Q: Tell us a little about how you got into ministry.
A: Back in my day, people always used to ask little boys what they wanted to be when they grew up. Their answer today is that they just want to grow up. My mother told me that I would always
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Transcribed by: Gregg Stone
1. Tell us a little about yourself and your ministry.
I am licensed with the UPCI (35 years) I have a Ph.D. in Clinical Pastoral Counseling and I am the Executive Director of DayStar Ministries (a counseling center for Apostolics). I do long distance
Tell us a little about yourself and your ministry.
I was called to preach at 24 years old while serving in the military in Operation Desert Storm. After returning from the Middle East, I joined the ministers-in-training program at The Pentecostals of Murfreesboro, TN, where my pastor, Bro. Phil DePriest, was
Bro Anthony LoCascio, tell us a little about yourself and your ministry.
I am currently a church planter 20 minutes outside of Chicago’s North Shore, pastoring The Life Church of Glenview with a daughter work and thrift store in Arlington Heights. I have three wonderful children and a beautiful wife. I also
Bro. Jones, give us a little of your personal history.
I was born in Mississippi. My mother was a third generation Oneness Pentecostal. My father had a Pentecostal background, although neither were in the church until I was a nearly a teenager.
We moved to California when I was a baby and
Sis. Lori Wagner, tell us a little about yourself and your ministry.
It’s a bit awkward to introduce yourself, but I would say I’m a woman on a journey whose path has taken many unexpected turns. Today I am a wife and mother of four, an ordained minister, international speaker, and