|Onnie Kirk – Founder & Executive Director and Margienell Kirk – Co-Founder & Administrative Director|
Onnie Kirk, was born in El Paso, Texas in 1950
and was blessed to grow up in a strong Christian family. His father was pastor of the Unity Missionary Baptist Church for 48 years until his transition to Heaven in July of 2012. All five of the Kirk children received their commissions in the ministry. He comes from a legacy of five generations of gospel preachers and is currently an elder of Abundant Love Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee.
Onnie graduated from Texas Tech University. After receiving his undergraduate degree, he was employed by Southwestern Publishing Company where he was the first minority to advance to upper level management. In 1979, he coordinated the publishing of “Contemporary Black American.”
In 1977, he married Margienell Elizabeth See and they have eight children (5 sons and 3 daughters) and three grandchildren. Onnie also serves on the board of World Ishmaelite Outreach Ministry which ministers to non-believers in the “10/40 Window” bringing them out of the deceptive clutches of Islam. (The “10/40 Window” is the rectangular area of North Africa, the Middle East and Asia between 10 degrees and 40 degrees north latitude.)
Onnie has ministered throughout the United States and internationally. His passion is Fatherhood and the Family of God. He has published a booklet entitled “The Hamitic Call”, a book entitled “Once We Were Family” and His most recent teaching series are "Be Intentional" and "Intentional Fatherhood".
|Dr. Rowen Pfieffer – Health/Nutrition Coach|
|Dr. Rowen Pfieffer is our Health/Nutrition Coach. He attended Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, IA and graduated with honors in 1987. He has been a chiropractor for 25 years and has studied both biblical and scientific evidence on how the body was designed to heal itself. He has been researching nutrition and living an organic life style for 35 years. Rowen was healed from a life threatening illness because he was willing to make some radical changes in his diet. Rowen has been married to his wife Patty for 34 years and they have two children, Lindsey and Jonathan.|