Originally having pursued a career in the area of archaeology, Kathleen received a Master’s degree in Divinity from VTS in 2000; she also holds an M.A. in Classical Archaeology from the U. of Penn, and a B.A. in Classical Languages from St. Louis University. Prior to hearing God’s call to ministry, she worked for the Smithsonian Institution for 10 years as the Reference Archivist for the National Anthropological Archives.
Kathleen lives in Northern Virginia with two extremely affectionate cats, gardens in her (rare!) spare time and retains an interest in archaeology and other arcane topics. She is the proud mother of two adult children and four beautiful grandchildren.
Suki came to faith in Christ later in life in 2002 at TFCA. Raised in a barely nominal Christian family in the UK, the sum total of her Christian knowledge at that time came from 2 years of compulsory religious education classes some 30 years before. It was at TFCA soon after she committed her life to the Lord that Suki became involved in the healing prayer ministry and where she first experienced the healing grace of Jesus in her own life.
In 2010 Suki left her job as an in-house corporate attorney and went to Regent College in Vancouver graduating with a Masters in Theological Studies. After graduation she worked at First Baptist Church in Vancouver as Director of Prayer Ministries and as Interim Minister for Congregational Care. She has received training in a variety of different models of healing prayer and is actively involved in TFCA healing prayer ministries regularly praying with others for healing and deliverance.
Having experienced physical and inner healing in her own life Suki is passionate about introducing others to the transformational power of Jesus; she desires for people to grow closer in their relationship with Jesus, to know He is alive, His kingdom is breaking in and healing and release are taking place every time we open ourselves up to Jesus and to the activity and power of His Holy Spirit.
Suki lives in Bethesda Maryland, where she is attempting to create an English country garden in less than ideal conditions and where she spends as much time as possible with her toddler godsons, Peter and Toby.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Rev. Kathleen Christopher, Executive Director
Chuck Cook, Treasurer
The Spirit of the Lord is upon me . . . He has sent me to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind . . .