Dr. / Bishop William Bird Sr.
Retired Pastor of "Greater Dimensions C.O.G.I.C." Cape Girardeau, MO
Former Jackson, Mo public
school board member
Since meeting Pastor Steve, I have observed him to be a faithful man of God, true to his calling and dedicated to the ministry. His ability to rightly divide the Word of God, his established relationship with various members of the Body of Christ, and his ability to nurture and encourage hurting lay members as well as clergy, helps confirm his natural instincts as a Pastor and Leader. He is very outgoing and exhibits leadership abilities,academic excellence and a professional decorum not found in many people. He has an inner strength and personal approachability which allows him to communicate well both professionally and socially. Sister Anna has always been a sweet and tender spirit. She is very diligent in her study of the bible and operates in the spirit of grace and humility. She is very attentive to the voice of the Lord,faithful in her prayer life and strong in her faith. She certainly possesses the strength, endurance, and humility which will enhance her service in a leadership position alongside her husband . I strongly recommend both he and his wife for any ministry event you may have in mind for your church.
Rev. Richard White
IPHC Superintendent Retired
It is my privilege to recommend Steve and Anna because I have come to appreciate their effort and skills demonstrated in their heart for helping other people. They have consistently maintained exemplary character in a wide variety of situations and circumstances. I have found them to be honest and conscientious in all of their associations. Their background in ministry is a proven record of their faith. Their biblical and spiritual knowledge is an asset to their ministry and success. Steve and Anna will be a great benefit in what ever capacity they may serve.
Rev. Marilyn Anne Foster Worley
Ordained by ICFG. Stood beside her husband, Rev. E. R. Worley in ministry 64 years and serves as a registered agent of Healing of the Nations Ministries.
Rev. Steve Robeson
It is my honor to write you on behalf of my good friend, the Rev. Steve Robinson-Worley. I met Steve and his beloved Anna in 2005. It was a great joy visiting the sick in my parish with them. In addition to the gentle Spirit that they brought to each person whom they touched, I would frequently hear after the visit, that people were feeling better after Steve and Ann prayed for them. However, that is not the only kind of healing work that I have shared with Steve.
He has also been at work healing the wound of racism in the St. Louis area. In fact, during the Ferguson crisis, at almost the same time that I was on the street during the protests, praying and marching with and listening to the angry cries of many people, Steve was with another part of the crowd, working in close cooperation with the St. Louis County Police, and was trying to talk a very angry white young man out of doing harm to some African American people in the crowd. I know many people in Ministry who did not come near the Ferguson protests, but Steve knew how important it was to bring a healing presence at such a time.