Lance, Co-director of Tekoa Missions, would be described by those close to him as a faithful servant of the Lord. One dedicated to his family and loyal to friends. Those who understand the pits from which God has drawn him possess evidence of redemptive power. Ultimately, he desires a ministry glorifying God both within the home and without, resulting in the multiplication of the Kingdom. He miraculously became a Christian at the age of 20. Since that time he has been fully entrenched in various forms of gospel medical missionary evangelism. Lance is blessed with his wonderful wife, Evita, and four healthy children, Zariah, Adianna, Sophia, and Lance Jr., he is a walking miracle and it is this most-humbling realization that fuels his desire to seek and serve those who Christ has bidden; educating and arming others to do the same.
Dwayne, Co-Director of Tekoa Missions, was brought by the Lord out of the darkness of a life of entertainment in the Hip-Hop and R&B culture as a professional dancer and choreographer to become a humble participant in bearing the light of God’s love in his local vineyard and beyond. More than anything else, Elder Lemon desires to make those who are young in age and youthful in experience know that you can truly live a surrendered life. He believes that medical missionary work and the three angels’ messages will help us prepare to meet the Lord. Elder Lemon is married to Alexandra, and they have four children: Jahred, Kayla, Kaleb, and Jada.
Andre, Co-Director of Tekoa Missions, gave his heart to Jesus at a very early age. He is a graduate of Oakwood College and was trained in personal evangelism at George King Institute. Evangelist Waller has a deep passion for the work of God and seeks to train more young workers to enter the missionary field, preparing souls to be reaped for glory when Christ returns. He has a volume of experience in gospel ministry as a literature evangelist, Bible instructor, educator, and evangelism coordinator. The Lord has blessed him with Alpha Waller (his lovely wife) and Nyasiah Channi Waller (daddy’s girl). He enjoys reading, nature, and spending time with his family.
Tatiana, Administrative assistant/ Women’s Dean was born and raised in New York City, sharing time between Brooklyn, the Bronx and Queens. It was not until her sophomore year in college that she was impressed to engage in full-time ministry. She has carried-out various outreach programs in New York City with Missionary Volunteer Movement and assisted in several programs in her local church. After college she decided to join Tekoa Missions as a missionary student to learn and to become a practical gospel medical missionary evangelist. She now serves at Tekoa as the Women’s Dean and Administrative Assistant. Her desire is to help Tekoa as a ministry that will be a blessing to others, for the students to reach their goals, and to help finish God’s work.
Kevin, Assistant treasurer/Men’s Dean at Tekoa Missions, gave his heart to the Lord as a senior finance student at the Pennsylvania State University after stumbling upon an evangelistic series on YouTube. Since that time he has worked as a Bible worker in California and a Bible teacher at Heritage Academy in Tennessee. Kevin’s great desire is to open an outpost center in the northeastern part of the United States for the training of workers and the evangelization of the cities. He enjoys rock climbing, hiking, and being in nature.
Erick is an experience craftsman and currently teaching wood working at Tekoa Missions. He is from Ridgewood, NY and went to Atlantic Union College for a Bachelors in business. He learned the importance of self-supporting work and trades through the writings of “Messages to Young People.” He has started his own business in wood working using his trade to be self-supporting. He also has a ministry called Evergreen. In his ministry along with his wife Silvie Perez they have done health presentation and teach and train young people how to work with their hands. His main goal in the class is to teach others how to set up their own businesses in self-supporting work. And also to teach the importance of having a trade according to the patterns of true education.