Kingdom Awards Nomination Committee
Dalton Jantzen is co-founder of 30 60 100 MINISTRIES with a 40+ year career in experiencing the Lord's power in the mission fields of Colombia, in para-church ministry in North and South America, Europe, and Southeast Asia, and as a consultant in corporate America. He and his wife Vicki just celebrated 42 years together and share the passion of seeing a generation of believers fully equipped to challenge their culture and make common Christian complacency obsolete.
Paul Collins is a retired Prison Chaplain in New Mexico and currently serves as Executive Director of Eagles Unlimited and is Board President of Wings, a ministry to families of those incarcerated. Interim Ministry Director at Heights Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Renee Lynch is a native of Albuquerque and has attended the University of New Mexico earning her teaching degree. She further completed her Master’s Degree specializing in Language Arts. Renee was a teacher with Albuquerque Public Schools for 26 years. During that time she taught K-5 grades. Her past experiences include Title 1 reading specialist, Student Success Advocate and Special Education. Her love for the Lord has always been of major importance to her and she knows the Lord put her in service with children as a very special privilege and honor.
Paul Jew is the Business Manager and co-owner of Kim Jew Photography Studio, a company that specializes in family, high school senior, children’s, sports, school and executive portraits. Paul also serves on the Elder Board at Grace Church, the Board of Directors for the Albuquerque Chapter of the Chinese American Citizen’s Alliance and he is the Area Leader for the Fellowship of Companies for Christ International (FCCI). Paul has been married to Judy since 1983 and they have two sons, Brandan,17 and Corban, 10.
Leticia Chavez-Paulette is Executive Director and co-founder of A Peaceful Habitation with two houses in Albuquerque and a prospective home in Las Cruces; Advisory Committee member of Christian Association of Prison Ministry-Detroit and Correctional Ministries and Chaplain’s Association; Member of Fellowship of Companies for Christ International; Appointed member of Governor’s House Memorial 3 Task Force, New Mexico Corrections Department Re-Entry Steering Committee; Member of Housing Leadership Group of New Mexico, Kairos Prison Ministry, Prison Fellowship Ministry, Micah Fellowship.
Dr. Bill McCulloch spent his first career in engineering and research at Sandia National Laboratories, focusing primarily on reliability and safety of energy and nuclear systems, but alongside that he has been actively studying and teaching the Bible in various forums throughout his adult life. He became involved with Trinity Southwest University, completing all but the dissertation toward a doctorate in biblical archaeology and biblical studies and teaching both graduate and under-graduate classes. In addition, he has been working with Chafer Theological Seminary to facilitate Christian education at all levels around Albuquerque. Dr. McCulloch has been the Adult Connection Teaching Coordinator at Hoffmantown Baptist Church, helping administer adult Bible study and equipping classes for the church.