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Charlie and Susie Coker are Senior Leaders and founders of Identity Church. They have been in the retail and wholesale lighting business for over 45 years and since 1998, have traveled in an itinerant ministry role all over the United States and abroad, releasing the Light of the Father’s Glory.

They have been married for 40 years, and have two sons, Jason and Bryan, two grandsons and three granddaughters.

Charlie and Susie have personally experienced a broken marriage and broken lives. Their testimony of God’s healing power in all areas of their lives is profound, and God is now using them to heal others. Armed with the healing of their marriage, and deliverance from racism (Charlie), they are effective in preaching and teaching those in the body of Christ how to rebuild their lives and make their homes Christ centered and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

Their calling is to raise up a God centered people who can and will operate in the gifts and callings of God, and release the Glory of heaven. They also desire to tear down the walls between the clergy and their congregations. They model that all are ministers, and encourage, push and prod, until the family of God is operating in the fullness of all God has called them to be.

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Rodney and Debbie Matteson have been serving the Lord for over 20 years, and were ordained as Elders at Identity Church in 2013. Together they have ministered to children and youth in and outside the church. Debbie is a worshiper at heart and walks in a strong prophetic and intercessory anointing. Rodney leads the Iron Sharpens Iron Men’s Ministry. He is a member of the Ministry Board of Directors and oversees the Affiliated Ministries. Rodney has served on several Boards and carries a strong anointing in administration and kingdom government. He also walks in the gifts of teaching, prophetic ministry and intercession.

Rodney and Debbie live in Deltona, FL and have been married for 27 years. They have four children Travis, Sammy, Jessica and Rachel. “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord” is not just a scripture that this family reads, it is part of who they are.