About Howard Storm
Born in 1946 and raised in Massachusetts is currently pastor of Saint Mark United Church of Christ in Latonia, Kentucky. His wife Marcia is a pediatric occupational therapist in Ohio and they live in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. Marcia and Howard have six children and nine grandchildren between them. He was ordained in 1992 and served Zion United Church of Christ, Norwood, Ohio, United Church of Christ of Covington, Ohio, and is currently serving St. Mark United Church of Christ, Latonia, KY. From 1972 to 1992 he was a professor of Art and head of the department of art at Northern Kentucky University. His degrees are a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute, MA and MFA from University of California, Berkeley, and MDiv from United Theological Seminary.
On June 1, 1985 while dying in a hospital in Paris, France he had a Near Death Experience that involved being tormented in hell, calling out to Jesus, being saved, given a life review, and having all his questions answered. From that experience he ceased being an atheist and is now a Christian pastor. He has written four books based on his experience and has participated in over thirty overseas mission trips and countless missions in the US. Currently there is a Hollywood movie being produced by Alcon Studios based on his story.
Reverend Storm and Marcia live in the house he built in 1977 with their dogs and goldfish. He is an avid flower gardener, painter, and grandfather. His life is dedicated to sharing the love of God to the world and especially sharing the love of Jesus Christ. The most important lesson he learned in his near death experience is a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
Mission and Evangelism are two inseparable parts of taking the gospel of Jesus Christ out into the world.
Matthew 28:18-20, "go..." This is not a suggestion from the Lord.
Besides hundreds of talks, thousands of location missions responsivity, and trips on five continents, I have focused on a village in Belize, Central America, San Victor, Corozal District, Belize has been transformed since our first mission in 2001. We are approaching our 30th mission trip. We have built the church, most of the school buildings, 78 homes, sent hundreds of students to high school and college, and much more.
Right now we are building a community center, which will significant empower the people of the village.
Learn more by contacting Rev. Howard Storm
Do you want to support this mission? Send tax deductible donations to :
Belize Mission Fund
15 South Fort Thomas Ave.
Fort Thomas, KY 41075