Herode was born in Petion-Ville, Haiti, and raised in the city of Port-au-Prince. In 1983 he became a Christian when he started reading the Bible and learned that this book was the truth.Herode was soon involved in door-to-door evangelism. The involvement in this ministry became his passion, and the Lord led him to a church where he got baptized.In 1991 Herode and Francois Vilmenay established the Christian Center for Integrated Development (CCID), which is a ministry that trains many pastors and leaders through seminars and conferences.
Kathryn assists Canon Faulstich in her work as COO and in the various areas of transition ministry including clergy transition, congregations involved in a search process, placement for seminary-track curates and bi-vocational pastoral leaders, discipline issues, and orientation for new clergy. She is responsible for maintaining the Clergy Supply List and the Clergy Manual and informing the Diocese of significant changes therein. Kathryn also manages Canon Faulstich's calendar.
Kellaura oversees clergy transition, congregations involved in a search process, placement for seminary-track curates and bi-vocational pastoral leaders, and clergy licensing work. She trains rector search committees for congregations preparing to call new rectors. Coordinates orientation for all clergy new to the Diocese. Contact her via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2008, Randy and his wife, Toni, moved to Sierra Leone. Randy taught at Evangelical College of Theology in the Freetown area, a seminary which trains many of the UB pastors in Sierra Leone Conference, and also engaged in agricultural development.
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