Pastor Rob and his wife, Jennifer, have been married for over 20 years. They have two children, Avery and Miles.
Born and raised in Richmond, Pastor Rob has been ministering in Richmond for the last 25 years. He received a Doctor of Ministry degree from Union Presbyterian Seminary in 2004 with an emphasis on the spiritual impact of urban culture on Generation X.
Pastor James and his wife, Beth, have been married for over 28 years. They have two adult children and one grandchild.
Born and raised in Richmond, Pastor James grew up in an urban neighborhood where his first coat was given to him by a local church. He knows the importance of ministry to the "least of these" as well as to athletes. He serves as Character Coach for the Meadowbrook High School football team through Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
He received a Bachelor of Science Business Administration in 1997 from Virginia Commonwealth University. A Master of Arts Religion (Christian Leadership) in 2012 from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Educational Ministry degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. Pastor James also has a passion for urban and global missions having served in the slums of Kiberra, Nairobi and in the countries of Turkey and Israel. You can follow him on Fb James Reid.
Pastor Sonny and his wife, Amby, met and were married in the ministry. They have 3 beautiful daughters, Khyra, Nevaeh and Seeri.
Pastor Sonny has lived and worked his whole life in Richmond VA. He has been involved with the church doing inner city ministry since 2004; everything from coaching to mentoring or outreach to after school programs. Pastor Sonny was the site supervisor for the Violence Free Zone at George Wythe High School for 5 years and believes that real change comes from developing relationships with the families he encounters.
Today, you will find Pastor Sonny doing outreach ministry whenever and wherever he can. He believes God has given him a vision to help raise up an army of people to serve the Lord and bring them not into a religion, but into a deeper relationship with their savior, Jesus Christ, through outreach ministry.”