Jeff and Lisa Godsey are the founding pastors of The US Christian Ministers Association and the International Christian Ministers Association (USCMA/ICMA) of Jacksonville, North Carolina. Jeff has been actively involved in ministry for nearly 45 years. He has a great understanding of the Word of God and walks in the gifts of healing, deliverance, and teaching. Jeff has worked with Campus Crusade for Christ, Bill Gothard’s Institute of Basic Youth Conflicts, he is on the Advisory Counsel for Living Truth (a ministry focused on indigenous ministries in Pakistan), and is on the Board of Directors for Joy2India. He has a heart to help others fulfill their call to ministry. Lisa is a prayer warrior and has the gifts of healing, deliverance, and word of knowledge. She has a heart to help others, especially the disadvantaged and homeless and God has blessed her efforts over the years while helping others.
Naomi Colbert is the ICMA's Intercessory Prayer Team Leader.
A woman who has dedicated her life to the service of our Lord and Savior. She has worked for various ministries in the United States, including Trinity Broadcast Network (TBN).
Naomi joined the ICMA in 2017 and has been a powerhouse for God. We knew right away that she was the right person for the job.
Naomi has been asked to several national prayer events and is respected around the world.
We are grateful to have her as part of our team.
One of the ICMA's most vocal pastors, Ed Kies, has such a heart for the people of India. After several mission trips where he witnessed the oppressed lives of Christians in India Ed formed a 501(c)3 non-profit ministry called Joy2India.
This ministry is currently feeding hundreds of people each week that would otherwise starve.
The ICMA is proud to be a part of this wonderful ministry.
You can help this ministry grow by going to: www.joy2india.com
Doc Dalton has been with the ICMA since its inception. He is a man with a story to tell and it does it through his poetry and his podcasts. He is a man with a heart for God and has a gentle way of getting the message across.