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Reach his community for Christ, especially those who are not connected to any church
Clayton Moore has been married for over 30 years. He and his wife have five children. Now they have grandchildren too.
Clayton Moore was raised in a local Lutheran Church. In adulthood, He and his family left the church scene, but God did not leave him and his family. In 2009, he lost his job after his company merged with another one. This event changed his schedule and he started to renew his connections to Christ.
The Holy Spirit began to convict him to reconnect with God. He began to study the Bible. Clayton sensed the call to reach others including his family.
This led Clayton to begin studying at Christian Leaders Institute in 2016. He is close to completing his Bachelor Degree. He has been ordained.
Clayton is willing to mentor any Christian Leaders Institute student or graduate in their journey of ministry training or ordination with the Christian Leaders Alliance.
David has a desire to assist in bring a revival to the church where he is assistant pastor and to the local community. He enjoys the role of teacher and mentor, helping new persons seeking their role in ministry, providing direction and support.
David K. Lange became a Christian later in life towards the end of his 24-year career as a police officer in Southern California. David had gone through a divorce, was on medical leave from the police department due to an injury and had almost given up on life. Late one night while watching TV he began watching the 700 Club and one of the pastors talking seemed to be talking directly to him and it was then he decided to turn everything over to the Lord and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior.
David has been involved with many Christian churches during the last twenty plus years, serving where the Lord had placed him, as an usher, trustee and deacon. Due to his background in law enforcement he always felt lead to be a protector of the flock and established security/safety ministries at churches he had attended. David also served in the Kairos Prison Ministry and as a Lay Pastor of a church plant in Mesquite Nevada.
During his ministry journey David had always felt the need to learn more and become more involved in ministry. In 2015 he began his ministry education at Christian Leaders Institute and during the pasted 3 years he has completed many courses and was ordained by Christian Leaders Alliance in 2017 as a Commissioned Minister.
During David’s career in law enforcement he enjoyed training and mentoring young police officers in their career journey. As with laws enforcement David sees a true need for strong ministry mentors, giving that guidance and support needed while persons studying for or who are already in the ministry seek their direction in Gods call.
To help revival leaders get launched to proclaim the gospel
David Marc Meitzler was born July 9, 1952, in Oak Park, Illinois. His wife Gloria and he lives in California, U.S.A. They have two adult sons. He is a retired military and served in two different branches for a total of thirty years.
He faced many challenges and he was guided back to church, reaffirmed his faith, and started a new pattern with the Lord. He completed college, get married, and served in the Army Reserve.
The call to pursue becoming a Chaplain had become profound. He started Christian Leaders Institute in 2014. He was ordained in 2017. He is willing to mentor Christian Leaders Students in his area that need help. He will also help those students to be ordained in the Christian Leaders Alliance.
David will offer to open up a Voluntary Mentor Center for minister training or ordination preparation in his church on two Saturdays if there is interest. Contact him if you are interested.
- David prefers emails communication.
- Ordination Documentation: In regards to being empowered as a 3rd party signature David would like to need to meet the ordination candidate in person.
To minister to others and raise up revival leaders
Douglas Drake lives in San Diego, California. He and his wife Brenda celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary in March of 2017. They have two children, a son and a daughter, and two granddaughters. He retired from active duty in the U.S. Navy in 1999 and currently works as an Information Technology Support Manager for a global law firm.
His calling came early in his Navy career, around 1981, while he was in Seattle, Washington. Fifteen years later he surrendered his life to Christ and began his Christian walk.
Douglas found Christian Leaders Institute in 2017. He has excelled in his studies and was ordained in 2018 with the Christian Leaders Alliance. He is willing to mentor and help others on their ministry journey.
Jay's calling is love and invite the lonely, broken, weak, outcast and forgotten to experience the freedom of God's amazing grace.
Jay is called to serve under his pastor to reach his community. His willing and servant's heart is modeled in his ministry.
Breland was born the youngest of 7 in Los Angles, CA in 1975. His parents were married twice, before getting divorced after his own birth. He was raised by his grandmother in Compton, CA
From my early age, Jay realized that God had his hand on him. His grandmother was a Christ-like example that impacted his life as she demonstrated, love compassion, Grace, and wisdom for me. By the age of 12, He sensed the call to ministry.
All was not perfect, however, in his youth. He was armed robbed by gunpoint and or knifepoint at least 5 times yet God intervened each and every single time.
He also developed a pornography habit, that eventually destroyed his own marriage. At age 36, he was divorced and had hit rock bottom.
Jay wrote, "I remember I felt like a failure because my behavior was an embarrassment to God during my marriage. "After the pity party, God once again spoke and said: 'therefore there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus'."
Years later and with God's restoring presence, Jay is now in his early 40s and walking with God. He has been tested and now serving under his local pastor. He has also obtained both a Master's Degree and PhD in Psychology.
He is willing to mentor others who are on the path of ministry.
Jamyme is passionate about teaching and mentoring others into a vital walk with God. She is also willing to encourage newly Called Christain Leaders to take their next step in ministry.
Jayme became a Christian many years ago while sitting in the quad at my high school. A friend walked over to her, showed her the tract called the "Four Spiritual Laws" and asked her if she knew Christ. It was there that she believed in Christ. Shortly after that, her parents became Christians and her entire family made a decision to follow Christ. Her father is now an ordained pastor and her mother went to Bible College; later becoming a hospital chaplain.
Jayme has served in many ministries over the last 20 plus years, including blogging, children's, hospitality, teaching, speaking, small groups, evangelism, and prayer. She is currently a leader in a growing women's ministry which has many facets including seminars and outreach. Her group is a marketplace group and is dedicated to sharing Christ with women and helping them find wholeness in Him. They have a burden for the underserved; especially women and children. She is passionate about seeing women come out from the bondage of substance abuse, domestic abuse, and self-abuse. She seeks to lead those set free into a life with Christ.
Jamye is ordained as a Commissioned Minister at Christian Leaders Institue. She is willing to encourage others who have been called into ministry. She desires to be a local resource to spread revival to her community.
After being a single mother for a time, she has been happily married to a Godly man for a long time now. Not only does she have four children, but also at least one grandchild.
She has completed over 40 credit hours of ministry training and has been promoting Christian Leaders Institute to others.
To bear fruit and to minister to other Christian Leaders!
Kenneth Booth is first a child of the most High God, a husband and dad of three beautiful girls and one handsome boy. He is a minister of the gospel called by God to serve. He has an Associates degree in computer information systems and she a licensed Realtor. He was raised up in the church and sang in the choir, taught Sunday school where my dad Pastors. He joined the Marine Corps and he is a combat veteran.
He joined National Association of Christian Ministers in 2009 and became independently ordained through through this ministry of which he is still in good standing. He is now apart of Koinonia Life Ministries where he is currently serving as Administrator, Minister, and overseer of our Homeless Ministry. He is on mission every day to show the Love of Jesus Christ to everyone I meet. He loves sharing the gospel and praying for others. God has blessed me with the courage to pray for others in public where ever I may be and I love to see the impact God makes on others. Since I've been apart of CLI I have learned a great deal and many of the misconceptions and misinterpretations have made me better equipped serve others. I will continue to learn as the Holy Spirit leads me.
Since becoming a student at CLI, he has finished all the courses for the Christian Leaders Diploma and his knowledge of scripture is increasing as he continue towards the Bachelor of Divinity.
He has learned that his life's purpose is for the Glory of the Father and glorify Him by loving and serving others. Everything the Father entrusts to his care ( ex. His wife, children, home, finances, work, and most importantly His Word just to name a few) that he has a responsibility to bear fruit. His outlook on life is at a different vantage point and is constantly improving as he learns at CLI.
He is ordained as a Deacon Minister through the Christian Leader Alliance and is serving as an executive Pastor currently!
To raise up revival leaders
Pacifico was saved on August 7, 1983. He is married to a God-given lovely wife and we have two beautiful sons.
Pacifico has served as an Elder of the church since 2009. His family is part of a church planting team.
Just recently, Pacifico has sensed the strong call to ministry He started Christian Leaders Institute in 2018 and was also ordained in 2018. He is willing and ready to assist others through the ministry training journey and ordination.
To reach his community for Christ and help raise up more Christian Leaders for ministry
Tony Wetmore is a follower of Jesus Christ. He lives in a small resort town in the mountains of Southern California. Still close however to aYet, within a two-hour commute from this small community by car is a harvest field of about 22.68 million people!
Tony came to the Lord at YMCA camp when he was 12, and participated in youth groups during my high school years. He fell away from the Lord shortly after graduation, and spent a decade in the "world,” before returning to Him and becoming born again.
He is married to a wonderful wife for over 30 years. Together, they have three children.
For the past 25 years, He served as a ministry leader in programs ranging from youth and men’s ministry to those aimed at serving the homeless and those in prison. Throughout it all, music and worship leading have been an integral part of his service. In October 2016, He served as the worship leader for his church, Selah Christian Fellowship, in Crestline, Calif. He was also blessed to preach the message often at Selah as well as preaching and sharing the gospel on the street and in a local prison.
Tony began studies at Christian Leaders Insititute in 2013 and have many award credentials. He was ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance as a Commission Minister in 2016.
Tony will be willing to help Christian Leaders Institute students and graduates advance in Pastoral Ministry, Homeless Ministry, Prison Ministry, Youth Ministry and more - He is willing to come alongside and help them through the Ordination/Graduation process as a mentor.