Pastor Frank and Ruth Murphy
Pastor Frank J. Murphy was born in Knoxville, Tennessee on February 3, 1952. He has been married to his loving wife, Ruth M. Murphy, for over 40 years. He is the father of four children, and grandfather of eight. He joined the United States Air Force in 1970, which allowed him to travel. His travels took him to Fairbanks, Alaska where he accepted the Lord as his personal savior, in September 1977. In 1980, he became ordained as a minister while stationed in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Pastor Murphy then established the Gospel Inspirational Service on Grand Forks Air Force Base in North Dakota in 1983. His next military assignment placed him in Stuttgart, Germany, where he Pastored the New Beginning Gospel Service until 1991. Upon his retirement from the military, Pastor Murphy relocated to Orlando, Florida. In 1994, Pastor Murphy became the Assistant Pastor at New Deliverance Apostolic Church where he served for over a year. In 1995, while still at New Deliverance, the Lord then led Pastor Murphy, to become a Chairman of the Board, with Living Hope International Ministries. While working with Living Hope, Pastor Murphy evangelized with various churches until 1999, when he became a member of Christ First Church of Central Florida. In 2001, Pastor Murphy was nominated as Assistant Pastor of Koinonia Ministries of Central Florida. In August of 2013, the "torch" was passed, making Pastor Murphy the Senior Pastor of Koinonia Ministries of Central Florida. In an effort to further his pastoral knowledge, Pastor Murphy became a part of the Renegade Pastors Network in December of 2013.
Bishop Dr. A.L. and Dorothy Helligar
Pastor A.L. Helligar was born on the Island of St. Martin and was saved on his birthday: November 2, 1957. He was soon called to the ministry in 1959. In 1967, he graduated from Bethel Bible College in Jamaica, West Indies. A few months later, he married his lovely wife Dorothy, and the Lord led them to the Island of Nevis for almost thirteen years as the Lord blessed them, they expanded to three churches. They also did evangelistic work on other islands such as St. Lucia, St. Thomas, St. Kitts, Barbados, Tortola, and many more. Not only did the Helligars minister in the Islands, they shared the Gospel on Radio Paradise, a local radio station. Many were delivered and souls were saved through their broadcast ministry.
In January 2001, Bishop Helligar became the Senior Pastor of Koinonia Ministries of Central Florida. His desire is to build a Center with trained individuals to minister to the body, soul, and spirit of man. He is committed to preaching the unadulterated Gospel and is committed to our Lord, Jesus Christ!
Dr. Helligar is also the Founder of the Cry of His Coming Evangelistic Association, www.cryofhiscoming.org.