Bishop Frank Ofosu-Appiah

Founder and Senior Pastor

Frank Ofosu-Appiah is the founder and Senior Pastor of All Nations Church. He is also the General Overseer of the Living Springs International Churches where he has apostolic oversight over several churches and organizations across the world. With a call to ministry beginning in 1981, Pastor Frank has drawn on his apostolic and pastoral mantle to impact countless churches, leaders and individuals. His ministry crosses boundaries of ethnicity, class, gender, and denomination. Pastor Frank combines his keen sense of humor with a dynamic teaching style that translates complex biblical principles into practical applications. With a heart of compassion for the broken and downtrodden, his messages have been known to motivate and encourage the people of God to maximize their God-given potential. He is an author and a noted educator, and the president of the INSTITUTE of LEADERSHIP EXCELLENCE And DEVELOPMENT (iLEAD). Pastor Frank and his wife, Mary, live in the Atlanta area.  

David Heredia

President, Revival International Network

David Heredia is president of Revival International Network. He functions as the Apostle of the network bringing design, clarification and impartation to the next generation. He is also the Senior Pastor at Revival International Center Worcester. Apostle David has over 20 years of teaching scripture and conference speaking. He has traveled extensively, bringing the present truth to Brazil, Honduras, Africa, Bolivia, Dominican Republic, etc. He confesses that his greatest ministry is being a husband. He has been married for 24 years to Teresita Heredia. Their children’s names are Erika, Christian, and Daniel. They all join him in ministry. Apostle David has been called to empower the next generation and act as a catapult in the apostolic reformation.

Zenzo Matoga

Founder and Visionary, UNOW

Zenzo and his wife Michelle planted Impact Church in Medford, MA, and it has grown exponentially in a short 2 years, reaching over 1,000 people. They launched their second service in 2017 with a third one coming on Easter of 2018. Zenzo is also the founder and leader of UNOW, a New England-wide worship night, attracting thousands of people to worship Jesus in unity. Zenzo is an author of two books and also a songwriter whose songs have charted on Christian billboards. Zenzo is happily married to his wife Michelle and together they’ve been blessed with four children: Zenzo Jr., Sarah, Joshua and Anaya.

Eric Torkornoo

Eric K. Torkonoo is a Vice President of TD Bank NA.  He’s worked with the bank for the last 15 years in different capacities having evolved from retail banking to commercial and industrial underwriting and origination. His current role for the last decade or so is that of Relationship Manager and Originator in commercial and industrial banking

He is passionate, resourceful, and determined to help businesses grow, primarily by developing lending and banking portfolio for new and existing clients by providing advice on complicated lending structures. Eric maintains a close relationship with the Small Business Development Center at Clark University to assist and help finance unique start-up ventures.

 A very community driven and focused person, Eric volunteers his time to community organizations as a means of giving back and demonstrating appreciation and commitment to the community of Worcester.  He has served as director and incorporator on various advisory boards and continues to do so.  These include Accion USA Boston Chapter (Micro lending New England Region), Better Business Bureau Worcester County Chapter, Preservation Worcester, Mass Audubon Worcester, American Red Cross, United Way Worcester, Central Mass Chamber of Commerce, Education Foundation Board of Worcester Chamber of Commerce, Worcester community Foundation, Worcester Professional Diversity Round Table and Worcester Research Bureau.  Furthermore, he mentors young minority international students from Africa, assisting them in their transitioning process.

Eric is married with two children.‎ He lives and work in Worcester. When he is not working or serving the community, he enjoys entertaining family, golfing with friends, attending jazz & classical concerts and international traveling.‎

He earned his business administration degree from Babson College.

Richard Gonzalez

Director, Net of Compassion

Richard (Richie) Gonzalez is the Founder and Director of Net of Compassion as well as the Pastor at Restorer of Broken Bridges Church Inc. He is also the director of Hotel Grace, a cold-weather shelter for the homeless, which opens its doors when the mercury drops below 32 degrees. He also serves as a board member for the Latin American Health Alliance, an organization with the mission to identify and address the significant health disparities that exist for Latinos/Latinas living in the greater Worcester area.   Richie was born into a very dysfunctional home with alcohol, drugs, and violence. At the age of 2, he lost his father to alcoholism and by 7 was already on the street. Richie spent 27 years battling addiction and 17 of those years in and out of prison. By the grace of God, Richie is now a strong believer in Christ, a husband and a father. As he puts it, he is now "a man that loves God, loves people, and loves his community."

Monica Aryitey

Co-Pastor, Faith Fellowship Ministries Int.

Monica Aryitey is the First Lady and Co-Pastor of Faith Fellowship Ministries Int. located in Worcester, MA. The second of four children, Monica was brought up in a Christian home where her parents instilled in their children the love of God and the importance of serving in the house of God. As such, she grew up delighting in all things church. In Faith Fellowship, she heads the women’s ministry, Women of Faith, spearheading women’s retreats and annual women’s conferences attended by women from local churches and beyond. Her passion is to empower women and to see them—irrespective of their ages, backgrounds or education levels —succeed in their calling, whether in ministry or in the secular world. She firmly believes that women are as important as men in God’s Kingdom and in the secular world and must therefore always seek to make significant contributions wherever they find themselves. This belief of hers is rooted in her upbringing, as her father never saw her gender as a limiting attribute. He always encouraged her to dream big and to never see anything as being impossible for her. She yearns for young girls and young women see themselves in the same light. Although she has always been involved in ministry, whether in singing, teaching children and teens, or doing whatever was needed, being this deeply involved was not always part of her plan. Co-pastoring Faith Fellowship, however, has been a most rewarding journey next to raising her children: Joseph, Jude and Faith. In her free time, she likes to write, read or just spend time with her family. She holds a bachelor and master's degrees in law. She was called to the Ghana Bar in 2002, the New York State Bar in 2009, and the Massachusetts Bar in 2016.

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