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To Be a Minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ
Anson A Varughese was saved in 2009 when Jesus was revealed to him and convicted him of his sin. Shortly after this he was called into ministry.
Anson started Christian Leaders Institute in 2013. He was ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance in 2015. He is willing to mentor others at Christian Leaders Institute including help them go through the ordination process with Christian Leaders Alliance.
To raise up revival leaders!
Arthur Kufahakutizwi Mutambara is from Harare Zimbabwe. Born in the year 1970 in a Christian family. Arthur is married to Pamela and they are blessed with two daughters. He lives in a country that defies all the odds to survive, Zimbabwe.
In the face of all the challenges that Zimbabwe goes through, it is are a nation hungry for God.
It has always been Arthur’s desire to teach and mentor others. However, he could not dare start doing this without a formal course that would provide him with the required expertise. Arthur knew he is called to bring revival to his community. He had no clue how he could accomplish his calling. Therefore, he searched the web for high-quality free online Bible school classes suitable for ministry training.
When Arthur came across Christian Leaders Institute, he knew that this would be his new home. He hungrily registered. Then, after starting and a few months of hard work resulted in his ordination. He also completed his Commissioned Pastor Diploma. Arthur started CLI in 2016 and has completed over 100 credit hours thus far! Through CLI, Arthur found exposure to quality training. He has always had a desire of working for the community in which he grew up. Arthur was greatly inspired by the Prophet Anna, the daughter of Penuel in Luke 2:37. Anna is said to have worked daily in the temple of the Lord. It is Arthur’s intention to dedicate my time to the work of God.
Raising up and mentoring CLI leaders in your area!
To raise up revival leaders!
Caroline started CLI in 2015 and since then has completed 40 credit hours with an officiant minister certificate.
My name is Caroline James, I live in a coastal city called Durban in South Africa. I am a mother to three grown-up children all of whom are married. I have five grandchildren whom I adore!
I have always loved the Lord from a very young age and have felt a strong call of God on my life. I am very blessed to be able to minister in the Hospitals to the sick. I generally minister to the hospice patients and I am always so humbled and undone by God's incredible goodness and mercy. The training which I have received through CLI has helped me to grow in so many different ways. It has also given me the knowledge I need to fulfill God's calling for my life. I believe that I am called to minister to the sick and set the captives free as I have deep compassion for people who are hurting and in need. And of course most importantly to tell the world about the love of Jesus.
I would like to thank CLI for providing such outstanding high-quality Ministry training and I shall certainly continue with my studies.
If you feel lead to pray for me, please may I ask that you pray that I fulfill God's plan and purpose for my life.
To raise up more revival leaders
Christian Ferris is married to Brenda. They have two children Jordan (21), and Olivia (16). He served in the US Army directly out of high school. Christian did two tours of combat, one in Panama for "Operation Just Cause" and the second being "Operation Desert Shield/ Storm."
Over the past 22 years, He has had many vocations including Salesman, CPS Investigator, Middle School Teacher, and Insurance Broker. After a financial setback, but God used this opportunity to revive his faith and call him to ministry. He has served various ministry positions at his local church.
Christian began Christian Leaders Institute in 2017 and he was ordained in 2018. He is already mentoring CLI students and is willing to help more. Contact him by email.
To raise up more Christian Leaders for North Carolina revival.
Anthony Craig Smith, who goes by his middle name, "Craig." Craig is married and has two children, who they homeschool. He was raised in a Christian home and spent most of his education in a Christian school. He was saved in the third grade.
Craig called to home disciple his family with his wife. Craig started Christian Leaders Institute in 2016 and was ordained 2017. He is willing to mentor new CLI students and assist them through the ordination process.
To help train and support Christian Leaders in his area!
Dale Parker is from White River Junction Vermont. He is 61 years old, he was widowed at the end of 2016.
Growing up his family always had a strong faith. His grandfather founded a church, his uncle a church planter, there has been a long line of church builders in his family history. His father went home to the Lord when I was a teenager. The minister of one of his dads relatives came to his house to try and explain Jesus to him. Dale knew more about the Lord than the Pastor did. Dale turned away from religion at about 18 years old.
He still had a strong faith and studied on his own returning to bible studies in my late 20's, At that time a good friend was having home bible studies. Finding the saving grace of God was such an effervescent feeling he knew the way to go. Soon his studies took me beyond what he was teaching.
In the area he lives there are many churches, and non christian religions. Most fall short of knowing and teaching the word of God.
CLI will help him fulfill the dreams of helping to save more of Gods children. With a house church ministry, and with Gods help, pastor of a church. He is now leading prayer meetings, and bible studies. When he was ordained with CLI as a Officiant Minister in 2018 his local church has asked him to assist, leading the congregation when the senior pastor is away.
To share the Gospel of Christ and be God's faithful leader! Also, support and mentor other CLI students!
Dana Rioux have always been a Christian, born in a small USA town to a French Catholic family and attended parochial school taught by Franciscan sisters until grade 8. He became an altar boy during those years and received religious instruction from the sisters until I entered high school.
He lived in a strict family environment where they recited the rosary every night as a family. Completed a bachelor's degree in Teacher Education with a specialization in French. After some years of teaching, he returned to college and earned a master's degree in the Teaching of French (M.A.T.) His wife Jean and him were married in a Methodist Church and have no children.
He is currently a Deacon for the Washburn Church in Sherman, Maine and has been providing worship services for the past four months. CLI training is important to Dana and he hopes that this pathway will provide the background that will enable me to continue to do so. His church no longer has a minister and the congregation has asked him to continue as its spiritual leader.
Dana Rioux feels privileged to be able to serve God in this way and hope that this new endeavor will enhance his knowledge of the Holy Scriptures and will enable him to deliver to others, as God calls him to do.
To raise up Christian Leaders in my region.
Daniel Jagessar was born on the island of New Providence in the Bahamas. Daniel has completed his Bachelor's of Science Degree in Physics & Engineering concentrating in Pre-Engineering.
Daniel has been walking with the Lord for many years. He is called to bi-vocation ministry. Daniel started Christian Leaders Institute in 2017 and was ordained in 2018. He is willing and ready to mentor Christian Leaders Institue student and help them through the ordination process at Christian Leaders Alliance.
To serve as an ordained leader and mentor other Christian leaders.
David Dumas is married to my wonderful wife for 16 years and they have two sons. He has a job as a security services provider.
Read in David's word a little bit about him:
"I was a late comer to the Christian Faith, if not for my wife I may have never found my way here. I joined the church which my wife attended in 2009 after attending for a time prior to. I found that it afforded me time to be a positive influence for my oldest son (my youngest had not arrived yet).
I have decided to pursue ministry training and this path as a way to spread the word I have come to hold dear. My community as well as others are in need of more people to spread God's good word and works. I hope moving forward to aid my community as a chaplain to our local law enforcement agencies, to our troubled youth, and eventually as a Pastor to my Church. I have no vision of grandeur, or fame, no hopes of becoming a monetarily rich man. I want to be rich in life to fill the lives of others with the word of God and news of the coming of our Savior Jesus Christ."
David is an ordained Officiant Minister with the Christian Leaders Alliance.