|Since I was a very young man, I have had a
"calling" on my life. God would not allow me to
disregard his calling, nor would He allow me to mistake it for
anything else; He has convinced me that my calling is
real. He has done so by influencing my thoughts and by a
continual inward urging. He has called me through people,
often strangers whom I would never see again, confirming His
calling for me to pursue the ministry. I am a graduate of
the Trinity College of the Bible and hold a Bachelors Degree in
Having concluded my formal
training for the ministry, I am very excited about where God is
My ministry's objective is to
win the lost to Jesus Christ. To facilitate the upbringing
of strong and knowledgeable disciples for Jesus Christ, it is my
desire to pastor a church willing to seek God and to do God's
will with all its heart, mind, and soul.
For over 34 years, I worked in one
leadership capacity or another in several churches.
God has been leading me to the day when I would accept
His calling for my life. I have dedicated myself
to this ministry and am dedicated to the goals and
purposes as set forth by the objective. My journey
has been, and continues to be a walk of faith -- a walk where God
has proven Himself time and time again. I am humbled and
prepared to do God's work and His will.
My wonderful wife, Arie Dell and I
have three beautiful children, Geoffrey, Jasmine, and Jessica.
Yes, twins indeed! The heavenly Father has blessed me
richly with a God-fearing wife who has sacrificed herself so that
I could prepare myself for ministry. I am truly
God has given me a vision of a church
that is operating fully in His will, a church that understands
that God is not interested in our outward appearance, but looks
deeper into our willingness to be faithful and obedient to
him. God has pressed on my heart the desire to preach and
teach the Gospel to the lost and to all who will call upon the
name of Jesus as Lord and Savior. God also has graciously
given me the ministry of reconciliation. I look forward to
this important work in a church that understands that now is the
time and the place for this work to go forward.
As I close this short personal note,
I pray that you have felt my heart for God. I pray that my
heart and love for him has transcended every word.