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The Great Commonwealth of Virginia is proud to have with us Administrative Bishop Joseph Mirkovich and his wife Betty, who serves as our Women's Ministries Director. Bishop Mirkovich began his pastoral ministry planting churches in Virginia Church of God several years ago and considers this current appointment as Administrative Bishop as coming back home. He has previously served as the Administrative Bishop in New York, Texas, Alabama, and Mississippi. He has also served in leadership at Pathway Publishing.
We are thrilled to have the Mirkoviches back "home" with us here in Virginia.
Bishop David E. Hagee is a native of Virginia, where he began his ministry in 1970, serving as an evangelist. He has pastored for 26 years in the state of Virginia. He served as Evangelism and Ministerial Director from 1990 to 1994, and is currently the Ministerial Development Director, a position he has held since 1998. He has also been a member of the Virginia State Council, the Evangelism Board, and the Youth and Christian Education Board. He has chaired and served on many appointed boards and committees in Virginia, and his wife Janice has served on the Virginia State Women's Ministries Board and has been featured on state programs and at local churches. They have a desire to serve Virginia in reaping this last days' harvest.
The Carys join the Virginia team from the Kempsville Church of God in Virginia Beach, VA. They have two daughters, Ashley(married to Jonathan Coleman) and Amber.
Mark and Wanda have over 15 years of pastoral and youth ministry experience. Mark has served several terms on the Virginia State Council and the State Youth Board. Since 2001 Mark has acted as coordinator for state events such as Camp Meeting and Prayer Conference.
The Virginia State Office looks forward to a partnership with the Carys as they lead our state in youth ministry.
Dr. Alvarez was the former president of the Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries in Asia/Pacific and former Administrative Bishop of Church of God the Northeast Hispanic Region.He has also served as adjunct professor at Regent University's School of Divinity. He continues to serve as an academic mentor for graduate and post-graduate studies.
Dr. Alvarez provides training services to pastors and church leaders on ecclesiological and theological issues. He teaches church planting and development. As an educator he lectures internationally. He is an advisor and mentor of church planting and discipleship. He also trains local leaders of small group ministries.
Rev. Alvarez networks with a variety of organizations and Christian leaders internationally. He connects people and ministries that share similar purposes. He facilitates and connects leaders with resources available in different sites of the world.
We appreciate his ministry and are grateful for his willingness to be in partnership with us here in Virginia.