Apostle Larry and Prophet Tiffany Henderson have been married for over 21 years. Together, they are the Co-Founders of The Kingdom Advancement Center, a training center dedicated to “Teaching the Word, Perfecting the Saints, Advancing the Kingdom of God.”
Larry and Tiffany continue to walk boldly in their prophetic and teaching ministry with conferences, seminars, trainings and Bible studies to help Christians grow in the Word of God. Their messages of true faith, prophecy, healing, overcoming unbelief, mastering prayer and Bible study, evangelism, and many others have changed the lives of many.
Apostle and Prophet Henderson are also the gifted authors of several books. Their library includes The Revelation of Healing, We Don’t Look Like What We’ve Been Through, The Revelation of Faith, and Building On The Foundation: The Word Building System.
The Hendersons are great proponents of getting an education. Apostle Henderson holds a Master of Business Administration in Management from Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN. Prophet Henderson holds a BA from Vanderbilt University in Communication Studies and a JD from Northern Illinois University College of Law. They reside in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago with their two children Larry III and Anaiah.
KAC Elgin & Greater Chicagoland
Evangelist and Elder Johnson
Evangelist Brian and Elder Tywana Johnson (a.k.a. Elder B and Elder T) have been married for over 20 years and have served as a pillar family in the founding of The Kingdom Advancement Center (KAC) since its birth in 2012. The Johnsons have been instrumental to KAC’s mission as a training center dedicated to “Teaching the Word, Perfecting the Saints, Advancing the Kingdom of God.”
Brian and Tywana have served in God’s service to walk as pastors in their community as well as in the marketplace, where they have mentored, encouraged and edified current and future leaders in their respective vocations. Providing council to those in need has been one of God’s many graces they walk in as couple. Prior to joining the KAC, Elder Brian served as Youth Pastor for teen and young adult ministries at Set the Captive Free Outreach Center, Windsor Mills, MD and served more than 5 years for CLAY (Christian Leadership Advancement for Youth). They both continue to serve on prophetic teams, as conference speakers and teaching staff for children’s ministry. Additionally, Elder Brian serves as Finance Director, Children’s Ministry Staff, and Instructor for Kingdom Foundations 100 (Introduction to Kingdom Principles). Elder Tywana serves as Conferences Director.
The Johnsons are both in the health care industry and are answering the call on their lives to walk in the healing ministry. They have been blessed to attend healing impartation conferences through Global Awakening founded by Dr. Randy Clark. It is their desire to continue to see God’s will being made manifest in the lives of all those they are drawn to by the Father and experience his love and mercy through physical and emotional healing.
Evangelist Brian R. Johnson holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Toxicology from University of Cincinnati, College of Medicine in Cincinnati, Ohio and a B.S. in Chemistry and Biology from the H.B.C.U, Central State University in Wilberforce, OH. Elder Tywana Johnson holds a Masters in Business Administration from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio and a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from University Missouri at Rolla (now the Missouri University of Science and Technology) in Rolla, MO. They reside in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago with their two wonderful sons Kevin and Alec who are both active in the CLAY Ministry.
Deacon Kimberly Shaw is the Elder assigned to Youth and Education at The KAC. Her roles include Youth Director, KAC Scholars Program Director, and the Education Mountain Ambassador. She coordinates college readiness activities and events throughout the year including college fair visits and FAFSA application seminars. During the summer, Kimberly spearheads the KAC STEAM Academy for elementary through high school students in the Elgin area.
Currently, Kimberly works as a Financial Aid Services Counselor at Roosevelt University, Schaumburg Campus, and is a Board Director at the Elgin Math & Science Academy (EMSA) as the Chairwoman of the Outreach Committee. She also remains very active in the Elgin Community College district by facilitating financial aid workshops and presentations at high schools, ECC, and wherever her expertise is requested. She has dedicated her career to helping youth and college students matriculate successfully through the collegiate process.
Elder Kim currently holds a B.A. in Sociology from Northern Illinois University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Roosevelt University in Chicago. She currently resides in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago, IL.
Minister Nikki Palmer is the Director of the Kingdom Culture Children’s Ministry at The KAC. She has served in Children’s ministry for over 20 years and is also the 3rd-6th grade teacher. Kingdom Culture Children’s Ministry mission is to ignite the hearts of children, to receive Jesus as their personal Savior, to understand and embrace the culture of the Kingdom of God and to unearth their gifts and talents for the advancing of the Kingdom of God.
Minister Nikki is a published author and playwright; where she uses her love of words and gift of creative writing to bring the word of God to people in interactive, profound ways. As a spoken word artist, she has traveled to several states as a mouthpiece for God ever ready to share God’s love and speak God’s truth.
Minister Palmer’s heart also resides in International Ministry and Mission fields. She has contributed many teachings and seminars through the International Network of Children’s Ministry (INCM) and has been a Missionary to Haiti through the KAC’s Apostolic Go Ministry.
Minister Nikki received her certification in Early Childhood Assistant Teaching in 2010 and is currently working on a degree in Elementary Education from Harper College. She currently resides in the Northwest Suburbs of Chicago.
Deacons Stanley Jr and Synesha Parish have been married for over 18 years. Stanley is the Facilities and Security Director at the Kingdom Advancement Center. Synesha is the Kingdom Institute (KI) Director and member of the Board of Directors at the Kingdom Advancement Center. Together they are dedicated to servicing God’s people by building up the church through the spirit of love and acts of hospitality.
Professionally, Stanley is a Technical Support Supervisor for a well-known Communications company for over 16 years and Synesha is a licensed Real Estate Broker Associate with a Short Sale, Deed in Lieu and Foreclosure background for over 13 years. Their expertise in their professions are often used in servicing their church and extended church family. Stanley has used his knowledge and skill to implement and install various technical improvements throughout the Church. Synesha has helped grow the Kingdom by assisting families through the purchasing of their homes and educating them on the real estate process.
The Parishes both are continuing their education in pursuit of their collegiate degrees and various certifications in Project Management, Credit Counseling, and Real Estate. The Parish family name, by definition, means a Church Territorial Unit. The Parishes mission is to build up Churches through Education, Real Estate, Entrepreneurship and Hospitality. They currently reside in Elgin, IL with their family of 5 children: Jamari, Briana, Aliyah, Elijah, and Jordan.
KAC Greater Charlotte and the Carolinas Region
Evangelist and Pastor Kee
Evangelist Reggie & Pastor Quiana Kee are the Overseers for The KAC Greater Charlotte and the Carolinas Region. They have been married for over 16 years and lead as Teaching Elders at The KAC.
Reggie and Quiana are also the founders of Manu Forti Ministries and Ink Well Spoken, motivational speaking initiatives serving faith-based and marketplace needs. These ministries were birthed out of their mutual passion to enhance the potential in others through the power of the written and spoken word.
The Kee Family is full of gifted authors as well. Their library includes Common Genius, Uncommon Destiny, Steel Waters, and Defacing the Music: What Slips into the Grooves Once God Gets Removed. Their son, Josiah Kee, also has a book series entitled The Chronicles of an Uncommon Kid illustrated by his little sister, Maiyah who has also written her own book: The Color Blind Justice League. The Kees are also in the business of helping other would-be-authors publish Kingdom-minded books.
Both Kees are engineers by degree and earned their bachelors in 2000. Evangelist Reggie received a B.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Delaware, Pastor Quiana received a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh. Both continued to pursue post-graduate education which served to develop the latter half of their careers with an M.B.A. (Reggie) and Project Management Professional Certification (Quiana). Pastor Quiana is currently the Quality Director for the Americas Region for Continental Tires in South Carolina.
KAC Greater Dallas-Fort Worth and the Texas Region
Prophet JoAnn C. Witherspoon is the Overseer for The KAC Greater Dallas-Fort Worth and the Texas Region. She was born in Chicago, IL and now resides in Coppell, Texas.
Prophet Joann accepted the call into ministry in 1994 under the late Rev. Iceola Starling, former pastor of Mary Butler Memorial A.M.E. Church, Chicago, IL. In 2000 Prophet Joann was the assistant chaplain at the Salvation Army to Rev. LaRue Kidd, Pastor of True Light Missionary Baptist Church in Chicago. She received her Lay-Ministry Certification/License through Crusaders Ministry, Chicago in 2002 under Apostle Daryl O’Neal. In 2004 she began serving at House of Praise Family Church, Aurora, under Prophet Pat MacManus. She was ordained an elder in the office of the prophet in December 2007 through Christian International Ministries under the oversight of Apostle Leon Walters and Apostle Pat MacManus.
After serving a number of years at House of Praise Family Church, now known as Kingdom Impact Center in Aurora, Illinois, the Lord sent her to the Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas area in 2011. She is the Founder and Chief Executive of Jehovah Machseh Teaching and Training Center, “God Our Refuge Ministries”. She has authored two books; Deliverance 101: A Simple Guide for the Beginner and Strengthening the Prophets: God’s Servant.
Prophet Witherspoon is the mother of three children; Armonie, Annjo and Adam and grandmother of five: Arian, Morgan, Nathan, Marcus, and Bishop.