KINGDOM WAY MINISTRIES
PRESIDENT / CEO
Dan Anderson is the President/CEO of Kingdom Way Ministries, a non profit-organization that provides Christ-centered leadership training for business and church leaders. Dan’s passion for developing godly leaders stems from over 20 years of pastoral ministry together with his experience of living out his faith in the business world in multiple leadership positions. He has witnessed firsthand the impact of a Christian leader sold out for Christ. Dan has authored three books and has trained leaders across the U.S. as well as in Trinidad and Tobago, Guyana, Ghana, Liberia, Guatemala and Mexico. Through his role with KWM, Dan continues to encourage and equip leaders through regional events, monthly peer advisory coaching groups, and speaking for conferences, executive teams, and other community events. In addition, his Tipping Points Blog has encouraged hundreds of leaders throughout the U.S. and in more than 25 countries around the world.
Dan and his wife, Ilona, have been married for more than 25 years, and are thrilled to live in the beautiful state of Colorado with their three beloved children – twins sons, Seth and Joel, and daughter, Isabella.
Moses Paye, director, Liberia, West Africa: With financial support from Kingdom Way Ministries, Moses Paye provides oversight and leadership development for more than 100 churches and pastors affiliated with the Evangelical Churches of Liberia. He also hosts regular discipleship training for other church and business leaders. Mr. Paye hosts a Kingdom Way Ministry radio broadcast that reaches about 3 million people — and is continually working toward broadcasting to 16 west African countries by the end of 2016. Many pastors who listen to the broadcasts use the messages for personal growth and to preach to their own congregations.
Ramdath Rampaul, director, Trinidad and Tobago: For more than 30 years, Ramdath Rampaul has pastored the City of God Church, which has been burned down several times because of persecution of Christians. Through perseverance and outreach, the church continues to reach people for Christ — including through a school that delivers such high-quality education that it is attended by students from Muslim and Hindu families. Mr. Rampaul also helped to start the Trinidad and Tobago affiliate of Youth with a Mission, or YWAM, a global ministry for young people, and he is a key team member leading Mettamorphosis, a ministry focused on leadership development in churches and businesses.