Sept 2017 SC Renewal CONFERENCE

Rev. Nigel W. D. Mumford

The Reverend Nigel Mumford, is an International Speaker, Author and Founder of By His Wounds, Inc. a non profit charity, focusing on Christian Healing. Nigel is also Priest Associate at Galilee Church in Virginia Beach, VA.

Nigel was born and educated in England. He served for six and a half years in Her Majesty's Royal Marine Commandos and continued his education while in the armed forces. His last two years as a Marine were spent as a drill instructor at the Commando Training School (CTCRM).

Nigel has been involved in the Healing Ministry for over 25 years. His conviction to pray for healing came in 1989 when his sister, Julie Sheldon, a ballet dancer with the Royal Ballet in London, was healed by God through the late Canon Jim Glennon. This was a very dramatic healing from a disease called Dystonia. Being a witness to her healing has had a profound effect on his life.

In 2007, Nigel, and two other retired military men, created "The Welcome Home Initiative” (WHI) a program of healing for veterans. This program invites men, & women of our Armed Forces ( from all wars ), who have served in combat, to come “free of charge” and be “welcomed home.” Our focus is on healing for post- traumatic stress and moral injury. More information on this program is found at our website By His Wounds.

Nigel is a published author; all his books and CDs are also available on By His Wounds.

Nigel regularly contributes articles to the quarterly Sharing Magazine (OSL). His ministry has been reported by the New York Times as well as broadcast on CBN/700 club. Two stories of healing have been published in Guideposts Magazine, (Dec 2000 and Feb 2006). Nigel has been honored to speak at many seminaries around the USA & UK. He serves on the National Advisory Board of Christian Healing Ministries in Jacksonville Florida, (Dr. Francis and Judith MacNutt). Nigel is a chaplain and board member for North American /International Order of St. Luke. Nigel is privileged to be a Paul Harris Fellow from Rotary International and a recipient of The Wittnauer Humanitarian award NY City, 1995.

In October 2009, Nigel was hospitalized and in ICU for over 2 months after contracting H1N1/Swine Flu. He developed pneumonia; then, secondary pneumonia. Nigel had to be put into a chemical induced coma. There was a time, where he was near death. He remained in a coma for 19 days, until the doctor’s were able to wean him onto a ventilator. The pulmonologist told him; “you were as close to death without dying that he has ever seen”. Nigel continues to gives thanks and praise to all the intercessors who lifted him up in prayer. He is alive because of prayer. Thank you Jesus!

Outside the ministry, Nigel enjoys boating, swimming, writing, and playing the violin, bagpipes, and clarinet. He and his wife, live Lynn live in Virginia Beach, VA.



Bishop Vincent D. and Christle L. Collins bring to the Agape Worship Center Church of God over twenty years of marriage, ministry, and military service. Bishop Collins is known for his ability to communicate biblical truth in a down to earth manner. His philosophy for his ministry is Love, Acceptance, and Forgiveness.

Bishop Collins is a native of Winter Haven Florida, and his wife Christle, is a native of South Hill, Virginia. Bishop Collins’ tenure service has included ministries in Germany Maryland, and South Carolina where he currently serves as Senior Pastor of the Agape Worship Center, Columbia, South Carolina. He has served as a Children's Pastor, Youth Pastor, Evangelist, and District Overseer. Bishop Collins is an anointed preacher and is often sought after for revivals, conferences, and camp meetings.

He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Organizational Management from Voorhees College and a Masters of Divinity in Pastoral Leadership from Columbia International University, Columbia, South Carolina. He is currently enrolled and pursuing a Doctorate of Divinity with Erskine Theological Seminary.

Bishop Collins formerly served on the State Council of the Church of God, South Carolina. He currently serves as the Chairman of the Church Ministries Board of the Church of God, South Carolina and also serves on the Pastor Advisory Committee for Ministry to the Military, International Church of God. Bishop Collins is a member of the Rotary Club in Columbia, South Carolina. Bishop Collins served 22 years in the United States Army retiring as a First Sergeant in May of 2002. Christle has a dual master Degree from Webster University in Human Resources. She has served on the Women's Ministries Board for the state of South Carolina Church of God. Christle also served 26 years in the United States Army retiring as a Sergeant Major in October of 2005. Bishop and Christle have one daughter, Christy Collins, 29 years of age, who resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. Christy has completed her Masters Degree in Human Resource Management from Webster University in Columbia SC.

Rev. Timothy M. Lijewski


Fr Tim was brought up in the Charleston area, in a devout Catholic family, and graduated from Wofford College. At Wofford, he worked in the Admissions Office for three years. He entered seminary in 1988 at the Catholic University of America and graduated with a Masters in Divinity in 1993, and ordained a priest on July 10, 1993 for the Diocese of Charleston.

Fr Tim’s assignments include: The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston; St. Augustine Catholic Church in Union; Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Laurens; Catholic Chaplain and Campus Minister at St. Thomas Moore Catholic Student Center and Chapel at the University of South Caroline in Columbia; Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church in North Augusta; St. James Catholic Church and Catholic Chaplain and Campus Minister at Coastal Carolina University in Conway.

In the summer of 1984, he attended the National Charismatic Conference at Notre Dame before his Senior year at Wofford. A woman said she had a prophecy that he would be a priest. God had already planted that seed, but that facilitated more serious discernment influencing his decision to enter the seminary in 1988. It was Bishop Unterkoefler of the Diocese of Charleston who sent Fr Tim to the Catholic University of America for seminary.