Pastor Joe Nwokoye
Pastor Joe was born into poverty on the 28th of June 1959 in Nigeria West Africa. He was born into a large Catholic family. His parents late Clement Chukwurah and late Beatrice Nwamu Nwokoye loved the Lord and brought up all the children to work hard and trust God in all things. Pastor Joe spent part of his early life serving the Catholic priest in Ihiala Nigeria, where everyone thought he would become a Catholic Priest. Pastor Joe did not have an easy educational life, going in and out of the high school due to lack of money.
After he was healed by the laying of hands, he began to seek more about the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. In 1983, through his friend Pastor Anselm Madubuko, he gave his life to Jesus Christ and was called into the Ministry.
Pastor Anselm introduced him to the Archbishop V.C.Onuigbo and Rev.Dr.Chris Joda, under whose ministry he served faithfully before leaving the country. He was also close to and was influenced by the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa. Pastor Joe has pioneered churches and travels to different parts of the world spreading the good news. He currently resides in Scotland with his family.
Pastor Marvin Andrews
Marvin Andrews was born in San Juan, Trinidad and Tobago, in 1975. He is an extraordinary footballer whose talent has seen him quickly progress from barefoot kickabouts on the dusty streets of his Caribbean neighbourhood to top-flight Scottish football and over 100 international appreances with "Soca Warriors" Trinidad and Tobago. Begining his professional career with Trinidian club Carib FC in 1995, he came to Scotland in 1997, where his achievements include a Scottish Leauge Cup win with Livingston in 2003-04 and a Premier Leauge title win with Rangers in 2004-05. He currently plays in defence for Raith Rovers.
He is also an Assistant Pastor at Zion Praise Center International, Kirkcaldy, Scotland.