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Jeremy Mohl

My family and I have been involved in childrens ministry for nearly 5 years haveing held crusades all over the state of North Dakota as well as childrens camp meetings.  We use a couple of different characters such as JJ the clown and JJ the “nerd”. We incorporate illustrative preaching, skits, story telling and gospel illusion and puppets to bring children to a place of repentence and fellowship with the Holy Ghost. With a background in adult education combined with childrens ministry I also share a burdon and passion to teach sunday school teacher and children worker seminars.


Rev. & Mrs. Dennis Ploch

     Rev. and Mrs. Dennis Ploch has been involved in Children’s Ministry for 40+ years.   Bro. Ploch plays a bumbling church handyman by the name of Bro. Goober!  Bro. Goober has been a part of the Ploch’s ministry from the beginning.  Although, Bro. Goober is not the sharpest tool in the shed, he has a pure heart and brings humor in his illustrated sermons, motion songs, object lessons   and   effectibles   (special   effects/parables.)     Bro.   Goober’s   captivating   antics   draw   the children’s   attention   and   help   them   receive   the   Bible   message   in   a   practical   way.   Go   to and search for Goober Stairs and this will give you an idea of one of  Bro. Goober antics!   In their ministry they have seen many children, teens and adults receive the baptism of the Holy Ghost.
     Bro. and Sis. Ploch has minister in 43 states, 4 foreign countries, 4 American Native Reservations at District Jr. Camps, Revivals and Teacher’s Training.  Presently Bro. Ploch is Children’s Pastor at The Pentecostal Church in Memphis, TN pastored by Rev. Bill Parkey.  He is an Ambassador with Ronald McDonald House and with St. Jude Hospital as an on call minister.  He is also serving the Tennessee   District   as   Sunday   School   Secretary   and   helps   coordinate   the   TN   District   Teacher Training Program  “IGINITE.”    Bro.  Ploch, Sis.  Ploch  and  Bro.  Goober  are  available  for  Camps, Revivals, and Children’s Ministry Training on a part time basis.
     If you would like to have Bro. & Sis. Ploch and of course, Bro. Goober, at your church for
a Revival and Teacher Training or a District Camp please contact them at 901-849-1099
or 901-326-5838

Kim and David Ramsey

God called Kim and David Ramsey to Children’s Ministry 30 years ago.  They have been involved in all aspects of ministry – teaching and organizing Sunday School, Bus Ministry, Children’s Church, and Teacher Training.  In 1993 the Ramsey’s founded the program, Street R.A.G.E., (Reaching A Generation Effectively) which is a high-energy open-air children’s church that goes right into the neighborhoods where children live.  The Ramsey’s have mentored hundreds of children and have seen many give their lives to the Lord.  20 years later, this ministry still continues in their local church and is being done by other churches in neighborhoods all across America and even on the foreign field.

The Ramsey’s began evangelizing 20 years ago, as well as working in a local church as Children’s Pastors.  In 2009, Bro. Ramsey was diagnosed with colon cancer, and passed away in July of 2012.  His wife continues on with the legacy of reaching children through local ministry as well as evangelizing – conducting children’s revivals, camps, seminars and Street R.A.G.E. workshops.  The Ramsey’s daughters and son-in-laws are helping to carry on the legacy as well.


Brent Randall

“Kids & Company” Ministries 

Brent Randall has served in Children’s Ministry leadership for over twenty years. His first several years of ministry were under the leadership of Bishop Kenneth Haney in Stockton, California.

He is best-known for his Teacher Training seminars which he has taught coast-to-coast. He also serves as a children’s ministry consultant for local churches.

He is also known for his storytelling techniques and is a dynamic speaker for kids and adults alike.

Furthermore, he is the host of the popular radio show, “Kids & Company,” which has aired on KYCC in Stockton for over 25 years.