“We just completed the Revelation of Hope Bible Prophecy Seminar with Evangelist Taj Pacleb. His preaching has been absolutely exceptional, probably the best I have ever heard for content, delivery, and clarity—truly Spirit-filled and fresh every evening… Over 45 people have made decisions for baptism. I am also noticing revival and reformation among the church members with several active members asking for rebaptism. Needless to say, I highly recommend this series.” Pastor Larre, Oroville, CA


“The nature of Divinity is that it can be moved by humanity. God is not cold, nor hard, nor calloused to the human experience. The mighty immovable Rock is moved by compassion for us!” – Evangelist Taj encourages “Your Best Pathways to Health” volunteers and attendees at the Los Angeles Convention Center. In 3 days, 4,000 volunteers served the people of Los Angeles by providing over 30 million dollars worth of free health care to over 10,000 people, extending the healing ministry of Jesus to those in need.


“In March 2016, Revelation of Hope Associate Evangelist, Keoki Gandeza, presented a Bible Prophecy Seminar at the Waipahu SDA Church in Hawaii. It was phenomenal! Night after night, people from the surrounding community came to hear profound Biblical truths presented in an easy-to-understand way. People were attentive as they listened to a fellow native son (Brother Keoki grew up in Waipahu and graduated high school there some time ago). Several people made decisions to give their hearts fully to the Lord through baptism while a number of others signed up for follow up Bible studies. It was such a great blessing to see people get on fire for Jesus!”


“I don’t want to be famous. I just want to be faithful! Let us not seek to be great in the sight of men, but like John the Baptist, only great in the sight of the Lord” – Evangelist Taj challenges thousands of GYC attendees in Louisville, Kentucky to remember that in order to be great in the sight of the Lord you must be “confident in identity, secure in simplicity, and genuine in humility.”