Apostle Ronald C. Hill, Sr.
Apostle Ronald C. Hill, Sr. will hold a vision casting luncheon on Saturday, February 5, at 12 noon, to introduce the Kingdom Harvest Christian Alliance (KHCA), a fellowship of pastors who have united together ÖÖto get to work!
All pastors, male or female and all ethnicities are invited to the free luncheon held in ìThe CafÈ @ the BAC, on the campus of the Born Again Center, home of the Love and Unity Christian Fellowship, 1840 S. Wilmington Avenue, Compton, CA 90220.
ìAs pastors, we not only look for fellowship, but for leadership development. The fellowship will give Apostle Hill the opportunity to share with the members of the Alliance his anointing, teaching and rich knowledge of winning souls to Christ, discipleship and an effective plan on sending them out to win others for the kingdom,î said a spokesman for KHCA.
Through this ministerial fellowship, pastors will have access to peers and mentors for insight, prayer and instruction, accountability, or for simply encouraging one another. In addition, to sharing wisdom, Apostle Hill will also procure the best for developing and imparting valuable knowledge to aid in their growth as pastors, spouses, family members, friends and most basic, but complex, productive human beings.
Those who choose to join after this informational meeting may choose between two options: full apostolic covering which would include ordination and other benefits or alliance partnership which would allow pastors and their churches to continue to be apart of their current denomination, but still benefit from fellowship with KHCA.
Apostle Hill is the first African-American staff Chaplin to work for the Union Rescue Mission. A frequent TBN guest and nationally requested speaker and instructor, he headed a multi-million dollar project that now houses the Love and Unity Christian Fellowship family. Starting with only 5 members, the church now ministers to a membership of 3500. An avid reader and Harley-Davidson rider, Apostle Hill has been married for 38 years married to Lady Osie Hill, a father to five adult children and grandfather to five.
ìSharing my heart with pastors has been ingrained in me for an extended period of time during my ministry life. I have prayed every Friday morning with local pastors for the past 15 years. I have been a pastor and held several leadership positions in a denomination and I understand the pains, shortfalls and discouragement that come with the job.
ìBut I also have the best job in the entire world. I still canít believe I get a chance to do what I love best. I want to share that. Yes, we are godly appointed leaders, but this alliance has not been formed just to raise money and collect dues, but to impress upon Shepherds that it is their job to be the first example of outreach to the laity,î said Apostle Hill.
Reservations are requested to attend the free event. To RSVP, call (310) 604-5900, extension 300 or email KHCA@loveandunity.org. The deadline is February 1, 9 p.m. A live stream of the meeting is also available by calling (310) 604-5900, extension 111. Space is limited for both the luncheon and stream.