Ché Ahn and his wife, Sue, are the Founders and Senior Pastors of Harvest Rock Church in Pasadena, CA, since 1994. Ché is the Founder and President of Harvest International Ministry, a global revival and reformation movement in over 65 nations with the common vision of “Changing Lives, Transforming Cities, and Discipling Nations.” He is also the International Chancellor of Wagner University, an international network of apostolic training centers established to equip the saints for Kingdom ministry.
Ché received his M.Div. and D.Min. from Fuller Theological Seminary and has played a key role in many strategic local, national, and international outreaches. He has authored numerous books, including Say Goodbye to Powerless Christianity, How to Pray for Healing, The Grace of Giving, God Wants to Bless You!, and Modern-Day Apostles. As a member of the Revival Alliance and Apostolic Roundtable, Ché ministers extensively throughout the world, bringing apostolic wisdom with a Holy Spirit impartation of revival, healing, and evangelism.
Sue Ahn and her husband, Ché, are the Founders and Senior Pastors of Harvest Rock Church in Pasadena, CA, since 1994. Sue serves as a prophetic voice for HRock Church and as part of Harvest International Ministry’s Apostolic Council. As a member of the Revival Alliance and Apostolic Roundtable, Sue received her degree in special education and elementary-junior high education from George Washington University. Her passions include building strong marriages and families, unlocking truths of identity in Christ, and releasing children and women into greater Kingdom potential.
Jay Koopman is the Youth and Young Adults Pastor and Associate Pastor at Harvest Rock Church. He is also a member of the U.S. Apostolic Team for Harvest International Ministry. He has served as a fundraiser and the Director of Evangelism at Metro Ministries (now Metro World Child) in New York City. Jay has been part of multiple church plants and an instructor at various faith-based institutions, such as Agape Renewal Center School, Regeneration School of Ministry, and Sandhills Teen Challenge. Jay’s intense passion for Jesus has brought a message of hope, healing, and restoration to a generation of young people. He and his wife, Brittany, reside in Pasadena, California with their daughter, Chloe.
Greg Wallace is the U.S. Dean for Wagner University in Claremont, California. He also leads KG Ministries, his own contribution to equipping apostolic leaders and building apostolic ministries. Greg regularly speaks, writes, teaches, and consults on church reformation, societal transformation, and apostolic governance. His latest book, Apostolic Governance in the 21st Century was Amazon’s number-one new release in Christian church administration. He has been married to his wife, Linda, for more than 22 years and together they parent a blended family of four adult children and six grandchildren.
Anthony Dee is a licensed attorney who has served both state and federal judges. He is a member of Harvest International Ministry and part of the Christian Legal Society, Dallas Chapter. Anthony received his J.D. from the University of Oklahoma College of Law as well as an Advanced Degree in Practical Theology from Christ for the Nations Institute. Anthony has been actively involved in local church ministry speaking, conducting training seminars on community outreach, and leading spiritual emphasis retreats in Teen Challenges across the nation. He is the author of two books, The American Mission and Adopt-A-Family. He is happily married to his wife, Savanna, and are looking forward to having their first child soon!