Benjamin Deitrick currently serves as the Lead Pastor of Shekinah Regional Apostolic Center, his responsibilities in this role include preaching and teaching the word of God on Sunday mornings, Wednesday evenings and sporadically in the School of the Supernatural. In addition he oversees the administration of the ministry departments for the church, is in charge of pastoral, marital and pre-marital counseling, the worship arts department, and the young adults ministry. He has been in full time ministry since the age of 17. For the first 10 years of his ministry, he resided in New York and served alongside Eagles Wings Ministries under the direction of Rev. Robert Stearns. During this time, he was involved in conference and itinerant ministry in a variety of capacities including speaking, leading worship and being a part of prayer ministry teams. This ministry spanned over 20 states and 13 nations. In 2011, Benjamin and his wife Tarrah felt the call to move to Ann Arbor, MI and to serve Shekinah Regional Apostolic Center under the leadership of Apostle Barbara J. Yoder. Benjamin is married, has two small children and currently resides in Ann Arbor, MI.
Petar Fabijanić is the Senior Pastor of Word of Life Christian Center in Pula, Croatia. Peter has been in full-time ministry for over ten years. He started serving under the leadership of Pastor Damir Sicko Alic at Word of Life Christian Center in Zagreb, Croatia as an assistant pastor, leader of a home group and as the head of prison ministry.
Petar came to Christ after a radical conversion experience at the age of 25. After four years of service in Zagreb, Peter felt it was time for him and his wife Kristina to start a church in the coastal city of Pula. They have been serving in this city for seven years. Their work is regional and encompasses the entire territory of the Istrian peninsula. They have begun ministries in the cities of Poreč, Rovinj and Buje, as well as the city of Rijeka.
Their church is a living, growing expression of Christianity that is on the cutting edge of God's work today. It is Peter's desire to see the New Testament, Apostolic church described in the second chapter of Acts renewed today; to see every believer trained, activated and released into God's destiny for their life. He burns with and walks in the anointing of a modern day revivalist. Petar has a specific mantle for impartation as well as healing. Peter and his wife Kristina have been married fifteen years and have three sons, Nathan, Jacob and Ian.