Governing & Advisory Council
Jim has been a forerunner in the apostolic reformation, having modeled the heart and role of a Spirit filled apostle for many years. His heart is to see others come into the fullness of their calling. In the realm of strategic missions Jim has been a leader in sending, supporting and going. He pastored the historic and well-known Beverly Hills Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas for many years, successfully transitioning the church into becoming an Antioch style apostolic center. In recent years, due to many leaders looking to him for oversight, God has used him to birth an apostolic network called Federation of Ministers and Churches, an ever growing family of Ephesians 4 leaders and local churches. Jim Hodges is a man with an amazing teaching anointing that enables him to communicate deep revelations of the Kingdom of God and the role of the church in these last days with extreme clarity. His understanding of five-fold ministry, team leadership, local church government, the move of the Holy Spirit and of the current apostolic reformation sweeping the earth make Jim one of the leading apostolic voices of our time.
Jim is also a graduate of Wheaton College and Central Baptist Theological Seminary, and served as Bible instructor and mission’s director for 10 years at Christ For The Nations Institute in Dallas, TX. Jim and his wife, Jean, founded and pastored two churches. Jim has ministered in over 40 nations. Jim and Jean reside in the Dallas area.
Dr. Tim Hamon
Dr. Tim Hamon has a passion to see every saint equipped to fulfill his or her ministry call and thereby help the Body of Christ grow toward perfection. Tim serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Christian International Ministries Network and is President of the Christian International School of Theology. He earned his Doctorate of Philosophy in Organizational Leadership from Regent University in Virginia Beach. Tim Hamon worked in business for many years and has been an ordained minister since 1988. With this background he brings a full range of business, education, and ministry experience to his teaching. Tim and Karen Hamon reside in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida. They have four children and four grandchildren.
Dr. Hope Taylor
Hope serves as Director of International Leadership Embassy in Washington, D.C. He is the Apostolic Leader of Church of the King in La Grange, Georgia. In 1989, Hope and Debra planted Church of the King after serving as an associate pastor for seven years with two pastors in two local churches. He has served many years in leadership for the Regional Ministers Fellowship, a network of church leaders with a vision for unity in the body of Christ and regional transformation. Hope also serves on the apostolic leadership team of the Federation of Ministers and Churches, an international, apostolic network for churches and leaders.
In 1981, Hope graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Ministry from Melodyland School of Theology in Anaheim, California. He has done extensive studies in the Masters in Counseling program at Liberty University and in 2002 received his Doctor of Ministry from Christian Life School of Theology.
Hope and Debra have been married since 1976 and have two daughters Meredith and Kinley.
Pamela K. Anderson
Pamela is founder and director of International Synergy Center , a ministry functioning as an apostolic teaching ministry with a prophetic anointing. Her assignment and mission is to build the global house of God. She believes the urgency of this hour is to open our hearts to receive new revelation and to reach the full stature of Christ. As the Church enters this new era in the Kingdom, new anointing and power are available to those who will believe and take action. This critical time calls for new levels of boldness, courage and strength. Pamela's passion is to network ministers and leaders who share the vision to set nations ablaze with the power of God. Pamela has been involved with pioneering the International Breakthrough Ministries (IbM) apostolic network. She is on the Apostolic Council and Vice President of Operations. She has helped to lead IbM teams who ministered in Afghanistan (2002 and 2003), Sri Lanka and Costa Rica . She is a member of the International Coalition of Apostles (2004).
She and her husband, B.J., attend High Point Church in Arlington , Texas . They reside in the Fort Worth , Texas area and have two grown daughters and two grandsons who serve the Lord.
Dutch Sheets is the Founder of Dutch Sheets Ministries located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the author of several books, including his best-seller "Intercessory Prayer", and is a contributing author to many more.
Dutch is fervent in empowering believers for passionate prayer and world-changing revival. He, along with Chuck Pierce, recently completed a mandate from the Lord visiting all 50 states proclaiming breakthrough and re-digging the wells of revival for these regions.
Dutch, along with Ceci his wife of 27 years, their 2 children Sarah and Hannah, and their 3 dogs make their home at the base of the Rocky Mountains.
Dr. Sandy Grady
Sandy is a part of the National Apostolic Council for USSPN and the DC Coordinator. She is the founder and director of the Virginia Prayer Network and the Prayer Coordinator for WallBuilders. With her own ministry, The Master's Keys, she works with governments at all levels in leading prayer and in teaching the Word of God. She often travels internationally as a teacher and apostle of prayer.
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