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Stephen Gibbs CEO/Founder

Stephen gave his life to Christ in June of 1999, shortly after that he became a member of Holy Rock C.O.G.I.C. A year later, he was ordained deacon and served diligently in that position for 4 years until he was led to join another fellowship. Shortly after joining he was asked to be an usher. After noticing Stephen’s devotion and keen leadership abilities, he was asked to be head usher. He gladly accepted the position and served in its capacity for 4 years.

God began to speak to Stephen about creating a Christian nightclub, for those who don’t go to church but go to the club. After numerous confirmations he accepted the calling and began to pursue it tirelessly. Today Stephen continues to push the vision diligently and passionately as he walks in his calling.

Stephen plays a major roll in the planning and execution of the events. He is very consistent in staff development, making sure every staff member is properly trained to be efficient in his or her position.  Stephen’s family-oriented style of management, willingness to fill-in where needed, enthusiasm, integrity, persistence, leadership skills, passion for people, and sense of humor, make it an honor and pleasure to serve alongside him.

 

 

Keesha Gibbs

Keesha has been a diligent student of the bible since 1999. She received a missionary license in 2000 from Holy Rock Revelation C.O.G.I.C where she also served as secretary and hospitality for the congregation. Later she went on to study leadership in ministry at the Christian Leadership Development Center in Stockbridge Georgia.

Keesha served in the nursery at Trinity Family Worship Center for three years before joining The Saintuary staff in 2007. Although her official title is booking coordinator, she also serves as a street team member and office assistant.

She continues to play an important role in coordinating fundraisers and handling negotiations with vendors, venues, etc. Her ability to offer objective viewpoints, unwavering integrity, and willingness to fill in where needed makes her a much appreciated and valued staff member.

 

 

 

 

Brandi Duncan

Brandi turned her life over to Christ in October of 2005 at Shiloh Outreach Ministries in Norfolk Virginia. After joining the ministry, she was asked to serve on the hospitality team where she gladly accepted. Shortly after joining the hospitality team she volunteered to maintain the housekeeping duties for the church.

After relocating to St. Mary’s Georgia, she joined Emmanuel Empowerment Temple in 2007 where she was asked to head the hospitality team and assist in the nursery.  She gladly accepted once again. She served those positions until she impelled to move back to Atlanta in 2009.

Her kind spirit and light heartedness has led her to volunteering at Convalescent Centers, food banks, and professional work in pediatrics.

Brandi has been with The Saintuary since 2007 and when she relocated to Atlanta in 2009, she became an official staff member of The Saintuary. Although her official function is hospitality, she also serves as a street team member and is also a board member of The Saintuary. Her down to earth personality makes it easy for people to talk and relate to. With her up-beat attitude and charming personality, she is a wonderful addition to the team and a pleasure to serve with.

 

Dorothy Brown

Dorothy Brown started serving the lord as a child and rededicated her life in1996 at New Morning Light Baptist Church, Pastor Robert Hodo. She was ordained as a missionary by Bishop Jerome Stephens, who is the pastor of Holy Rock Revelation C.O.G.I.C. During her 4 years there, she was the Pastoral Aide, Chairperson of the Trustee Board, and Secretary along with doing the announcements. She coordinated TV time at a local station for the church to have outreach broadcasts. She also volunteered and shared her God-given gift of administration and taught a computer class to some of the congregation.

Her service to “The Saintuary” includes but is not limited to: Board Member, Secretary, Events Coordinator, Ticket Teller, Fundraiser and all around team player. She strongly believes in the future of the organization, because of its proven history for being a platform for artists of all ages to exhibit their talent while drawing people to Christ. She has been with the organization since day1 and feels honored to tell anyone the motto: “The Saintuary is not just an event, but a movement!”

“The Saintuary” has received many accolades from friends and artists, and won the 2010 YGEA award for “Club of the Year”. It continues to use its original title as “The Hottest Christian Nightclub in Atlanta”.

She served in Clayton County for two years as a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for minors that are in foster care ensuring that they are not mistreated.

Another one of her gifts is that people find it easy to talk to her and start pouring out things that they would never tell anyone else. Her response to this is that it feels great when I am able to help them and assist them in achieving viable solutions.

 

 

Jennifer Johnson

Jennifer gave her life to Christ in August of 2001.She then became an active member of Trinity family worship center, Two years later she became the nursery director. She served in that position for Six and a half years until she was led to serve in different capacities.

She asked God for guidance to a ministry that she could be proud to be a part of. After receiving several signs of confirmation, she decided to officially join The Saintuary staff. Since then she has held numerous positions within the staff including security, stage manager, and street team member.

She is currently active as the stage manager and street team member. Jennifer is a tremendous asset to our team and continues to be a very devout, spiritually grounded staff member who believes in the vision wholeheartedly, and works tirelessly at getting the word out and raising our standards to a standard of excellence.

 

 

 

 

Shatese Cannon

Shatese gave her life to Christ in 2001 at a service held by Holy Rock COGIC. After a year of attending Holy Rock she felt a calling to work with children, she decided to answer that call by volunteering to be the Sunday school teacher for the youth. While serving in that capacity she assisted in the production of youth events as well as participating. She also received awards for her outstanding youth leadership.

Through out the years she has also been involved in various out reach ministries that focus on feeding and clothing the homeless. She joined the staff of The Saintuary in 2007.

Her current title is street team coordinator, however she serves in numerous capacities on the staff including street team member, event décor, event planning, and fund raising. Her abilities to be objective, think outside the box, passion for the vision, willingness to volunteer her time and services to The Saintuary makes Shatese valuable to The Saintuary team.