The 6:4 Fellowship exists to catalyze pastors, around the world, to Prayer-and-Word-Powered Ministry through an urgent call to the hope of a spiritual awakening, and helping them to experience a life-changing rhythm of deeper conviction, rich community, and growing capacity for Spirit-empowered ministry.
As a senior pastor for over two decades, Daniel Henderson brought prayer-based revitalization to numerous churches. Now, as the President of Strategic Renewal, Daniel is dedicating his full-time efforts to help congregations across the country and world experience renewal. Daniel is sought after for his expertise in leading corporate prayer. He has authored numerous books on biblical leadership and prayer including, Old Paths, New Power and Transforming Prayer: How Everything Changes When You Seek God’s Face.
Jim Cymbala has served as the Sr. Pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle for over 40 years. He has authored numerous books on the Christian life and Christian ministry, including the best-selling book, Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire. Pastor Cymbala draws from his many years of meaningful spiritual leadership, and his deep heart of love for church leaders to lend a unique perspective to The 6:4 Fellowship.
H.B. Charles Jr is the Pastor-Teacher at the Shiloh Metropolitan Baptist Church of Jacksonville and Orange Park, Florida, where he has served since the fall of 2008. Prior to joining the Shiloh Church, he led the Mt. Sinai Missionary Baptist Church of Los Angeles for almost eighteen years. Succeeding his late father, he began his pastorate at Mt. Sinai at the age of seventeen as a senior in high school. Outside of his ministry to and with his congregation, he regularly speaks at churches, conferences, and conventions around the country. He is also the host of the On Preaching podcast and author of seven books.
Mark Vroegop has served as the Lead Pastor of College Park Church in Indianapolis, IN since 2008. Mark is a contributor to 15 Things Seminary Couldn’t Teach Me and the author of Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy: Discovering the Grace of Lament. Along with his weekly pulpit and leadership ministry, Mark is also a conference speaker, a member of The Gospel Coalition council, and a trustee at Cedarville University.
Vance Pitman has served as the Senior Pastor of Hope Church in Las Vegas, NV since its beginning in 2001. Vance also ministers as a national mobilizer for NAMB and provides leadership to LAUNCH, a national church planting network. Since its launch in 2001, Hope Church has grown to a kingdom-minded community of several thousand believers, sending hundreds out of its fellowship on mission and planting over a dozen churches in the Western U.S.
Pastor Al Toledo is a pastor and church planter. Pastor Toledo was headed for a promising career as a professional baseball player when God saved him. Through attending the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Al came to marry Chrissy, the daughter of Pastor Jim Cymbala. After several years in pastoral ministry, Al, Chrissy, and their family moved to Chicago in 2002, to plant the Chicago Tabernacle, where Al continues to pastor and Chrissy leads the music ministry.
Robbie Symons is a pastor, author, and church planter. Robbie is the founding Pastor of Hope Bible Church in Oakville, ON, where he continues to serve as Sr. Pastor. Since its birth in 2003, Hope Bible Church has grown to over 3,500 members and has planted 6 additional churches across Canada. Robbie’s Bible teaching ministry, Live in the Light, can be heard weekdays across the greater Toronto and Buffalo areas.
Bill Elliff planted The Summit Church in Little Rock in 1998, and continues to pastor there as the Directional and Sr. Teaching Pastor. Bill is passionate to see genuine revival in the church. He is an accomplished author, and is a frequent conference speaker and consultant to churches, drawing from his 40 plus years of pastoring and revival ministry. Bill is also one of the founding leaders of the OneCry pastors movement.
Jeff, the founding Pastor at Woods Edge Community Church in Spring, TX. He became a believer in the summer before attending Rice University where he majored in History and was a four-time All-America recipient in track and cross country. Jeff is the author of two books, and a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary, where he earned the Master of Theology and Doctor of Ministry degrees.
Troy has been in pastoral ministry for over 20 years and currently serves as the Senior Pastor of Eastlake Community Church in Virginia, which he helped plant in 2005. Troy is a visionary leader who invests much of his life, not only in preaching and teaching, but in developing spiritual leaders and in training the next generation of church planters.
Paul Purvis has been a lead pastor for nearly 20 years, serving the last 8 in the greater Tampa area at Mission Hill Church. The priority of prayer has been evident throughout Paul’s ministry at Mission Hill. In addition to daily staff prayer and a weekly all-church prayer gathering, Mission Hill has created a Prayer Pastor position and hosts an annual 40 Days of Prayer & Fasting leading up to Easter. This profound commitment to prayer has multiplied the ministry of Mission Hill Church and through this, God has shown His faithfulness over and over again.
Kevin Myers is the founding and senior pastor of 12Stone Church. Originally founded in 1987 as Crossroads Church, 12Stone Church of Lawrenceville, GA has grown rapidly over a decade and a half to become the largest Wesleyan church in the world, and was named one of fastest-growing churches in America by Outreach in 2010. 12Stone has weekly attendance over 18,000 across 9 campuses in North Georgia. Kevin is the author of Grown Up Faith, and co-author of Home Run along with John Maxwell.