A native Detroiter of the Great state of Michigan and graduate of Cooley High and Wayne State University and MaDonna University. Retired from the International Union UAW and General Motors. Married to Wanda for 9 years with a unified family of 3 Sons, 1 Daughter, 4 Grandsons, 1 Grand Daughter and 1 Great Grandson. Serving Apostle Ellis and Pastor Maria at Jubilee City Church since 2017.


Cassandra N. Farley is an educator with a passion for imparting knowledge to others. Her background and experience in human resources, higher education, and business has enabled her to help others develop personally and professionally. Cassandra has over 15 years of teaching adult learners courses in business, human resources, and management.

Cassandra is also a certified instructional designer. She helps organizations design eLearning courses and materials, and reviews and edits course curricula for online learners. As an entrepreneur, Cassandra manages Friends of Families, Inc., a nonprofit organization serving seniors and families by providing services and resources for building and strengthening relationships in advance care planning (ACP). As a certified ACP facilitator, Cassandra coaches others on how to design care plans to ensure wishes and preferences are documented.


K. Lamont Pittman was born in Pontiac, MI., and raised in Ortonville, MI., where he attended Brandon High School. He has been married to his lovely wife Niketha for 17 years and they have four children, Keara, MaLaya, Hannah and Isaiah. He has more than 20 years of management experience with Fisher and Company, Alternative Transportation, General Motors, and most recently GMA Industries. In 2002 he was ordained as Lead Shepherd of Living Word Ministries and served as the Young Men’s Director for the Penecostal Assemblies of the World, aka P.A.W. From that assignment he transitioned to Detroit World Outreach in Redford, MI., serving in their Young Men Ministries, (S.O.V.). Presently Minister Lamont, serves as a Board of Director for Jubilee City Church in Westland, MI., and humbly serves in the Ministry of Helps as a sound technician and fulfilling various tasks when needed. He is a capable minister of the gospel and beloved by all for he demonstrates servant leadership and is always ready & willing to serve the ministry and its leaders. In his pastime, he is an avid basketball fan. His favorite scripture is Romans 8:28, "And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to His purpose."


Rodney Cox is a Native Detroiter and has been a member of Jubilee City since 2006. He is a 2011 graduate of the Jubilee City Leadership Training Institute (LTI), where he served as the class president. He has had a career in law enforcement for 30 years and currently serves in a leadership capacity as a Lieutenant and has pioneered community based programs within the agency, including a program called “Fathers First.” He has raised three children and believes in applying the principles of “servant leadership” at work, at home, and in the marketplace. He has a Masters Degree in Cultural Change and Leadership and is an advocate for the kingdom of God with a passion for sharing his perspectives on what it means to have a Biblical WorldView.