Rev. Stephen Michael Leach, founder and visionary.  Rev. Leach comes from a rich and vibrant Holiness-Pentecostal heritage in the United States. Since his ordination in the fall of 2002 he maintained a full time evangelistic and missionary ministry in the United States, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, the Fiji Islands, and Australia.   Rev. Leach has been blessed with a gift for clearly articulating the message of Holiness and calling the global Church to come into full possession of Her Pentecostal birthright and blessing.  The Lord has used him mightily to bridge the gap between nations and races of people long divided by the stain of racism.  

 

Rev. Stephen Michael Leach, founder and visionary. 

Rev. Leach comes from a rich and vibrant Holiness-Pentecostal heritage in the United States. Since his ordination in the fall of 2002 he maintained a full time evangelistic and missionary ministry in the United States, Papua New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, the Fiji Islands, and Australia.  

Rev. Leach has been blessed with a gift for clearly articulating the message of Holiness and calling the global Church to come into full possession of Her Pentecostal birthright and blessing. 

The Lord has used him mightily to bridge the gap between nations and races of people long divided by the stain of racism.  

  Lucy Isoaimo-Irish, Council of Elders Mrs. Irish is originally from Central Province in Papua New Guinea and now calls the American state of California home. Mrs. Irish: "I can smile at the future because God is in it. It is my fervent prayer for souls to be saved. That the Lord would grant me the grace to give up my own rights for the sake of His greater plan. I love to serve as a volunteer leader at Awana/Cubbies, and the Children's Hunger Fund here in California. My life verse is found in Proverbs 3:5-6. I trust that GOD has our best interest even through life's storms. God is in control even in circumstances that we may not like. One thing I ask of the Lord daily is wisdom to love and serve, and to see things through God's eyes."

 

Lucy Isoaimo-Irish, Council of Elders

Mrs. Irish is originally from Central Province in Papua New Guinea and now calls the American state of California home.

Mrs. Irish: "I can smile at the future because God is in it. It is my fervent prayer for souls to be saved. That the Lord would grant me the grace to give up my own rights for the sake of His greater plan. I love to serve as a volunteer leader at Awana/Cubbies, and the Children's Hunger Fund here in California. My life verse is found in Proverbs 3:5-6. I trust that GOD has our best interest even through life's storms. God is in control even in circumstances that we may not like. One thing I ask of the Lord daily is wisdom to love and serve, and to see things through God's eyes."