Flo is a faithful member of Greater Works Outreach in Monroeville, Pennsylvania. Wife to Rich Demus, she is a mother to five destiny bound children, and grandmother of eight.
In 2004, she founded Kingdom Sake Ministries International for the purpose of building excellence in the Kingdom of God. Flo and her teams have traveled nationally and internationally, assisting other ministries by facilitating and participating in conferences, workshops, and other ministry opportunities. In addition to her homeland & country, Flo has ministered in Ghana, West Africa; Nicaragua, Central America; Ecuador, Columbia, Trinidad and San Nicolas Argentina. Her team works with pastors to assist them in fulfilling their vision. The ministry also owns land in Ghana. They are building a school for children in grades K-12. The emphasis is on spirituality, academics, and technology.
Flo loves to encourage and help develop others to reach their maximum potential in God. And her favorite verse/quote is: to occupy until He comes (Luke 19:13) and to admonish one another to righteousness (Colossians 3:16).
Roxanne has been married for 30 plus years and is the mother of 5 delightful young adults. She has served and is serving on most every community board. Her honors include the Duquesne University School of Law Order of Barristers Award, Pennsylvania School Boards Association (PSBA) Distinguished Service Award, PTA Honorary Life Member, the D. Richard Wynn Distinguished School Board Award, the U.S. Congressional Recognition for the Paul Stackhouse Labor-Management Award, and the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Good Citizens Certificate, for Dependability, Leadership, Service, and Patriotism.
In her spare time (ha!), Roxanne enjoys reading current topics in the news, play piano (only alone), and talk, discuss and debate with my husband and children.
Favorite verse: Ecclesiastes 3:11, “He has made everything beautiful in its time. Also, He has put eternity in their hearts, except that no one can find out the work that God does from beginning to end.” (NKJV)
Corri Gross left a successful career in the advertising world to become the Chief Operating Officer of the Gross household under her husband and CEO, Tim. Her duties include stay-at-home momma bear to three budding daydream believers and never finishing the laundry.
Growing up in a Christian home that places value on life, Corri has a heart for the pre-born and orphans. She helped to open Hope House, a pregnancy care center in Pittsburgh. She also volunteers time at several food banks, ministries, and her church home. Love for travel, hot weather and Jesus leads to serving with her family on international summer missions trips.
What some would describe as opinionated, adventurous and strong, others would call the perfectly imperfect blend of sugar and spice. Corri’s love language is a cross between hug tackling and a tirade of opinions.
A little sarcastic, a lot enthusiastic, Corri likes to make up words, drink unsweetened tea, read fiction, download music, compete in anything, act, promote her passions and turn daydreams into reality.
Corri dislikes wet socks, water chestnuts and swearing.
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Proverbs 27:19-As water reflects the face, so one’s life reflects the heart.
Amy and husband Buck Schafer co-founded Grace Life Church in 1997. Born and raised in Oklahoma, she and Buck have traveled the world ministering the hope and love of Jesus to many. Amy is a busy Mom of three amazing while balancing the duties of co-pastoring GLC, co-hosting a Christian TV morning show REAL LIFE, writing, teaching, and traveling. Multi-tasking is definitely Amy’s strong suit!
Amy loves sweet tea, shopping, shoes, traveling, reading, and writing. One of her all-time favorite quotes is from St. Catherine of Sienna, “Be who God meant you to be, and you will set the world on fire.”
Kathy Svilar, formerly known to everyone in Western PA and Ohio, as the Shop ‘n Save lady, has been working with small business as a marketing consultant for 25 years.
Anyone who knew Kathy as the cheerleader and homecoming queen in high school could have predicted her career path. The POM POM girl became an enthusiastic voice for companies across the country. Kathy has sold Vatican art on QVC, worked in L.A. as talent on “Video magazine” for the 1996 US Olympic Team, wrote, produced and purchased infomercials in eleven markets for real estate investment firms, emceed hundreds of parades, events, and television specials, and is a motivational speaker and member of the National Speakers Association.
But it is her devotion to the Lord that brings her to Cornerstone Television Network as Moderator/host of “Sister 2 sister.”
Kathy and husband George happily reside in suburban Pittsburgh with kids, one grandson, five sisters, a multitude of nieces and nephews, and a church family full of love.