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Bernd Armbruster
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To spread revival to Europe

Ministry Journey

Bernd Armbruster is married to Ryoko from Japan since 2006, They have three amazing children: Anna, Noah, and Abigail.

Bernd grew up thinking Christianity was outdated and he decided to turn his back on the Church. He also disliked Christians.

After graduating from University in 2004, He went to China for what he thought would be an extended holiday. Little did he know that God was waiting for him there. In Shanghai, He met people who were madly in love with Jesus. They attended Shanghai Community Fellowship (SCF). They made Jesus so attractive to him that he became a Christian and ended up staying in Shanghai for 12 years. This is were he met his wife.

Bernd served the Lord at Shanghai Community Fellowship for five years. They saw the dynamic work of God! Bernd knew, however, that that time at this church was preparation for a long-term calling.

God called them to Germany, to start and pastor a new church. (Aletheia International Church Munich (AIC), www.aicmunich.org).

Bernd began Christian Leaders Institute in 2015. He was ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance in 2017.

He will willing and ready to mentor Christian Leaders Institute students or graduates and help them get ordained for ministry in Germany or Europe.

Clayton Moore
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

Reach his community for Christ, especially those who are not connected to any church

Ministry Journey

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 Hiscock
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To finishing his life raising up leaders for grace-filled revival!

Ministry Journey

David Hiscock is married and has children and grandchildren. His is over 75 years old and serve in local prison ministry as well as starting a local Bible study at a vacated Church building.

His story of how He came to grace is exciting and inspiring. Click his profile to read.

David was called into ministry after his retirement. He began CLI in 2014. He was ordained as a commissioned pastor in 2016. He is willing and ready to mentor others in their ministry training journey or in becoming ordained through the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Dee Taylor
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

Dee is called to serve those in need of God's grace and to raise up Christian Leaders bring revival to our land.

Ministry Journey

My name is Davenia "Dee” Davenport, age 61, I am divorced, with three daughters, two granddaughters, and a grandson on the way. My family (Mother & Father) moved to Atlanta in 1980. Due to my father being sick with breathing and lung problems. The Lord granted my father 34 more years of life.

My mother was the first person to receive salvation in the family. I got saved in 1976 while looking at the PTL club. I was 17 years old. A few months later my mother prayed for me to receive the Holy Spirit. However, at that time I was struggling. One day I was saved and the next day I was in the world.

I lost my first child "a boy" and almost bled to death. This took me to a dark place that I didn’t want to go. I stayed in the hospital a few months. The next year I attended a Christian camp for teens where I preached my first seminar. You aren't too young to go to hell. I talked about obeying your parents and how sin can lead you to a dark place. Over 200 young teens got saved that day.

I was still back and forward in the Lord and really felt I would never stop getting high. Until one day I was hanging out getting high in this house. I had no idea who the people were and how I got there. I saw my oldest daughter who was only 3 or 4 in the midst of the smoke, I ran to her and promised that she will never see me like that again. That began my journey of living right and seeking God to help me and keep me.

I began to practice how to live a drug-free life. I had to stop hanging out with my so-called friends. I read the word daily and went to church.  The word was very important in my life because I could not live for the Lord and stop getting high in my own strength. Drugs and alcohol were always in my parent’s house. We all sold and used drugs, took pills, and drank alcohol. Praise be to God for delivering me. It’s been over 20 years of a drug-free life.

In 1991, The Lord put on my heart to go on a fast and shut-in at a hotel for 3 days. There in that hotel room, the Lord called me to preach the gospel. He told me not to be afraid of their faces. To my surprise, it was later confirmed by my pastor at the time.

In 2004, I took classes at the Pilgrim Ministering & Leadership Institute (PMLI). I graduated in 2006 and this left me wanting to learn more. In my search for this knowledge, I found CLI in 2011. The experience and teaching I have received have been a great blessing in my ministry and my life. The Lord put in my heart to become a chaplain. I had no idea what he was preparing me for.

When my father became ill and was put in hospice the doctor gave him days to live, but God allowed him to live for over 2 years. The classes at CLI walked me through this hard but wonderful process. The classes gave me the knowledge and strength that I needed. I whole heartily know I would not have been prepared for such a thing without CLI classes. I was able to pray for my father and prepare him to meet the Lord,

I launched my personal ministry in 2014, Against ALL Odds Thorn in the Flesh. CLI was a great instrument in teaching me and preparing me to step out in my ministry with knowledge, tools, and experience. My classes enhanced how I teach leadership classes and helped me become a chaplain and more. President Henry ordained me in 2014. I received my associate's degree and bachelor's degree in Divinity in 2018. I have also received a Chaplain Minister ordination package. I am a CLI mentor. I have received over 20 awards, diplomas, and certificates from CLI.

Thanks to CLI, I am able to move forward in the things that the Lord has charged and called me to do.

Delois Wilkerson
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To reach more leaders and raise them up for Christ!

Ministry Journey

Delois Wilkerson has a daughter and two grandsons. Her relationship with God began at an early age. In her teens and through her adulthood her life felt out of control. In 2014, She accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her Savior. She began an in-home Ministry with her grandsons. They read and study the Bible. They also have started Bible Workshop, bringing the word of God through performances such as Spirit Dancing and Expressive Reading.

Delois began Christian Leaders Institute in 2017 and was ordained in 2018. She is willing to mentor other in their training and ordination.

Donna Fields
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To mentor and raise up more Christian Leaders in South Carolina

Ministry Journey

Donna Fields is married to her wonderful husband Tim for 3 years. She was born and raised in North Carolina, but I currently live in Charleston, SC.

Donna grew up in an (A.M.E) Church,, African American Episcopal. She was baptized as a baby and again as a teenager. As a youth growing up in the Church, she ushered, sung on the choir, participated in church events as much as possible. She came to know the Lord by attending Church, Sunday school, bible study, noonday prayer, as well as vacation bible school.

Recently she has sensed the calling to ministry. The Lord has raise up excellent mentor for her who have assisted her in her ministry training journey at Christian Leaders Institute.

Donna started CLI in 2016 and has completed over 100 credits of training. She was ordained in 2016 as well. She is willing to mentor new CLI students and graduates. She will also assist them in the ordination process with the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Kenny Sallee
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To provide pastoral care, as a Community Chaplain, to
those outside the church and by ultimately starting a Christian faith
mentoring and counseling center to the unchurched.

Ministry Journey

To provide pastoral care, as a Community Chaplain, to
those outside the church and by ultimately starting a Christian faith
mentoring and counseling center to the unchurched.

Ministry Journey: Kenny is married and lives in Oconto, Wisconsin, a
small community north of Green Bay. He is known in the area where he
lives as Cap'n Kenny. Together, he and his wife, Nancy, operate a small
charter/tour boat company on the Great Lakes during the summer months
and travel south during the winter months. They attend worship together
in a small ELCA Lutheran church in Marinette, Wisconsin.

As a child, Kenny grew up in California and was raised in the Baptist
traditions, although his family seldom attended church. His father
worked in the construction trade after he left the military, and the
family traveled to wherever his father could find work. Kenny attended
14 different schools before graduating from high school. After high
school, Kenny enlisted into the US Army and was sent to fight in Vietnam
shortly afterwards. He continued his military career after Vietnam
serving in the Continental United States and Pacific regions until he
retired after 23 years of service. After the military, Kenny has worked
as an electronics technician for the Federal Aviation Administration, as
an aircraft electrician for the US Air Force, and as a cross-country
truck driver for a national carrier. Kenny is now a US Merchant Mariner
licensed as a Ship's Master (Captain).

Kenny's current ministry is Chaplain for the military veteran service
organizations in Oconto, Wisconsin, where he lives. He also volunteers
as a visitation minister with a hospice organization in Northeast
Wisconsin, and with the VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain, Michigan.
Kenny also maintains an online ministry website where he shares the love
of Christ Jesus worldwide through daily devotions and lectionary
scripture readings.

Kenny started studying with CLI in 2015 and completed the Bachelor of
Divinity Degree with a Chaplaincy Emphasis in 2019. He is currently
working towards a Master of Theological Studies Degree at Nations
University in New Orleans, Louisiana. Kenny is ordained through
Christian Leaders Alliance as a Chaplain Minister.

Kenny is willing to mentor new CLI students and graduates in the
Northeastern Wisconsin/Michigan Upper Peninsula area. He will also
assist them in the ordination process with the Christian Leaders Alliance.

Lelan Gimnick
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To lead confidently and share the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Ministry Journey

Lelan Gimick is ordainned in many roles of ordination with CLA! He is ordained as a Deacon, Officiant, Associate Minister, Associate Chaplain, House Church Minister.

Read his testimony below:

"Greetings, brothers and sisters in Christ! May the peace of our Lord and His never-ending mercy find you richly blessed in grace and courage to proclaim the name and gospel of Christ Jesus, our risen Savior! My name is Lelan Gimnick, and I have been a continuous student of CLI for over two years. I find it a continual blessing that after all this time, I have still not exhausted the breadth of the curriculum available to those obeying God's call on their lives to study to show themselves approved for ministry. As I work my way through the various programs of study, I find myself challenged, more often than not, by the ascending-scale professional and spiritual development model of the curriculum presented here at CLI, to stay in prayer and stay in the word of God and count on the Lord to provide the diligence and stamina necessary to take on the full course load.

I am currently serving the Lord in the central region of Wisconsin, USA, as a backing youth leader at my local church.Through real world clinical experience in both addiction counseling and behavioral health, a background in emergency response and crisis intervention, a firm foundational doctrine from God's word, and the education I am receiving here, it is my simple prayer to continue to avail myself to any and every field of study that will allow me to be sent where God will, and all for His glory."

Marc Bernard Gresset
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

To raise up more revival leaders in Thailand and the world

Ministry Journey

Marc is married, and he and his wife have five grown children.

Marc Bernard Gresset was born in Paris and grew up without religious education. As a young man, he was more or less an atheist. He began asking questions. He search took him through reading many books and experimenting with alcohol and drugs.

At a point of desperation, even contemplating suicide, a "revelation" was given to him to find a "meaning." He found that meaning in Christ!

He soon was called into ministry. He left France to do mission work in Indonesia. His mission work in Asia has continued for over 35 years. He is now serving in Thailand.

Marc began Christian Leaders Institute in 2016 and graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Divinity. He was ordained as a Chaplain minister. He is willing to mentor people in Asia. Contact him by email.

Maurice Ochieng
First Name
Maurice Adum
Last Name
Type of Minister
Ministry Dream

Rasing up revival leaders!

Ministry Journey

Maurice started CLI in 2013 and since then has completed 99 credit hours with a diploma of divinity


I was born in a polygamous family of a father and mother who was all from Roman Catholic background, forty-nine years ago.

After the death of my mother, I and my Elder brother moved from our home to the aunt’s place who was a widow but was a committed Christian who had given her life to Christ as Lord and savior of her life.

She tried to introduce us to Christianity but wasn’t that committed.

As I got into my teens, I started experiencing a deeper urge and desire for sex, alcoholism, and smoking. I felt like I was being left out by not living like the rest of my other friends were doing and this created in me a sense of withdrawal and separation what almost led to rejection. Later on, I found myself moving from one woman to another seeking to find satisfaction, rest and peace but with no success.

The urge for sex grew in me stronger day by day to the extent that it even affected the results of my secondary school grades. I didn’t get the grades to qualify for the university. This left me injured at heart

The more I practiced this lifestyle, the more restless I became, this went on to the extent that keeping faithfulness to only one woman

became a problem.

December 1990 is the year I saw the light. It was one evening after struggling the whole day with anxiety, restlessness and a sense of emptiness when I decided to walk out of the house to a nearby shopping center, a place where one local pastor had organized an open-air bible meeting.

As I listened to the message by the visiting preacher, I kept growing in conviction, as he went on it dawned on me that he was speaking to me. I could not wait for the invitation to receive Christ, just walked in front and asked the pastor to pray for me to receive Jesus Christ as my personal savior.

Receiving Christ as my lord and savior was and has been a decision one in a lifetime that I cannot regret ever making in my life. I got peace, rest and satisfaction in life. He blessed me three years later with a beautiful God fearing wife, Winnie, and later four children who continue to be a blessing to my life.

Three years later, I got a call to be more involved in the ministry, and by his grace was able to help with his servant in various ministry capacities; ranging from interpretation, eldership and as a deacon

serving with pastors in a medium sized congregation here in Nairobi.

Five years later the Lord called me into full-time ministry in which he led me to found a ministry; Christian restoration ministries of Mt. Calvary, where we train and raise leaders as well as church planting, a mandate we still undertake to date.