Judith has built success into instrumental music programs —public and private—across the U.S. She established a statewide junior high jazz contest in New Jersey. Though a contest winner and guest performer, she has been a beloved university instructor and co-principal clarinetist under Louis Lane. Having studied with Sam Storms, James Goll, Michael Sullivan, and Wes Adams, she earned her Associate in Theology and subsequently taught worship leaders at Grace Training Center under Mike Bickle in Missouri. She was on the pastoral teaching staff at Dominion Christian School where she ran the student band program and wrote or arranged their instrumental music. On the adult level, she recruited and trained musicians to improvise at Metro Christian Fellowship under the direction of Mike Bickle.
As a performer and composer, she has gleaned from her experience in orchestral, operatic, show music, chamber music, contemporary Christian worship and a touch of jazz. Judith’s unique, anointed improvisation has graced worship teams, congregations, and classical compositions. Judith moved to the Nashville area with her husband, Rich, in 2010 to establish the national hub of Global P.O.W.E.R. Network, Inc.
Markovich balances her passion to stop artistic attrition in the body of Christ with long phone calls to her sons and daughter-in-laws, Sudokus, gardening, humanitarian efforts, and fiction writing.
“…exceptional..has that special flare that eludes many musicians.”
Franklin Cohen, principal clarinetist of the renowned Cleveland Orchestra
“…superbly equipped in being resourceful, imaginative…she is an impressive combination of maturity and professionalism on the one hand, and enthusiasm and strong motivation on the other…highest recommendation…”
Richard Killough, Director, NYC Lincoln Center Student Programs
“…beautiful sound…very insightful musicianship, transcends the technical difficulties of her instrument and phrases with great maturity and feeling. Her teaching instincts are sound and imaginative…students respond enthusiastically. I want to recommend her to you as strongly as I can. I am proud to have been her teacher and her friend and will watch her as her exciting career as musician and artist teacher unfolds.”
Leon Russianoff, Clarinet Instructor, The Juilliard School
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Dr. Bill began Purpose International, a ministry which directs the planning and production of educational tools focused on the individual Christian’s search for purpose. His Purpose Destiny Achievement Course has become part of Life Christian University’s curriculum on their multiple international campuses. He founded the first satellite office in Kenya, Africa.
Over his life, Dr. Bill has earned a PhD in practical theology, a master’s in pastoral ministry and bachelor’s in Biblical Studies from LCU in Tampa, Florida, as well as a bachelor’s degree in speech communications from Florida State University. In 1976, he entered into the professional circus world with his wife, Meg. They combined their professional circus skills with an all-consuming desire to win souls for Christ and began Circus Alleluia Ministries, taking the circus into prisons, juvenile centers, public and private schools, civic auditoriums and Christian festivals across the U.S. and Canada. Tens of thousands were won to Christ with verifiable miracles.
At present, Greenman lives in Challis, Idaho, where he is helping to establish a training center for church and ministry leaders. He is organizing educational and ministry-oriented conferences. Also, he teaches personal purpose and life skills in the Idaho high school system.
Dr. Bill ministers with his amazing, artistic wife, Meg, a painter and Bible teacher. On any given day, Dr. Bill might be found leaning back on the legs of a kitchen chair, drinking juiced carrots, and chatting with one of many people in dire straights that cross the Greenmans’ doorstep.
For Purpose International, visit: www.purposeinternational.com
Michael Pauley developed an award-winning career with the Doubletree Hotels Corporation. In 1991, he earned the highly coveted accreditation of Certified Hospitality Administrator (CHA). As a General Manager, Director of Sales & Marketing, Corporate Trainer and Regional Director, Pauley received the award for “Hotel of the Year” in 1992, thus besting 1,174 fellow competitor hotels. He was successful in creating operations budgets, achieving budgeted results, preparing marketing plans and capital budgets. Budgets of over twelve million dollars each were within his oversight.
Pauley moved to Myrtle Beach as General Manager and Regional Director of Operations for hotels in the Myrtle Beach, South Carolina area from 2001-2006. He operated the Four Points by Sheraton Oceanfront Hotel and provided support for ten other hotels in the owner’s portfolio.
Beginning in 2006 while employed by SODEXHO, Pauley became the General Manager of the historic Boone Tavern Hotel and Restaurant at Berea College in Berea, Kentucky. He was the General Manager of Dining Services for Transylvania University in Lexington, Kentucky (also managed by SODEXHO) before retiring in 2010.
Michael Pauley enjoyed a distinguished career within the hospitality industry. His well-honed skills of operations management, budgeting, human resources and community relations resulted in both an earned trust and professional acclaim. He possesses a true entrepreneurial spirit and a rare level of skill which he now uses to empower his passion for the less fortunate. Club Down Syndrome, of which he is founder, is the heartfelt expression of that passion and ability.
Pauley lives in Lexington, Kentucky with his precious, talented wife, Kris. He has three grown children, Miranda, David, and Jessie, two son-in-laws, and bunches of grandchildren, making him a happy man.
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