Freedom Conference Speakers
Jonathan Sanders came to Pentecostal Tabernacle in 2020. Prior to coming to Kerman, the Sanders traveled as Evangelists and served in Pastoral ministry in Brooklyn, New York and New Orleans, Louisiana. Married in 2003, Pastor and Sister Sanders have been blessed with five children- Charlie, Levi, Piper, Scarlet and Samuel. The Sanders family has a passion to lead people into a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.
Rev L. Lee Steward has served as Pastor of New Life Center for 28 years. Loves studying and teaching the Word of God and his daughter says he has memorized a million Scriptures. Pastor Steward attended Christian Life College and later served as associate Pastor under the late Bishop Kenneth Haney. He and his wife have 3 grown wonderful married children and 9 grands that he loves to spoil.
Charlene Steward serves as Pastor’s wife and retired Christian Educator. She helps educate busy people how to gain health and wellness in a simple easy method. She has won company weight loss challenges and she was featured on the local news for helping people keep fit during the quarantine.
Tina Royer works alongside her husband as he pastors a church in the Sacramento area, they have 3 wonderful children. She was raised in a family plagued by abuse and addiction, and she battled against these for years–even after she was baptized and received the Holy Ghost. Tina has taught English in the California Community College system for 15 years, she also teaches English and serves as the General Education Department Chair at Christian Life College. She is the author of Restoring Love, a book published by Pentecostal Publishing house.
Ray Lozado has more than 28 years working professionally in public service. He resorts his life experience, formal education and professional experience to assure community members have a real opportunity for redemption as a means to achieve overall public safety. He testified as a subject matter expert in the Sacramento County Superior Court, in the area of gangs. Having worked hands on with both juveniles and adults, he understands the impact of trauma and causation factors. He is currently working to interrupt the “school to prison pipeline” and strive toward the safety of our school community. He is a professional trainer and consultant with a variety of intervention and prevention organizations. He facilitates a variety of trainings related to building individual and community resilience as well as Mental Health First Aid. His qualification is seeded in redemption, anchored in salvation and relationship with Jesus.
Ray says, “It is by God’s grace, love, anointing and empowerment through the infilling of the Holy Spirit, I am honored to be in position to engage in the potential of every interaction as an opportunity to witness, disciple and minister to the needs of our most volatile community members. I am driven and in pursuit of purpose. With my understanding and accountability as a believer, I resort to Biblical truth as the core of training curriculum and educational forums.”
Danielle Cisneros is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 16 years of experience. Danielle works with teens, couples, adults and families. Currently Danielle runs her own Private Practice and works on a range of difficulties, from stress, anxiety, and depression, relationship problems with a specialty in addressing trauma and abuse issues. Danielle received a Bachelor of Arts from Christian Life College and her Master’s of Arts from Hope International University. Danielle is a Christian and enjoys incorporating faith into the therapeutic experience at the client’s pace.