Elder Micheff entered the ministry as a pastor for the Rocky Mountain Conference in 1994. After several years, he accepted a call to pastor for the Michigan Conference. In 2000, he was invited to serve as director of the youth department and served in that capacity for about seven years. In 2007, he became the executive secretary for the Michigan Conference. He now serves as President of the Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Justin graduated from Southern Adventist University and Andrews Theological Seminary. In 2006 he accepted a call to the Michigan Conference, pastoring several churches, serving as district superintendent and as associate ministerial director. then accepting the call to serve as executive secretary. His wife, Chelli, serves as the ACSDR Director for the conference. Justin and Chelli love sharing their lives together in the Lord’s work. They have three children Elijah, Enoch, and Emma.
Ron graduated from Andrews University and served in the Indiana Conference for over twenty years before accepting the call to serve as the senior pastor at the Village SDA in Berrien Springs, Michigan. He is married to Collene, an elementary school teacher, and they have four nearly grown children. Ron enjoys wilderness canoe trips, mission travel, and working with his family and friends.
Joe served eight years as a pastor in MI Conference, including five years on the pastoral team at Village church. Joe is now serving as pastor as well as co-director of Total Health Spokane, a ministry that equips and deploys volunteers for missions to the cities. He and his wife, Ruthie, have two young children: Hudson and Joanna.They recently began an online children’s ministry called, “A Place to Do Something.”
Steven’s passion is to help men, women, boys and girls know who God is. He has dedicated the past twenty-one years of his life as a teacher and pastor to that one goal. Originally from Cleveland OH, where he met and married his wife Tamara; they now live and minister in the Metro Detroit area. Steven and Tamara have four children: Israel, Abigail, Gabriel, and Angel. Their passion is introducing people to Jesus and encouraging them to walk with him.
Moise grew up in a missionary family and served as the GYC President from 2015 until this past December.He continues to serve on its board. Moise enjoys teaching others about practical Christianity, and longs to see Jesus come in his lifetime. In addition to sharing his love for Jesus with others, Pastor Moise enjoys reading, training for triathlons, learning about foods from around the world, and spending time with his wife and two boys.
Bryce graduated from the Seminary at Andrews University, earning an MA in Religion with emphases in church history and systematic theology. He resides in southwest Michigan with his wife Sandy and their three children: Katie, Caleb, and Micah. Prior to moving to Michigan, Bryce had served as pastor in the Oregon and Indiana Conferences of Seventh-day Adventists.
Rodlie serves on the campus of Andrews University where he oversees evangelism and grow groups. He recently finished his Doctor of Ministry degree in Missional Leadership from Fuller Theological Seminary. He blogs regularly on modernekklesia.com and enjoys connecting with people that don’t know God. He’s married to Iveth, a special education teacher, and has two boys—Jonathan and Daniel.
Darryl joined the Metropolitan Church in 2015 after serving in theMichigan Conference for seven years. Pr. Bentley, his wife and ministry partner Ginger, and their children hail from North Carolina. With a passion for both winning souls to Christ and nurturing those who are already part of the family God, the Bentleys engage in active, full-time ministry, and love to travel, play music, and spend time with brothers and sisters in the Lord.
Phil attended a variety of school including Amazing Facts, Weimar, Southern, Andrews, and Wichita State.He graduated pre-med and business and has pastored in the Michigan conference for twelve years.He also enjoyed being the narrator of the documentary “Light UnShackled.” Phil is grateful to be in ministry with his wife, Lindsey, and their daughter, Chloe.