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Brenda Lebsack 

Coordinator of Interfaith Statewide Coalition


Brenda Lebsack and her husband Mark Lebsack have been in full time ministry for over 30 years.  Brenda has been a licensed / ordained minister and has served as a Children’s Pastor, Youth Minister, Worship Director, and Community Outreach Coordinator.


Brenda has been in education for 30 years.  She has taught elementary, middle school and high school grades, including alternative education.  In secondary grades, she taught English, PE and Special Education.  She is now an Adapted PE teacher. 


Prior to teaching she was a Peace Office for the Orange County Probation Department and helped write the Aids Prevention Curriculum. 


Brenda received her BS degree from Cal State Fullerton in Human Services, her teaching credential from San Jose State, her MA in Special Education from Chapman University, her Adapted PE authorization from Azusa Pacific University, and her Bachelors of Theology from Pacific Coast Bible College. 

Rabbi Dov Fischer, an attorney and adjunct professor of law, is a Senior Rabbinic Fellow at the Coalition for Jewish Values, congregational rabbi of Young Israel of Orange County, California, and holds prominent leadership roles in several national rabbinic and other Jewish organizations. He has been Chief Articles Editor of UCLA Law Review, clerked for the Hon. Danny J. Boggs in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, and served six years during the past decade on the Executive Committee of the Rabbinical Council of America. His writings on public affairs appear regularly in The American Spectator, where he is Senior Contributing Editor, and in Israel National News (Arutz Sheva), where he appears weekly. He also has published in The Weekly Standard, National Review, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Jerusalem Post, Israel Hayom, The Federalist, Daily Wire, American Greatness, American Thinker, and Frontpage Magazine. He is author of two books, Jews for Nothing (NY: Feldheim) and General Sharon’s War Against Time Magazine (NY & Jerusalem, Steimatzky). Several of his op-ed commentaries have been highlighted in Real Clear Politics daily summaries, and other of his writings are collected at www.rabbidov.com .

Jinah Yi

Master of Arts in Educational Leadership (Gateway Seminary)

Served more than 19 years as a Children’s Ministry Director. (Bethel Church in Irvine, California & Cerritos Presbyterian Church )

KGBC (Korean Gospel Broadcasting Company) speaker for Sex Education (2018)

CGNTV speaker for Biblical Sex Education for teens (7 seminars) 

Speaker for CEF (Korean community) for Discipleship Training and Sex Education for 7 years

President and founder of Protect Next Generation (nonprofit organization)


Author of Gospel for Kids volume 1 for Students; Gospel for Kids volume 1 for Leaders (in English only)

Author of Gospel for Kids volume 2 for Students; Gospel for Kids volume 2 for Leaders (in English only)

Author of Purity (sex education for children & Teens) in Korean and English. 

Pastor Marc T. Little

Marc Little is an ordained pastor and oversees No Longer Bound Abortion & Miscarriage Recovery Ministry, based in Los Angeles, California. 


Marc is a practicing attorney in California with his own firm, the Law Offices of Marc T. Little. He is a graduate of the University of Southern California, School of Journalism (BA), the University of Southern California, Gould School of Law (JD), and Fuller Seminary (MA).


Marc is also the Executive Director for CURE America Action, Inc., a 501 (c)(4)


Marc regularly appears on cable news, print and radio as a commentator in matters of faith, the family, and politics.


He has been married to his wife, Tegra, for 27 years.  They are the parents of one son, Yakob Marc Little.


Website Contacts for Marc:

CURE America Action: www.cure-action.com

No Longer Bound: www.nolongerboundministry.org


Social Media:

Instagram: @realmarctlittle

Instagram: @cure-action

Twitter: @ActionCure


Pastor Randy Woolstrum was a former deputy Sheriff and has trained hundreds of missionaries to avoid or survive as a hostage. He is a businessman, consultant to non-profits and a pastor to pastors. Having 55 foster brothers, 4 adopted brothers, and a natural brother and sister, Randy and his wife Terri have been married for 40 years with two children, one foster son, and four grandchildren.

Randy is President of Century Charities, which aids local churches in establishing schools through experiential and mastery based learning.

Championing religious liberties in the state of California, Randy works alongside Church United in restoring California to its religious roots.

Randy is also a $ 350,000 Franchise owner of So-Cal Social Media which specializes in out of home advertisements targeted to audiences in the Inland Empire and Palm Springs Region. 

Pastor Randy and his wife Terry pastor Grace Community Church in Orange County and are Denominational Superintendents overseeing many churches in their Southern California region.   

Consultant to Interfaith Statewide Coalition

Mustafa Umar completed a B.S. in Information and Computer Science from UC Irvine, a B.A. in Theology & Islamic Law from the European Institute of Islamic Sciences in France, and an M.A. in Islamic Studies from the University of Gloucestershire in the UK. He also studied the Islamic sciences for a year at Nadwatul ʿUlamā’ in Lucknow, India and spent another year studying in Cairo, Egypt. Mustafa later completed the traditional iftaa program at Darul Ifta Birmingham, UK, granting him the traditional title of ‘Mufti’, or specialist in Islamic Law. He has authored several books, served the Muslim community of Southern California as a scholar and activist for two decades, and is currently the president of California Islamic University, the Director of Education and Outreach at the Islamic Institute of Orange County, and an executive member of the Fiqh council of North America.