To raise up Christan Leaders for revival. To reach teens for Christ and plant a house church.
Antonia and her husband Toran serve the Lord together in ministry. She has two children and has planted a house church together.
Her walk with Christ strengthened after she met her husband to be around 2008. They were married in 2010. She has a passion for teens and their struggles.
Antonia began her studies at Christian Leaders Institute in 2017 and was ordained in 2018. She and her husband are willing to mentor CLI students in their ministry training and ordination with the Christian Leaders Alliance.
To raise up revival leaders in South Africa!
Bernice Landman was raided in aa Christian family, and she attended church and got baptized at a young age.
She is blessed with a wonderful Christian husband, and they adopted a son named, Tashmain.
She sensed the call into ministry and began Christian Leaders Institue in 2016. She became ordained in 2017. Bernice is willing to mentor those seeking to complete their ministry training and complete the ordination process in Christian Leaders Alliance.
To pray, encourage and mentor fellow Christian leaders in Ohio.
My name is Miranda and I live in Hamilton, Ohio USA (just north of Cincinnati). I serve at Whitewater Crossing Christian Church as an small group assistant to 6th grade girls the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month. I also attend/serve at Miamitown Church of Christ. I teach a small class of Junior High students at MCC.
Coming to Christ
At a young age, I went to live with my grandparents in Florida. My grandparents were the first ones to take me to church and played such a vital role in getting me started with my faith. I have loved Jesus ever since. I do not have the kind of testimony that so many others have regarding coming to know Jesus. I can barely remember a time not knowing Jesus since I was so young when my grandparents first took me to church. However, my testimony is a testimony of how my faith got me through some of the darkest days of my life. My teen years were rough. I was depressed, had low self-esteem, and endured various forms of abuse. God saw me through those days and He watched over me. I do not know how my life would have gone had I not held onto my faith and trusted God would see me through.
At this time in my ministry journey, I volunteer in the Student Ministry at two churches. I also lead a community Bible Book Club once a month. I hope to teach an adult Bible class before long. I would love to teach a weekly Christian Studies class.
I was able to get my ordination service on Feb 6th, 2018. I met with the pastor and the elders of one of my churches and we discussed what the ordination from CLI means for me as far as a ministry. They agreed to hold a small service for me right before their elder and staff meeting. There wasn't much to the service. It was as simple as a service can be. The pastor and three elders went over a litany with me and we had a prayer then the laying on hands.
I feel as though the Deacon Minister Ordination will assist me in my ministry because it adds credibility to my training. I think of it as verification. I have been “verified”. The ordination verifies that not only have I had quality ministry training, but I also have three witnesses that can “verify” that my walk with God is well enough to go into ministry. I say “well enough” because we are never perfected in our walk and are always on a path of drawing closer to God.
I also completed the Women's Minister Ordination and am now working toward earning the Diploma of Divinity at CLI.
To help women connect to Christ and to raise up more woman warriors for Christ
Catherine Camelo is happily married to Robert. They have two daughters. They moved from Columbia to Mexico in 2012 to homeschool their daughter.
Catherine and Robert continue to grow in a living relationship with Christ. Catherine senses the calling into ministry.
She stated Christian Leaders Institute in 2017 and was ordained in 2018. Catherine has the calling to lead women to grow in Christ.
Catherine is willing to mentor Spanish or English speaking students in their ministry training or ordination into the Christian Leaders Alliance.
Help Raise up Women Revival leaders in the UK. She has a passion to minister the gospel of Jesus Christ
Josephine Musonza graduated in 2009 as a Clinician. She currently working in a healthcare setting, providing holistic care to the community.
She is called to use her ministry training as a bi-vocational Christian Leader.
She is willing and ready to mentor others in her area in their ministry training and through their ordination process with Christian Leaders Alliance.
To minister to those experiencing lost in chaplaincy! Also, to mentor and encourage other Christian Leaders.
Kelly Boland was adopted into a family that didn't go to church except on holidays and told her she was free to believe whatever it is that she wanted and she was always interested in religion and spirituality. When she moved, she met a neighbor who became her best friend and her family would invite Kelly to church every Sunday. Kelly was so excited to go and join her, however, when she would go to church with her and her family she would get grounded upon returning home. Unfortunately, her family moved a couple years later and there was no way for her to continue to attend this particular church. She went to many different churches teaching many different things and was baptized into 6 different religions. She absolutely love reading the word and immersing herself into the churches activities.
She has had all four grandparents pass away, as well as friends, neighbors, and a boyfriend long ago. She remember when my grandfather was going to and from chemotherapy and he was was sick all the time. She would sit with him and tell him she loved him. She was 16 at the time, and she was told a lot to go outside or leave the room. She wanted to console him and her Grandma too! She remember sitting with him and hearing him talk about what heaven would be like and how he was ready to see his mom and dad again and how she shouldn't be afraid for him or worry because he would be with Jesus. A passion has been ignited within Kelly, since that day, to bring word of God's love to those who are sick or dying through Chaplaincy or being a Funeral Minister and to give hope to their families that they will see their loved ones again and how to have a relationship with Jesus Christ, who makes it possible.
Kelly was ordained as a Women's Minister in 2018 with the Christian Leaders Alliance!
Inspired by the Word of God as a new believer in her early 20’s Laurie started writing poems and giving them to friends, family, and associates as the Lord would lead as a way to express her faith and love for Jesus
Her ministry dream is to partner with other Christian leaders, ministries, churches and outreach centers to teach, disciple and mentor new Women believers and Women's Christian Leaders. Her passion is the women are fully rooted and grounded in the word in order to avoid going astray or shipwrecking their faith. She has written devotionals for women.
Laurie has a pastor’s heart for women, who were raised in the church but have fallen away, or baby Christians that were not disciplined and never grew their faith. The Lord has put so many of them in them in her path; disillusioned by legalism and “religion” they are hungry for Gospel of truth and grace. She has ministered to women who have been successful in business but found their lives empty.
Rebecca's ministry dream to save souls and change lives for Jesus Christ. It her ministry dream to empower God's people through the preaching and teaching of His Word from the Bible.
Rebbecca have been a born-again Christian since 1994. Prior to giving her life to the Lord, She had been meeting different men who shared the gospel with her and prayed for her, but she was determined not to get saved. One night, while She was out getting ready to get drunk, the Lord sent a man into the bar to talk to me about Jesus. He just happened to know her sister and her boyfriend and asked for a personal introduction to Rebbeca.
Once they were introduced to each other, they spent the rest that time in that bar connecting with each other. After the bar closed, they sat in her car and talked. He told Rebbeca about having recently gotten saved and how much he loved his church. Then he invited Rebecca to church. They became friends and eventually, Rebecca went to church with him. When she walked in the door of the church, she felt like she had come home. Eventually she gave my life to the Lord. She has gone to church ever since.
Rebecca married that man. He became a pastor.
Her husband and she minister at the local level at their church. She has learned so much they wished they had known when they started. She shares her training with her husband the pastor of the church.
Rebecca is willing to mentor and help with local ordinations for people in her region.
I am Shaleen Reddy, I am from Durban. I have been dedicated to my studies with CLI and have gained such valuable sound doctrines through this journey. Ministry has been satisfying beyond my wildest dreams, it has been a continuation of renewed faith through various courses. I am so excited to have further added to my studies the Life coaching set of skills and ordained small group minister skills. I am so proud to have completed my Woman's ministry course and feel the lord using my skills and training wherever I go. Thank you Jesus for using me as your vessel, thank you that your miracles are all around to encourage us daily and I am looking forward to allowing the Lord just to fuel this passion that I feel. How amazing to have phenomenal teachers and CLI on this journey of discovery with me.
To help raise up Christian Leaders for Revival in Georgia
Sabrina Hayes is married to her husband Christopher since the late 1990s. They have three beautiful girls.
She has walked with the Lord for most of her life and also has felt the call into ministry.
Our family life centers around entrepreneurship and ministry. She is the founder of a retreat-based women's ministry called Sanctuary Girl.
Sabrina started CLI in 2017 and became ordained with the Christian Leaders Alliance that year.
Sabrina is willing to mentor other Christian Leaders Institute graduates with their ministry training and their ordination process through the Christian Leaders Alliance.