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  Pastor Catherine Ellis is a strong Bible believing, passionate and dedicated Christian woman.  She is a powerful, dynamic speaker who shares a unique testimony of the healing power of God's love that can enable men and women to overcome a lifetime of hurt, shame and prejudices. 

  She has taught women how to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might for more than 20 years.  She teaches that women are precious in God's eyes.  She encourages women to stand and be holy; to walk and not grow weary; to be overcomers; to run for the prize set before them in Christ Jesus. 

  Catherine served most recently at All Nations Community Church as Superintendent of  Children's Sunday School and as Prayer Minister.  She spoke at ANCC on several occasions as well as other churches in the area.

Pastor Ellis graduated from and was ordained through Crystal Springs Bible Institute in Ohio.  She also graduated Summa Cum Laude in Biblical Studies from Christian Life College in Mount Prospect Illinois.

  She is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and is a Board Certified Pastoral Counselor.  She has also completed a number of additional AACC courses for ongoing certification. 

  Pastor Ellis developed a counseling ministry through AACC called Titus Women and trained a group of women over a two year period to counsel other women in the church. 

She chartered a chapter of Flame Fellowship in North Ridgeville, Ohio and was its first president.  She has been a speaker for Women's Aglow, Assemblies of God Pastor's Wives, Illinois Full Gospel Women's Retreat and Hope Lutheran Church Parents Group.   

  She has had one of her papers published in the Christian Branch, a publication of Christian Fellowship Church in Illinois.

  Catherine and Earl have been married for 52 years and have three married children, nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren.