Leadership Team

Black Hills Section Rep - Sandra Ogunremi
Sandra Ogunremi is an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God. She teaches on the importance of living for Christ and bringing glory to God. With a doctoral degree in health administration, she is passionate about ministries creating a structure that will ensure integrity and success. She coaches on setting up proper and biblically sound administrative structures. She has taught the Word of God in the Unites States, Africa and England. She is happiest when she is being used as a conduit to bless others. She has been happily married to Dr. Ayodele Ogunremi since 1993 and they are blessed with three children.

East Central Section Rep - Natalie Potter
 Natalie and her husband, Jonathan, have been ministers at Mitchell Assembly of God since February of 2014. She attended Central Bible College majoring in Preaching/Evangelism. Jon and Natalie met while attending college in pursuit of God’s call upon their lives. God has taken them on an amazing journey as they have been pastoring and raising four beautiful children (Arabella, Dillon, Gabrielle and Judah). Currently, Natalie is homeschooling her children, running the Sunday morning Children’s Ministry, and working part-time teaching Chinese children the English language. She truly enjoys being a Pastor’s wife and a mom.

Central Section Rep - Gail Jahn


Gail and her husband David have been married since 1978 years and have 2 grown daughters, and 2 grandchildren. Gail is licensed with the Assemblies of God, and has had the pleasure of speaking at various women’s groups in different settings. Her passion is to see women of all ages set free from pain and anger so they may know the joy and peace God has for them! Her story of sexual abuse is not isolated. As women of God we must be willing to visit our past through the power of the Holy Spirit with a determination only God can give! She also enjoy speaking to groups about our journey of faith that started with the birth of our Down Syndrome daughter Elissa when they were 19 and 20 years old. They were told that Elissa may never walk or talk and that we should make her a ward of the state and walk away from her. The guilt, fear and frustration caused each of us to ask tough questions like “why God?” and “where are you God?” David pastors at the Winner Assembly of God Church. 


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