Building relationship to promote Men's role in the body of Christ.
Bishop Richard D. Howell, Jr
District Elder Tommie Hughes
District Elder Tommie R Hughes is a Senior Vice President at Morgan Stanley where he has worked for over 30 years as a Financial Advisor. He currently
has his series 7, 63, and 65 registrations, is licensed in Health, Life, Annuity and Long Term Care Insurance, and advises
for private investors and corporations. District Elder Hughes is active in the community and his church Greater Pentecostal Temple where he serves as
Associate Pastor, Treasurer and Trustee. Bishop Marvin E. Donaldson is his Pastor and Father in the gospel. It was under
Bishop Donaldson’s preaching and teaching where he was filled with the Holy Spirit and ordained by the PAW to preach and teach the gospel.
Elder Robert Sanders
IMMA Vice President
Elder Robert Sanders is a member of El Bethel in Phoenix, Arizona. His Pastor is the Honorable Bishop Gregory Newman.
Elder Sanders past and present positions in the church include Men’s Ministry Secretary, Men’s Ministry President, Greeter’s
President, Publications Committee Chairman, Christian Education Superintendent, Christian Education Teacher, and Altar Worker.
He currently serves at the El Bethel Outreach Director. He has served at the Mountain States Council level as
Men’s Ministry Secretary and Men’s Ministry President. He also served as the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World I
nternational Men’s Ministry Regional Representative for the 15th Episcopal District.
Prior to his election as Vice President for the IMMA; he served as the IMMA Secretary.
District Elder Ronald G. Braxton Sr.
District Elder Ronald G. Braxton, Sr. was baptized in Jesus’ Name and filled with the Holy Spirit in August 1978 at the Church of Christ of the Apostolic Faith (Brentnell) in Columbus, OH, where Dist. Eld. Ernest Hardy was Pastor. Dist. Eld Braxton has been in ministry for 36 years. Ordained by the PAW, Inc. in 1989 in the National Convention. Elevated to the office of District Elder in 1998 over District #9 for the Northern District Council and served for thirteen years. Dist. Eld. Braxton was elected Assistant Secretary of the International Men’s Ministry of the PAW, Inc., in 2007 to 2014. Elected in the 2014 Summer Convention to the Office of Secretary for the PAW IMMA. Pastored New Jerusalem Apostolic Church, Battle Creek, MI for 21 years. Married to Evang. Gwendolyn N. Braxton for 24 years.
Suffragan Bishop Cecil Golder
Pastor Cecil E. Golder Jr. was born in St. Louis , MO. He is the son of Elder Cecil E. & Uniastine Golder Sr. Pastor Golder has always had a passion for ministry as he served under the tutelage of Bishop Morris E. Golder. He has served in several leadership capacity such as the Brotherhood Chairman in his former church home as well as Indiana’s State Council Brotherhood Chairman. Pastor Cecil Golder is the proud pastor of New Bethel Tabernacle, South Bend, Indiana. Pastor Golder was elevated in October 22, 2014 to the office of Suffragan Bishop serving under the honorable Bishop Charles Finnell. Pastor Cecil E. Golder Jr. is the husband of First Lady Tammorra L.M. Golder and they have two sons, Joseph and Elisha. Currently, Pastor serves as the Assistant Secretary of the IMMA.
Elder Carl Clement
Elder Carl Cornell Clement was born October 28, 1969, to Hayden Clement and Elizabeth Haymes Clement. Elder Clement has
three brothers Gary, Sherwood, and Sherwin Clement. He attended the Morning Star Holiness Church in his youth where he was
baptized and received the Holy Spirit. Elder Clement attended Halifax County High School and graduated in 1988. Uncertain of
where to continue his education, he decided that Danville Community College would be the logical choice. It was in this
setting that he began to develop a passion for drafting, but later made the decision to study machine technology. While
at D.C.C. he was chosen to take part in a co-op to work for the Naval Surface Weapon Center (N.S.W.C.) in Dahlgren, Virginia for one year.
It was during this time that he had a life changing experience.
Elder Gregory Ward
Sergeant at Arms
Elder Gregory Ward was a member of Greater Christ Apostolic Church in Columbus, Ohio, where he served for over 28 years and
currently is a member of Grace Apostolic Church under Bishop James Gaiters. He is committed to God and his family.
He is a graduate from Glen Oak College in Centerville, Michigan where he holds a degree in Business Administration and
attended Edinboro State in Erie, PA. One day in 1986 he heard the Word of God that convinced him that he needed to be
baptized in the name of Jesus and received the Holy Ghost two months later. He’s taken many classes through the Aenon Bible
Institute and in 1987 he received his Elder’s license from the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World and ordained in
District Elder Donnie Myers
Pastor Myers is a life long resident of Hattiesburg. He was educated in the Forrest County School System graduating
in 1969 from Petal High School. After graduation Pastor attended Ms. Valley State University. Pastor Myers was employed on a
public job for some 28 years, after which became a full time Pastor.Pastor Myers was called to minister in 1986 , became a
licence minister with the P A W inc (Ms. & Western Tenn District Council) 2 years later. Became an ordained minister shortly
afterward . Started the Pathway Christian Fellowship Church / Pathway Outreach Ministries in 1/1/95. Elevated to
District Elder in 2008 , an placed over the Gulfcoast District Fellowship.
Pastor Myers has served as the Chairman of the Mississippi and Western Tennessee District Council Mens Ministry Department for the past 13 years . Pastor Myers is married to his wife Alma for 43 years , they have 5 children and 10 grand childern.