General Bishop Dr. Wayman Ming Jr.
As a follower of Christ, Dr. Wayman Ming Jr. has traveled to over forty nations proclaiming “Bible truth in Pentecostal power.” With a passionate plea for “One Mission, One Movement,” Dr. Ming believes that “missioneering a global church with a global mission” remains a biblical mandate for the body of Christ.
His resume of ministry includes serving on the faculty at Messenger College; lead pastor of Joplin Family Worship Center in Joplin, Missouri; executive pastor of Higher Vision Church in Valencia, California; founder/president of EXCEED International; Southern Missouri district bishop and assistant general bishop of the North Central Division; general secretary and general bishop of the Pentecostal Church of God. He completed his Doctorate of Ministry from the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary
Wayman and Kimberly’s oldest son and daughter-in-law, Spencer and Justice Ming, serve on the pastoral staff at Higher Vision Church. Their middle son, Garrett, is a student at Messenger College, and their youngest daughter, Grace, remains at home.
General Secretary Dan Coleman
Dan Coleman was elected as the general secretary of the Pentecostal Church of God in June 2015. Throughout his ministry, Dan has also served as the assistant general bishop of the Northeastern Division, district bishop of Michigan, district youth director of Michigan, senior pastor at Glad Tidings Church in Lansing, and youth pastor at Deliverance Tabernacle in Flint, Michigan. As a student, Dan attended Flint Central Assembly PC/G where he served in local church ministry and was actively involved in the sectional and district ministries of the Pentecostal Church of God.
Dan and his wife, Lorie, have been married and in full-time ministry for over 31 years. The Colemans have two married sons and one daughter. Their son Chad and his wife, Christina, live in St. Johns, Michigan, and have blessed Dan and Lorie with four wonderful grandchildren (Chloe, 10; Carly, 9; Caleb, 5; and Colton, 4). Their son Caleb and his wife, Milan, are newlyweds living in Houston, Texas. Both are graduates of Messenger College and are currently serving in ministry at Bethel PC/G Church. The Colemans’ daughter, Emily, is 17 and attends Liberty University Online Academy, where she will be a high school senior this fall.
Assistant General Bishops (General Council)
Joseph G. Skiles Sr.
North Central Division
South Central Division
World Missions Directors Virgil & Janie Kincaid
Virgil Kincaid attended Southern Bible College, graduating in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Missions. Since then he has served the Pentecostal Church of God in the states of Texas, Arkansas, Indiana, Ohio, and Florida as a local church youth director, sectional youth director, state youth director, and as an assistant national youth director. He has also served as an assistant pastor, pastor, sectional presbyter, state executive presbyter, state executive secretary-treasurer, state bishop, and an assistant national bishop. In 2003 he began serving the Pentecostal Church of God as a resident missionary in Trinidad and Tobago, West Indies. At the same time he served as the Area Supervisor for the Caribbean, and after the Haiti earthquake of January 2010, he coordinated the rebuilding effort of damaged churches across Haiti and the national church compound in Port au Prince. In June 2011, he was elected to serve as the World Missions Director for the Pentecostal Church of God.
Virgil and his late wife, Joy, served together in ministry until her death in January 2001. In December of 2002, he married Linda Jane Johnson (Janie) who served as a missionary in Trinidad and Tobago for twenty-two years. After their marriage they continued serving as resident missionaries in Trinidad and Tobago, as well as serving the entire Caribbean.
Virgil and Janie reside in Bedford, Texas. They have nine children, 21 grandchildren, and one great grandchild.
Indian Missions Directors David & Ruby Petty
David and Ruby Petty have been serving the Pentecostal Church of God as directors of the Indian Missions Department since November 2011. Prior to becoming the directors this couple has various ministry experiences in youth, pastoral, sectional leadership, and served as the New Mexico District Presbyter. David and Ruby personally invested in Indian Missions serving as pastors in Dulce, New Mexico on the Jicarilla Apache Reservation. David and Ruby envision empowering current pastors, and facilitating training for future Native American leaders.
The Pettys have three children, 10 grandchildren, and a foster granddaughter. In their leisure time, they enjoy traveling and outdoor activities.
National Missions Directors Andy & Lenora Hunt
Andy Hunt of Kingwood, Texas, has been a PCG minister since 1985. He and his wife, Lenora, have also served as senior pastors at the New Caney Family Worship Center in New Caney, Texas, for the past 28 years. In 2009, Andy was appointed to serve as the PCG National Missions director, where he oversees various ministries of compassion within the United States. He is a member of the PCG General Board, the Global Missions Board, and the Messenger College Board of Governors, and is a PCG chaplain. Andy is influential in his community, where he leads a Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and was recently appointed to the Child Protective Services (CPS) board in Montgomery County, Texas.
For the last twenty years, Andy’s passion has been to win souls by reaching out beyond the four walls of the church and into a harvest field that is ready. Outreach projects have been a passion for both he and the members of the church he pastors. Through different areas of outreach, the needs of many people have been met, and a vast number of sinners have come to the knowledge of the Lord and Savior, Christ Jesus.
Andy and Lenora have been married for 30 years. They have one son, Ted; a daughter-in-law, Emily; and two of the most amazing grandsons in the world – Andrew, 16, and Gavin, 13.
Youth Ministries Directors Randy & Dawn Lawrence
Randy and his wife, Dawn, have a tremendous passion to serve this generation. They have served the body of Christ in a variety of leadership capacities, including the local, district, and national office of the Pentecostal Church of God. Randy and Dawn have four children: Chase, Maia, Cali, and Jaxon. Randy holds a master’s degree in leadership and management from Liberty University.
In 2014, Randy and Dawn became the directors of PCG National Student Ministries, and in June 2016 Randy became the president of Messenger College.
Women's Ministries Director Kimberly Ming
As the National Empowered Women’s Ministries director for the Pentecostal Church of God, Kimberly Ming has a heart to encourage others to passionately pursue a relationship with God. She loves to encourage others to find their purpose in God and make a difference where they have been placed. She is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Church of God and a graduate of Messenger College with a B.A. in Biblical Studies. She has ministered alongside her husband (lead pastors for 12 years), plus she has served as a district women’s ministry director and as the assistant to two general secretaries. She also started a successful interior design business in California, connecting the application of ministry to everyday life. Kimberly has been crazy in love and married to her husband, Wayman Ming Jr., for 28 years. He currently serves as the general bishop of the PCG and, together, they have three beautiful children and an awesome daughter-in-love: Spencer and Justice, Garrett, and Grace.
Pastor Care & Ministry Development Director Dr. James Rayburn
Bishop James Rayburn is currently the Residing Bishop of the Kentucky District. He is a retired Army Chaplain with 23 years of active service in providing ministry to our military communities. He has over twenty years of pastoral experience serving in Military Chapels and PCG congregations. Prior to the Army Chaplaincy, he served as the DYD for the Kentucky District and the Mid-Atlantic Coast District. He then served as the National Christian Pathlighters Director of the PCG. During his military ministry he also served as a Sectional Presbyter for the Eastern Section of the Mid-Atlantic Coast District and the Western Presbyter for the Kentucky District. He has been a member of the Board of Regents for Messenger College since 1988, with the exception of the time he was stationed in Germany. He holds a Doctorate of Ministry Degree, Masters of Divinity and a Masters of Science Degree in Guidance. His undergraduate degree was from Southern Bible College. He is currently a Diplomate with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists, plus a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Certified Pastoral Counselor.