his wife of 27 years. They both reside 35 miles West of downtown St. Louis in the peaceful suburbs of St. Peters, Mo. They have 4 sons, 4 daughters-in-law and 6 grandchildren. This will be his 31st Feast and first one in Texas. Keith came to The Way most innocently by picking up a Plain Truth magazine in the vestibule of a Kroger store as he exited in 1986. It was five years later He introduced The Way to a total stranger, a young lady he met at Estes Park, Co. while he was on a July outing with other Christian singles from around the country. She was not part of the group but was welcomed by other members to join in. After leaving her with a couple of sermon tapes by GTA and Mr. Dart she was baptized right before Feast of Trumpets that year. He married that sweet Texas lady 16 months later. God is Good ALL THE TIME!
- Tagore Kota
Tagore is an independent Bible student, researcher, and teacher. He was with the Worldwide Church of God, India, in the ’80s and ’90s. He lives in Houston with his wife Rupa married for 26 years. They moved to the United States in 1997 and became naturalized citizens in 2010. Tagore has four years of Koine Greek and is still working on mastering it. His past presentations include Covenants, Parables, Tabernacle, and a verse-by-verse study of the Book of Hebrews. Tagore says he is looking forward to sharing his understanding and research with the brethren.
Main Message – Tabernacling in Heavenly Jerusalem (Rev 21 and 22), Explore the rich imagery of this holy city and its place in God’s plan as a permanent eternal dwelling place. As we celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles which is a memorial of temporary dwellings we also reflect on this coming permanent home. Want to reinforce our faith in, anticipation and preparation for this promised city New Jerusalem.
Seminar – Parable of the Talents (Matt 25, Luke 19), Introduce the place of parables as mysteries of the Kingdom of God and how God’s Son uses to reveal greater truths which are not apparent on the surface. Explore two close cousins: Parable of Talents, Parable of Minas. Explain how these two complement each other and provide rich lessons for God’s people. Also, try to explain the real meaning of a Talent or Mina and how growing in them is critical to our salvation.
- Sarah Lasser
Sarah was born and raised in Indiana but recently made the move to Norman, Okla. She currently resides with her two beautiful dogs, a two-year-old English Mastiff and a three-year-old Saint Bernard/Great Pyrenees mix. Born and raised in WWCG, she has served in many congregations wherever there has been a need. Her passions include meeting and connecting with brethren from all walks of life.
- Angela Marvin
Angela (Kirk) Marvin is a fairly new baptized member of the United Church of God. She grew up in the Worldwide Church of God with her parents, Steve and Mavis Kirk. She is a single mother of a 13-year-old boy (Waylon). She takes care of her 96-year-old mother who is unable to attend the Feast. This is her first Feast on her own, and she says she is looking forward to the fellowship and to meeting brothers and sisters in Christ. “May all of you have a wonderful and safe Feast of Tabernacles! In Christ’s love.”
- Lisa McComb
Lisa is a wife and mother. She has two teenage girls. Her passion is teaching. She is a sixth and seventh-grade math teacher at Cumberland Academy Middle School, a charter school in Tyler, Texas. She is also very active in her church, Church of God International in Tyler, and is the women’s ministry/retreat director, as well as the co-host of CGI’s Friday night webcast, Bring on the Sabbath.
Women’s Seminar – Let’s Get Cozy!
Fill Your Cup is a women’s mini-event that is like a cozy gathering at your favorite coffee shop. It’s a cafe-themed occasion where women easily connect with each other and with God.
We will spend around an hour or a little more sharing laughter, stories and also have some devotional time. Our study will cover Psalm 23:5 – In God’s presence, our cup overflows with blessings (paraphrased). We will discover that when we are filled with God’s love, we can’t help but overflow and share that love with others.
We will have light snacks and a craft project. Ladies of ages 13 and up are welcome to attend.
- Mandi Mischnick
Mandi lives in Big Sandy where she resides on a small farm with her husband, Scott, and three kids: Jake, Brance, and Keira. A former teacher and reporter from Missouri, Mandi is now a stay-at-home mom and blogger in the great state of Texas.
Seminar – “The Power of Gratitude and Attitude,” will explore how positive thinking combined with daily gratitude can help us reach our potential and how they are an important part of our calling as Christians.
- Graham Parish
Graham Parish is an engineer and a member of the Church of God in Terre Haute, Indiana. He and his wife Rachel raise their children on the family farm near Palestine, IL.
Seminar – Who Were the Three Wise Men? 3 wise men came alone to find the baby Jesus. Or could there be more to it than that? Did you ever wonder why was the ruthless King Herod “troubled, and all Jerusalem with him” by the sight of 3 lonely guys on camels? There must be much more to the story, and we will explore some ideas that will build your faith in God’s promise to always keep a descendant of David on the throne of Israel.
- John Snyder
John, who also goes by Johnny, a native of Big Sandy, Texas, lives in McKinney, Texas. He and his wife Maria Marcela from Bogota, Colombia, have been married for 20 years and have three children ages 17, 14, and 7, two of which are adopted. John has over 25 years experience working in the field of information technology and has his masters from Boston University. He completed his undergraduate degree in theology from Ambassador University in Big Sandy. The Snyders have been active in hosting fellowships in their home since 2001 in an effort to foster open communication and hope to live and teach what it means to be a living sacrifice.
- Herb Solinsky
Herb was born in The Bronx in New York City and had a Jewish upbringing. He moved away to the southern U.S. in 1966. He obtained a M.S. degree in mathematics from the University of Arizona in 1968. The first church he attended was the Worldwide Church of God, from June 1970 to June 1979. In 1981, several people joined him in starting an independent church in the Dallas area where he began giving sermons for many years. Herb’s habit has been to study a wide variety of biblical subjects in great detail, which include many visits to libraries. He has studied certain aspects of Jewish history including Josephus, Philo of Alexandria, Jewish scholarly views of the Talmud, and the Dead Sea Scrolls. He has also taken an interest in some topics which few people expend much energy, such as sacred names and covenants. With his training in mathematics and a Jewish upbringing, he often uses a detailed study of both the Old and New Testaments.
Since the Days of Unleavened Bread in 2019, Herb and his wife have been attending the Oak Stone congregation in Dallas.
Seminar – Conversion of a Jew
- Jacob Sutherland
Jacob and his wife Sandra met at Ambassador College 25 years ago and married the next year. They, along with their 3 children, Samuel-20, Valerie-16, and Jaime-15, will be joining us for the feast year traveling from Fitzburg, Massachusetts. We have the privilege of utilizing his musical expertise in directing our choir.
Seminar – Are You an Enharmonic Christian? A musical theory term used to ask the listener a rhetorical question about their faith placing Romans 12:1-3 in parallel with a familiar Psalm.
- Paul Syltie
Paul is a farm boy from southwestern Minnesota who never intended to leave the farm, but the Creator had other plans. He attended midwestern universities, receiving a Ph.D. in soil fertility in 1980 from North Dakota State University, but also attended Ambassador College in the early 1970s. He was drafted into the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. He married his high school sweetheart, Sandy, in 1967, and they have six children and 12 grandchildren (so far); both were baptized in 1971. He has worked with Vital Earth Resources out of Gladewater, Texas, for many years and has helped spread the message of regenerative agriculture to people in many nations. Paul’s passion throughout life has been to serve the Living God through writing and publishing on topics such as God’s government, the nature of the coming age, marriage, and the soils upon which all of civilization depends. He and his wife are champions of the New Testament home fellowship model.
Seminar – The Love of God: What It Means, What It Is – Love is perhaps the most misused and misunderstood term in the whole English language…and for good reason: the Adversary wants it to be misused and misunderstood to hide the true nature God’s greatness and goodness, which we are to be emulating in our daily lives. I have “divided” love, in all of its intricacies, into ten aspects to gain a greater appreciation of what love is. By examining each of these ten viewpoints individually, and then putting them together, we can hopefully gain a more perfect understanding of love that will better enable us to serve both our Creator and each other. Without a correct understanding of love, we can easily be caught up in the world’s perceptions of it and end up falling short of the abundant life that God intends for us, and fall prey to the fears and trepidations that are being poured out daily by the government and media as they try to subjugate us into following men rather than the Creator.
Main Message – The Incredible World Tomorrow: What It Will Be Like – No other topic is more important, in my view, to understand in-depth than the nature of the coming age, for with that vision we will be able to move forward each day with incredible hope, faith, and joy in our Creator’s plan. Last Feast I gave a message on this, but there is every reason to build on this vision continually because of the depths of the truth that the Eternal has prepared for us (I Corinthians 2:9-10). We need to paint within our minds a vision of this coming age, as far as is revealed in His Word, and dwell upon this vision throughout the year, especially in the face of an unfriendly and oftentimes ugly world. With such a vision we can endure through any trials that may be thrown at us, and overcome…for it is the overcomers who will be sitting at the right hand ...
- Brandy Webb
Brandy lives in Avinger, Texas, on 23 acres with her husband, Joshua, and their two children, Jazmyn and Asher. She is a homeschooling mom, blogger, telecommute office assistant, and is trying to learn farming. She loves to write and sing. She also enjoys fellowshipping with others and strives hard to follow God’s ways. She is very grateful that our God is patient and forgiving. Brandy was born in Du Bois, Pa., but has called Texas her home since she was seven years old.Seminar – We all Have a Purpose – Just like a human body, the body of Christ is made up of many different members that have different gifts. Not one role is higher than another. What is most important is that we use our gifts to work together for the edification of the body of Christ, and to spread His word and His light to others wherever we are.
- Jazmyn Webb
Jazmyn Webb lives in a very small northeast Texas t0wn called Avinger. She is a senior in high school and a part-time nanny to three toddlers. She has watched them since she was fourteen, and this experience has helped her learn a lot about children on the spectrum. She was born and raised in a Sabbath and Holy day believing home. Ever since she was a little girl, she would ask lots of questions never wanting to just follow things blindly. She is inquisitive, hard-working, and loves music. She is praying that God will show her His plan for her in regards to her future.
Teen Seminar – As a Teen, Being a teen can be hard, and being a believing teen can be even harder. We are at the time in our lives that we have to decide, do we really believe what we have been taught or is this just our ‘parents’ religion?’ I want to share through personal experience how to prove to ourselves God’s truth and share some suggestions on how we don’t have to do it alone.
- Amanda WeissAmanda is from east Texas where she lives on a small “hobby farm” with her husband, Mark, and their two daughters. Mark and Amanda have been married for 18 years and both were raised keeping the Sabbath and holy days. Amanda is in her 16th year as a high school counselor. She also teaches psychology and education classes at the local junior college.Seminar – “Fear: How it Damages us Physically & Spiritually and Tools to Overcome Its Grip” — Did you know that fear not only can stop us in our tracks spiritually and squelch our faith, but it also damages our physical health? Over and over again, God tells us to ‘Fear not’ in His word. We are living in uncertain times that can cause us to experience fear and anxiety. How do we combat these feelings and safeguard our spiritual and physical health?”Teen Seminar – “Communication: The Key to Successful Relationships” Did you know that good communication skills is the #1 soft skill that employers want in an employee? We have all heard that effective communication is essential for happy relationships, but why is it that so many people struggle with communication? In this interactive seminar, we will discuss components of communication such as body language, active listening, and emotional awareness. We will also spend some time learning about the five love languages in order to better understand ourselves and those around us.
- Mark Weiss
Amanda and I have been married 18 years. We have been observing the Sabbath and Holy Days all of our lives. It has only been in the last 7 years or so that we have been drawn to more of the Hebraic Roots style and have enjoyed the more interactive studies. I am a 7th Grade Teacher and am currently teaching Texas History. This is my 4th year as a teacher in public school. My favorite scripture is 2 Peter 3:18 – grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory, both now and forever.
Inspirational Message – Deuteronomy 23:40 – Goodly Boughs
Seminar – Psalm 90:17 And let the beauty of the Lord our God be upon us: and establish thou the work of our hands upon us; yea, the work of our hands establish thou it.
Our call to service is key to our relationship with our heavenly Father and with each other. Our service is an honor and should not be taken lightly. This session will talk about our hands and the work that they should be doing in our service of our Heavenly Father. I say service, I mean relationship, honor, obedience, and allowance of the “Will of God”.
Men’s Group Sessions – Today, more than ever, the world needs us! Men who will step up and courageously be a Godly example at home, at church, at work, and now more than ever – in their communities. This message is about going into all the world and how to do it properly. Too many of us have shrunk back from that responsibility for too long, expecting someone else to do it. Step into morning study where you will no longer be left without an understanding of what you need to do. Join us for 4 days or as many as you can muster.
- Jimmy Ray Whiteside II
“Jimmy Ray” Whiteside II is married and has a daughter. He lives in Dallas and is an experimentally-educated visionary mentor, disciple of JESUS CHRIST that preaches and teaches The True Gospel Message of “The Kingdom of GOD”; he is an author, poet, philosopher, serial entrepreneur, life coach, business plan advisor, marketing and sales consultant, keynote speaker, philanthropist, and civil rights activist for those in prison and of those who have been affected by the penal system.
Seminar – Importance of Serving in the Prison Ministry
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More speaker bios will be coming soon. Speakers include devotionals, interactive seminars, main messages and children and teen groups.
Children’s class assistants: Karen Metcalf and Emily Snyder