Rev. George Lamb | President

Rev. George Lamb, Founder/Executive Director of Millennium Man Ministries; CEO of Millennium Man Consultants, LLC and President and Chief Executive Officer of the Faith Advisory Council for Community Transformation.  He is the Director of Communications and Development, for the American Evangelical Christian Churches.  He is a Servant Leader to Community Based and Non-Profit organizations, county and state government agencies in the areas of organizational management, marketing, community engagement and ministry relations.

Rev. Lamb was called into the ministry in 1986 and after serving under the Honorable Rev. Jerome A. Green; he was ordained an Evangelist in 1988. After faithfully serving the Lord for 19 years, he accepted the mantle and became licensed minister of the Gospel in 2007 while attending Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary.  Serving under the leadership of Dr. Morris A. Curry, while in seminary, Rev. Lamb was Ordained to the ministry in 2009, and graduated with seminary degrees in Christian Ministry and Church Leadership in 2010.  Rev. Lamb has tasted of the Lord and knows of His goodness and is dedicated to building the kingdom of God and serving God’s people.


Rev. Lamb, is currently serving under the leadership of Harold K. Webber, Sr. Pastor of Living Way Christian Fellowship in Moreno Valley, CA, where as a member of the Executive staff, he serves as the Director of Men’s Ministry and Co-Directs the Ministry of Education with his wife Jamie of 18 years.  They are the grateful parents of 3 children and 4 grandchildren.

Dr. Lowell P. Ford | Secretary

Dr. Ford serves on the AECC International Executive Board as their secretary and also as secretary to the AEBC Executive board and as Director of Regions for the AECC.  As Director of Regions for the AECC he oversees and advises the coordinators of the regions of the U.S. as needed, and is the coordinator of his home region. He pastors a small country church in Central Ohio and serves as a family service consultant for Service Corporation International out of Texas.


His work experience consists of: 20 years of retail management; 15 years as department head and teacher for two adult colleges in Central Ohio; and 30 plus years of pastoring.  Dr Ford serves his community on various levels and he enjoys catering dinners for them on occasions.

He has received his education from Mount Vernon Nazarene College; University of Illinois; Indiana University; Proctor for ESCO INSTITUTE; National Center for Construction Education and Research; Association of Career College and Schools; The News; Smart Path Learning Solutions; and numerous continuing education credits.


Dr. Ford and his wife Odessa reside in Central Ohio and they have two children and eight grandchildren.

Dr. Michael E. Ward, Sr. | Treasurer

Mike wants to help the AECC become all that it can be in the service of our Lord and strives for that goal in all that he does in his capacity as a member of the board of directors.

Mike became the Pastor of Hope Chapel Community Church a Charter AECC church in the spring of 1995 and joined the AECC and was ordained in September 1995, he served as Pastor of Hope Chapel Community Church till the spring of 2001.

He was invited to join the AECC Board of Directors in 1997 and has served on the board since then and as Treasurer of the AECC since 1998. 

Mike has a varied background in his Christian walk, he was saved at the age of 15 at Calvary United Brethren Church (UBC) in Indianapolis Indiana. Immediately the church saw the potential for leadership in Mike as they immediately enlisted him to be the assistant song leader and he became the President of the youth group.  Mike went on the hold the following offices at Calvary; not listed in order or sequence, member of the board of directors, assistant treasurer, deacon, member of the board of trustees, Sunday school superintendent, youth director and lay minister.

When he became unable to agree with the doctrines and actions of the church United Methodist Church after the merger of the United Brethren with the Methodist church he started a pilgrimage seeking the truth of the Bible.  His pilgrimage took him and his family away from the United Methodist Church and through various denominations of churches that included the Independent Baptist Church, an Independent non-denominational church and The General Association of Regular Baptist Churches, before he found the AECC.

Mike says that his journey taught him that all denominations have some Biblical truth in them but with lots of strings attached, however; he says that the AECC has it correct; it is Jesus the Christ and Him alone with nothing added and nothing removed that is the truth of the Bible and that he has found a home till his spirit returns to his maker.


At the age of 18 Mike went to work for the International Harvester Company at their Indianapolis Engine Plant and remained there for 20 years before becoming self-employed in various sales and service positions until his retirement in 2016. Mike has completed several Dale Carnegie courses and earned every level of achievement award offered there. Mike has experience in leadership with Sertoma (The name is an acronym for Service to Mankind) having served at all levels of leadership in his local club as well as achieving the status  of Distinguished Governor of his district for two terms.

Mike has been happily married to his wife Sandra since 1968 even though he says that he really married her when they met 4 years earlier, it was love at first sight.  They have two grown children Michael and Heather, one grandchild and two step-grandchildren.

Dr. Douglas Schlemmer | Missions Director

In 1962, at the age of 11, I learned about salvation through Christ in a weekend Christian camp. I went back to my agnostic family with no further understanding of my salvation and no support to learn more about God. But God the relentless lover, pursued me as I grew up. Through my early adult years I have had many hats:  U.S. Coast Guard veteran, ice plant manager, teamster truck driver.  I worked and pursued my education in business and completed 2 years of business courses from Fullerton College and El Camino College. In 1978, I was asked to be on staff at an Assembly of God church, I was attending, as Associate Pastor.


During my 10 years on pastoral staff there I sought the education required for the ministerial position I was serving in. I received an AA, BA, DD in religious education from Berean School of the Bible (now Global University), as well as American Evangelical Bible College (AEBC). I have been licensed as a minister since 1979 with AECC and was ordained in 1984 by them. God in his providence returned me to Christian Camping and I have been a director for Pinecrest Christian Conference Center for 28 years where I continue to serve Him. I serve on the Board of AECC and AEBC since 2003 as mission’s director. I also presently serve on two church boards as well as being an associate pastor at my local church. I have been married to Tamra for 44 years and have 2 grown children.

Rev. Phillip Mckinney | Communications Director

After encountering Jesus as a teenager, Rev. Phillip McKinney, felt a specific call on his life to pastor and help others find their purpose in God.  He married Becky, his high school sweetheart, and now they have four beautiful children.  Phil and Becky have had the honor of serving in many different capacities of ministry for more than 20 years. After starting a Bible study in the summer of 2011, they followed Gods lead to plant a church. On January 6, 2012 Believers Christian Church held its first service. He and his team have been overjoyed to be a part in what God is doing in their community. Today they offer four Sunday morning services and continue to watch the Father’s love restore the hearts and lives of people each week. Together with their team they give away nearly 100,000 pounds of food annually through their food pantry and serve dozens of families with their Christian Childcare & Preschool.  Pastor Phil has been a member and Ordained Minister with the AECC since 2010. Phil also received his Bachelor of Arts in Ministry Degree from the AEBC in 2012.

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