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To raise up revival leaders!
Arthur Musonda is a Zambian living in Mkushi town right in the Central Province of Zambia. He is married with 2 Children and currently running a ministry that he started himself. He grew up in a Christian home and participated in Church activities from the age of 13 to the age of 16 when Arthur acknowledged Christ Jesus and received him as his Lord and savior. Since then, Arthur has not looked back in his faith. Arthur’s Ministry training is very important to him as a minister of the gospel.
Arthur has completed over 46 credit hours since 2016. He has been ordained as a commissioned pastor.
Arthur is ready to serve CLI students with their ministry journey and help them with their God-given purpose.
To raise up revival leaders!
Absalom has completed over 85 credit hours and has been awarded the certificate of a commissioned minister.
Read Absalom's Testimony HERE:
I Am born again Christian from the Republic of Kenya Nairobi, saved by the Grace of God Alone. I started my personal walk of faith in Christ in the year 1999, after accepting His offer of eternal life.
My calling is teaching the word of God in simplicity beyond all spiritual deceptions.
In the line of duty as a servant, my marriage life suffered shipwreck beyond my imaginations in 2014, but God has overshadowed me with his exceptional grace, love, care, comfort, and encouragement. Shortly thereafter, I got involved in a fatal road accident that broke my arm, fingers and badly bruised my face, at my new workstation far away from Nairobi. I live alone and still, God proved that he will never leave us nor forsake us. In those difficult circumstances, he still showered me with his peace and helped me to heal. Blessed be him for healing me and saving my life from these dangers.
To raise up more Christian Leaders for South Africa impact
Alfred Khambule Macala is married to Sibongile Sylvia Macala, and they have three children.
Alfred began his faith in Jesus Christ 7 years ago. He was searching for God. Soon he was called to preach Christ for in South Africa and Internationally.
Alfred began Christian Leaders Institute in 2014. He became ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance in 2015. He is willing to mentor Christian Leaders Institute students and graduates in his area. He can also help those seeking ordination with the Christian Leaders Alliance.
To raise up revival leaders!
Allan has been enrolled at CLI since 2017 and since then has completed over 76 credit hours with an officiant minister award.
Read his testimony HERE:
My name is Allan, a Kenyan. I was born on 13th July 1993 in Muranga Kenya. I am a born again Christian and I believe in the redemptive Work of Christ Jesus.
I rededicated my life to Christ back in 2009, when I was still in my teens. I was tired of tLukewarmarm life I was living. Currently, I am a student at Kenyatta University pursuing a Bachelor degree in education. I am actively involved with the Bible League International Kenya in School and Prison Ministry. My desire is to receive training that shall equip me in ministry especially High school ministry. As a teacher, my heart goes out to young people to come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, believe in Him and accept Him as Lord and Savior.
I have been involved in active ministry especially evangelism through door to door and crusades. I strongly believe that Christians must be well equipped through effective training in ministerial work. One of my friends, who is a Pastor, told me about CLI and I just had to look into it. I'm so glad that he told me that there is an institution that has committed itself to the training of believers in Christ who are convinced that they have a calling for ministry. Thank you, CLI, for such a platform as this!
To Raise Up Revival Leaders!
Amanda has been a student with CLI since 2016 and since then she has completed 51 credit hours and earned her Deacon Ordination.
Read her Testimony Below in Amanda's own words
Hello! My name is Amanda Lopez. I was born and raised in California, USA. I grew up in a severely broken home surrounded by drug addiction, alcoholism and abuse. Throughout my teen years and into adulthood, I formed the same type of life for myself. At 18, I had my first child with a much older man who was controlling, abusive and addicted to drugs and alcohol. I too was swallowed up in getting high and becoming an alcoholic. After 3 1/2 years, I left this relationship and entered into single parenthood. For years, I went back and forth between living sober and living high. At 25, I was again in an ungodly relationship with child number two on the way. After four years of living in a clearly broken and dysfunctional relationship with no hope for peace in sight, I had to make a choice. I took my two children and moved in with my mother--whose husband and my very near and dear stepfather was passing away with cancer. After his passing, I left my mother's house and entered into yet another ungodly relationship. However, this time we got married after 3 years of living together (both completely lost to the world, drunkenness and other sin bondage). In early 2008, the Lord began to release dreams to me that directed us to start attending a nearby Southern Baptist Church where we surrendered our lives to Jesus. It was during this time that God revealed Himself to each of us in an extremely real, supernatural way! Several months later, we moved across the country with our two children to an itty-bitty town in WV where we dwelt in the Appalachian area for four years (and baby number three joined the family). We attended a small, local church within which our foundation in the Word of God was established and we entered the world of ministry.
We knew at this point that there was no other path for our lives but to serve the true and living God! No turning back!
After our time in WV was fulfilled, we moved to OH where we were called to another rural-area church. We also gained permanent custody of our niece bringing our family to a size of six! We went through many trials in our marriage and family during this time. Sadly, instead of healing from the wounds of our marriage, we distracted ourselves with ministry and helping others. We made our first mission trip to Honduras, which was eye opening on a number of levels. Most ironically, to the great need of revival in the hearts of Americans! We also moved to the Columbus, OH area to join an urban church and continue mission work within the city of Columbus--specifically to extend love and hope to broken families, those who are homeless, impoverished and drug addicted, among a multitude of other detrimental life situations. On top of that, I spearheaded the missions program at our local church, developed a 12-week missions program and led multiple teams on mission into the heart of the Navajo Nation. To watch the power of God flow through this ministry and into the Native American population was beyond words! As amazing as the Lord showed Himself during this time, there were also major setbacks in our personal lives and marriage. After years of giving all of ourselves to the work of the ministry, our marriage crumbled. We resigned from the ministry and, unfortunately, could not endure the great trials, wounds and damage that had already been done. We both backslid into sin, our marriage dissolved and I had to spend much time healing and receiving restorative ministry.
Praise God, however, His grace is sufficient to bring us through the most devastating life events!
Today I can stand and give all praise and glory and honor to the Lord more than ever before! Through every trying event of the last several years, I can say that His mighty hand has been ever-present and His love, grace, and mercy beyond expectation! I have since remarried to an amazing Christian man and we have given ourselves to growing in the Lord together, fully understanding the desperate need for Christian marriages to prioritize the FIRST ministry in the home.
My heart burns with passion for both street ministry and world missions—with a piece of deep knowledge as well for the need for reform within what we today call "mission trips." As a "missionary" called to the city of Columbus I have seen many challenges within the urban mission field—a wide variety of opposing religious beliefs (and the accompanying hostility directed toward our outreach efforts), a heroin epidemic, alongside escalating social justice issues. By the grace of God, we are able to minister truth, hope, and reconciliation in the midst of it all!
I also see a reset in the body of Christ moving in the direction of house worship, local houses of prayer and true family/community living like the early church so clearly demonstrated for us. There is a strong need for Fathers and Mothers in the faith to arise for the next generation to come forth and take their place in the kingdom--all free from religious facades and walking in pure love for one another, secure in our identities (not our titles) as sons and daughters of the Most High! The need for transparency and vulnerability is at an all-time high and I pray to be one to keep the door wide open for true fellowship in Spirit and Truth with my kingdom family.
Amanda is willing to help serve other students at CLI!
Reach the German people with the Love of Christ. Bring Revival to Germany
Andreas Thissen, or "Andy" lives in Schwalmtal, Germany. He was born in 1982. He attended church in his younger life and the became distant from God for many years. Several years again one of his friends in Florida witnessed to him and he experienced renewal and was baptized in a Florida, USA church. He was not only saved but he was called into ministry.
He is paramedic and teacher for Emergency Medical Services in Germany. He started studying at Christian Leaders Institute in 2015. He has completed his bachelor degree in Divinity and he is ordained in the Christian Leaders Alliance. He is also colaborating on getting some ministry training classes in the German language.
He is open and willing to mentor others and help them get ordained in the Christian Leaders Alliance.
To bring Revival to the UK!
Andrew Nassau is married to Tracey, and they have four beautiful children. He grew up in a non-religious family and became very worldly. He served in the military and with the local police force.
While in the military, God sent him a padre who led him the Lord. After the military, Andrew served in his local church.
Andrew started classes at Christian Leaders Institute in 2014. He was ordained in 2017 as an Associate Minister with the Christian Leaders Alliance. He is willing to mentor CLI students and help them become ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance.
To Raise Up Revival Leaders!
My name is Andrew Simwanza. I am the founder and president of Chrisma Life Church, in Zambia, and author of the Kingdom Insight Devotional series. I have been resident of the ministry since September, 2015.
Early Life and Conversion
Read Andrew's Testimony:
I am the third born of five children; I was born in 1988. My parents were both health workers, but despite the fact, we were raised in the knowledge and fear of God. I did not give my life to Jesus until I was 10 April 1998 at the Nurses' Christian Fellowship, at Macha Mission Brethren In Christ Church (BICC).
Calling to Ministry
From the time I became a Child of God, I have always had the intense desire to share the new found salvation, the love, and the gospel. I found myself starting bible study groups, Christian singing, and ministering platforms in order to share the gospel. I didn't know that these were just the beginnings of a calling.
Because I was a very shy boy, public speaking was not one of my strong points, but I learned to master the fear through high school, at Chikankata High School, in Mazabuka. I also received confirmatory prophetic messages of the call on my life.
Until CLI, I had never had formal ministry training. I am now a graduate of the institution with Diploma of Ministry
To raise up a new generation of Christian Leaders through youth ministry and music
April Standfield is the pastor at God's Love Ministries Church. April has worked as a nurse and has a passson for helping people. April Competed minister training at Christian Leaders Institute in 2016. She was ordained as a Commissioned Minister in the Christian Leaders Alliance.
April has a passion for seeing souls saved through Jesus Christ. She has a history of winning souls through evangelism, helping in Ministry, and assisting in ways that God speaks to her heart on how to help.
April has planted God's Love Church. The focus of this church is bringing people to Christ and working for young families.
To raise up revival Christian Leaders in his community
Archie Smith is an Army veteran, a businessman, a minister of the Gospel, but most importantly a Child of the King. He accepted the gracious gift of Salvation at a tender age of 5 yrs. old and the call to preach the Gospel at the age of 12.
He is married to his beautiful wife and is the parental steward to 3 beautiful children.
His desire is to fulfill God's call on his life for ministry to the local community.
Archie began Christian Leaders Institute in 2015 and was ordained in 2017. He is willing to mentor local CLI students in their ministry training and assist them in the ordination process with Christian Leaders Alliance.
My assignment is to be a yielded vessel used to pour into the many lives of individuals across this country. We believe in the inerrant word of God and that all scripture is God-Breathed.