Jason Sciscoe

Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Jason comes from a great heritage of apostolic ministry. He is a fourth-generation Pentecostal. Though born in St. Louis, Missouri, Jason spent his first fifteen years in Racine, Wisconsin, growing up in a pastor’s home. He received the Holy Spirit at the age of five and was baptized at the age of six. When Jason was eight, God called him to preach and confirmed His calling by giving Jason his first vision of mass evangelism at a junior camp when he was eleven. Jason preached his first revival three days after his sixteenth birthday and began full-time evangelism when he was eighteen.

Beyond the tremendous foundation of spiritual education given to him by his father, Pastor William Sciscoe, many other mighty men of faith worked extensively mentoring and tutoring him over a period of years.

In 1991, Jason moved to Columbus, Ohio, with his family. He married Kimberly Brown (his longtime friend and prayer partner) on May 3, 1996. They continued to evangelize together until becoming co-pastors of The Apostolic Church in Beaumont, Texas, on May 24, 2000. They worked with Senior Pastor Marvin L. Cole for four years.

In May of 2004, Jason and Kimberly Sciscoe launched their international ministry. In his more than twenty-five years of ministry, Jason has preached and ministered in churches, singles meetings, youth camps, international crusades, healing crusades, Holy Ghost crusades, and in prayer conferences in more than thirty states and eleven countries.

Kimberly Sciscoe

Chief Operating Officer

Kimberly (Brown) Sciscoe grew up under the ministry of Guy Roam in St. Louis, Missouri. She received a Bachelors Degree in Early Childhood and Elementary Education in 1990 and taught in Christian and Jewish schools for seven years before her marriage to Jason Sciscoe on May 3, 1996.

As a single young adult, she was involved in missions work in Costa Rica, Panama, Puerto Rico, and Spain. In her home church, she was active in outreach, in discipling new converts, and in teaching Bible studies at a drug rehab center. As a pastor’s wife, she organized ladies ministries groups, started a bus route for inner-city kids, directed outreach activities, and taught the Families Sunday school class.

Kimberly has written Sunday school literature for Word Aflame Publications and has had several articles published in Christian magazines. Kimberly’s book, The Busy Woman’s Guide to Soul Winning: Connecting People to God Everywhere You Go, is now available in the online store on this Web site. Kimberly is a motivational speaker for ladies’ conferences, churches, youth and singles events, and minister’s wives retreats.