Doug and LaDonna Joseph recently celebrated 29 wonderful years of marriage, and they have four awesome kids. Doug is an ordained minister in the United Pentecostal Church Int'l (since 2003), and pastor of Christian Apostolic Church (since 2002). He served on the board of directors of the WV Home Missions Department, both as secretary-treasurer and as director. Currently (as of December, 2017) he serves as state tresasurer for West Virginians For Life. In 2004, the Josephs led CAC to establish Apostolic Christian Academy (K-12 Christian school). Previously, Doug was creative director for the General Home Missions Division, at the United Pentecostal Church International headquarters in St. Louis, MO, where the Josephs were blessed by the friendship and mentorship of Rev. and Mrs. Jack & Elsy Cunningham. Doug helped launch the UPCI's national Men's Ministry, and was editor for the Apostolic Man magazine. He oversaw the creation of Ready To Be Free, a sweeping evangelism thrust. Before that, the Josephs served on pastoral staff of North Charleston Apostolic Church (WV), blessed by the leadership of Pastor Billy & Shirley Cole. LaDonna Joseph is a great wife and mom. She is CAC's general secretary, school principal, and minister of music. She currently serves on the board of directors of WV UPCI's Ladies Ministry. She has also served as the pianist for WV's All-State Choir. The Josephs helped the Coles to publish their memoirs (available at www.amazon.com and  www.BillyColeBook.com). Doug is author of The Skyport Chronicles, a futuristic Christian "sci-fi" series (available at amazon.comskyportchronicles.com, and wherever else goof books are sold). LaDonna is a native of West Virginia. Doug hails from Shreveport, LA, and is an adopted, honorary West Virginian. Pastor Joseph's blog is at dougjoseph.net.

Last updated December, 2017.