BISHOP HUGH D. SMITH

Hugh Daniel Smith, an Apostolic Father to many, is a multi-dimensional thinker and international speaker. He is known for his keen insight into spiritual matters and his unique ability to make them relevant to the times. His life’s mission is to bring the Kingdom of God to earth by restoring and protecting the rights of all people. 

When you combine his unique style and charismatic wit with the Godly wisdom he lives out daily, his influence and genuine love for people is undeniable. 

He and his wife, Pastor Letha served as the founders and Senior Pastors of Emmanuel Covenant Church International in Battle Creek, MI for 23 years. In 2004 they founded Embassy Covenant Church International in Troy, MI where they currently serve as Senior Pastors. 

Bishop Smith serves as a consultant for several pastors and leaders around the world. He is a member of the American International Christian Chaplain Association (A.I.C.C.A.), and serves on the executive board of Excel Village. He is the founder of the Diamond Leadership Academy which serves to grow leaders from the inside out by understanding mental models, quality advocacy and inquiry, and emotional intelligence. The integration of these tools produces strong leaders and ultimately strong communities.

He is the president of Justice Network, a social justice organization and the Presiding Bishop of Jabula New Life Ministries International. Jabula, currently in 27 nations around the world, continues to extend its reach through church planting, empowerment programs, and advanced leadership training under the founder and Chief Apostle, Bishop Tudor Bismark. 

Over the years Bishop Smith has served as an executive board member for many organizations and has received countless awards. In 2014, he was inducted into the Hall of Fame at Battle Creek Central High School. He earned a Doctorate Degree in Theology and has been certified as a Life Skills Facilitator, assisting people in overcoming past and present emotional and psychological abuse. He is the author of “No Want, No Fear: Discovering Rest in Christ” and numerous articles. 

Bishop Hugh and Pastor Letha reside in Sterling Heights, MI. He is the son of Georgia L. Howard and the late Hugh D. Smith Sr. They are the proud parents of three children: Krystian and JamarBird, Bethany, and Joshlyn and three grandsons, Israel, Andrew and Noah. He enjoys astronomy, sailing and sports. 

BISHOP TUDOR & PASTOR CHI CHI BISMARK

Bishop Tudor Bismark is an apostolic voice to the nations.  From the age of 17 when he began travelling to outskirt villages in the Bulawayo region of Zimbabwe, to the present where he is requested at some of the largest  gatherings of Christians around the world, Bishop Bismark has been known for speaking the gospel.  Since 1989,  he has been serving as an Apostolic Father and mentor to ministries all over the world.  He and his wife, Pastor Chichi Bismark, are the senior pastors of New Life Covenant Church in Harare, Zimbabwe, the headquarters church for Jabula New Life Ministries International.  Bishop Bismark also serves as the Chairman of the Council of African Apostles, a wholly African initiative to bring the key apostolic voices of the African church to bear on uniquely African issues.

An accomplished author, Bishop Bismark has penned more than 20 books and teaching manuals, including the bestselling “The Anointing of 1000 Times More”.  He is a well sought after speaker and leadership expert, addressing the Heads of State at the Annual African Union breakfast and speaking at Pastors & Leaders Conferences in the USA, The Redeemed Church of Nigeria’s camp meetings (a gathering of more than one millionChristians), The Experience in Lagos, Nigeria, and other significant events.

He has a passion to see people empowered and awakened to their God-ordained destiny and has purposed to help facilitate networks of Kingdom–‐minded believers raised in his lifetime. A man of immense humility, Bishop Bismark’s message is simply “I love my God, I love my family, I love my church and I love my nation.”

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