A Voice of Hope
Ed and Robin have been married since 1985. They met in a school of ministry at Phoenix First Assembly Masters Commission where he received his License to Preach. Since that time he received Ordination has been in full time ministry serving positions as Youth Pastors, College Carrier Ministry, Associate Pastors and Senior Pastor. Ed now travels Evangelistically full time as a welcomed minister in various Charismatic and Evangelical church settings, and has traveled extensively throughout the United States and abroad spending much of his time speaking and holding conferences and training. Ed and Robins gift always seems to awaken hearts and stir callings. Their passion for Christ’s heart and Gods manifest Presence impacts churches, communities and leaders, imparting freedom and a greater awakening of Gods Kingdom purpose.
Ed and Robin currently live in High Point, North Carolina and attend New Day Church. They are the proud parents of 7: son Devin married to Ashley and GBaby Ayla, daughter Gayla married to Micheal Curtis, 2 adult sons Gerrit and Wade, and 3 remaining at home Leah, Anya and Brent.
Ed and Robin are Ordained and have an active partnership with International Apostolic Ministry, consisting of leaders from many denominations and several ministries and networks (http://iamtheway.org).
Wayne C Anderson, President/CEO International Apostolic Ministry, views:
“Ed Kalnins has an apostolic voice revealing that which is most important to the body of Christ: The Presence. That Presence of the Holy One means everything to Ed and he is willing to “go where He goes” therefore drawing every audience into the greater place of the Presence of the Lord. Ed & Robin are tender-hearted people with a love for people that is unique to the body of Christ. That love rubs off on the audiences that they minister to.
Ed Kalnins speaks with wisdom he receives from the secret places that the Holy Spirit takes him. Thus, when he ministers, the room fills with a tangible presence of the Lord that is absolutely life changing to all”.