Randy serves as the Senior Leader of the Gate Church of the High Desert in Victorville, California. He is also the Overseer and Executive Director of Kingdom Alliance of International Ministries, a network of churches and ministries in the United States, Africa, Southeast Asia and CentralAmerica.
Randy received his undergraduate education from Tennessee Temple University, Chattanooga, Tennessee and Baptist University in Atlanta. His post graduate work was done at Southern Seminary, Immanuel Baptist Seminary and Jacksonville Theological Seminary earning his MA in Religion and Doctorate in Theology.
Randy and his wife Tammy have four grown married children all serving in ministry and 17 grandchildren.
Rev. David G. Shay has a passion to see God's covenant people equipped and empowered to rebuild, repair and restore the wasted places of this world to the glory of Christ Jesus. He serves as Minister of Word and Sacrament at Living Church International in Summerville, Pennsylvania; as headmaster of Christ Dominion Academy; and as a senior leader in Kingdom Ministries USA.
He and his wife Emily met while attending Oral Roberts University and have served in local, national and international ministry for the last thirty years.
Dennis L. Cole, a pastor for 40 years ministering in the power of the Holy Spirit, has counseled hundreds of people while witnessing the Lord’s deliverance and restoration of those who had been imprisoned by bondages of shame, broken relationships, and addictions.
Dennis is the senior pastor of LifeGate Church located in Northern Kentucky. LifeGate is a vibrant, relationship-based congregation committed to transforming lives and communities for the Kingdom of God both at home and internationally, including Thailand, Central America, Nigeria, Trinidad, and our own Navajo Native Americans. vision, He also is the Regional Director for Kingdom Ministries USA (KMUSA).
Dennis and his wife, Sheila are the parents of 6 adult children and 20+ grandchildren. Dennis, an avid outdoorsman and knife-maker, is fondly called “The Bear” by his Navajo Christian brothers, and “Pops” by his grandkids.
Central America - Nicaragua
East Africa - Kenya
Southeast Asia - India
Southeast Asia - Cambodia