Lucky Shabangu

A pastor and native South African, Lucky Shabangu has long been sharing the love of God with others. By 13, Lucky was preaching in local hospitals and prisons. A few years later, Lucky had achieved one
of his main life goals: to become an official pastor of a church.

Vasanthi Clement

Vasanthi Clement, a solicitor and advocate at the High Court of Malaysia, left the Haggai Leader Experience in April of 2016 with two goals: to reach out to the young people of her region and to open a Bible school for children.

Tendai Juanita Mayani

In Malawi, to reach the people, one must first convince the chiefs. Tendai Juanita Mayani is passionately pursuing this endeavor to show these chiefs the justice and hope that comes from Jesus Christ alone.

Gustavo Leon

Gustavo Leon of Ecuador returned energized from his recent Haggai Leader Experience. Under the influence of humanism, he says, “Many Ecuadorians consider good as bad, and bad as good.”

Kenia Santana

A successful and well-regarded media personality in her nation, Kenia Santana uses her platform as a TV host to encourage others to share their faith.

Andrew Mering Jau

Andrew Mering Jau, Haggai leader and currently overseer of a preschool in the Barun district of India, believes that one way to bring children to Jesus in his home country of Malaysia is through building up Christian-based preschools and primary schools.

Octavianus Natanael

Octavianus Natanael has preached the Gospel to more than 50,000 people throughout Indonesia and abroad – more than 20 countries, in fact – through revivals and secular radio broadcasts.

Rick Sriwong

Orarick “Rick” Sriwong has used his training with Haggai International to grow a vibrant ministry in Thailand. In just the past two years, the church has helped spearhead 39 projects throughout the city.

Bungo Kubota

Bungo Kubota is a church planter, blogger, and teacher. He’s part of a new generation of young leaders in Japan, networking together to share the Gospel in their city.