Crisis Response Ministry Training Seminar – San Diego, CA.
Saturday, October 2nd, 2021

Learn how to minister effectively in times of crisis and disaster. Acquire skills and confidence that will enable you to respond with God’s love and power when people need it the most. 

Join us for the Crisis Response Ministry Training. Topics include:

  • Responding to Crisis with Confidence
  • Hearing God’s Voice & Sharing His Heart
  • Calming Anxiety & Releasing Peace
  • Next Steps to Become a Credentialed Relief Worker

  • Introduction to Disaster Chaplaincy
  • How to Bring Healing
  • Working with Emergency Services
  • Personal Ministry and Activation

Trainers & Presenters

Sean Malone

After months of prophetic intercession on top of buildings in lower Manhattan, Sean was thrust into rescue efforts at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks. There he provided lighting for the search and rescue operations due to his background in major motion pictures. In 2005, he and his family moved to New Orleans at the word of the Lord, which landed them there just days before Hurricane Katrina made landfall. They saw a mighty outbreak of God’s power in the wake of the storm, with many signs and wonders following. This is where the seeds for being involved in crisis response work were planted. In 2007 he and his wife Laura officially launched Crisis Response International. Since then, CRI has trained over ten thousand volunteers to reach the harvest in the midst of crisis in the power of the Holy Spirit. He serves as the Director of Crisis Response International with the mission to train and mobilize relief workers and full-time crisis response missionaries to bring God’s power and love to transform communities around the world.

Mickey Stonier

Dr. Stonier has served in pastoral ministry for over 45 years and has been actively involved in planting over 100 church plants, orphanages, parachurch ministries, and numerous chaplaincy programs.

He serves as chaplain and instructor for multiple agencies in San Diego including Police, Fire/Rescue Departments, Medical Examiner’s office, and Emergency Medical Services. In addition, Mickey serves with the National Critical Response team that provides spiritual care to victims and families affected by weapons of mass destruction and major airline disasters.

Mickey is a member of the San Diego Critical Incident Stress Management organization and a certified trained instructor for the International Critical Incident Stress Management Foundation. He authored the book GODISNOWHERE: Where is God in the Midst of Your Pain? that provides practical and Biblical guidance to those going through a time of crisis.

His educational credentials include a Bachelor of Science in Child Development, a Masters of Divinity degree from Azusa Pacific University, and a Ph.D. in Marriage and Family Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. Mickey is currently an Adjunct Professor at Azusa Pacific University Seminary and Bethel Seminary.

He and his wife Karen live in San Diego and have four children and four grandchildren.

Pastor Greg Hendricks

• Greg was President and Director of a non-profit based out of Nigeria Africa called the Ejike Ugboaja Foundation.
• Greg is a licensed Ordained Minister by way of the Rock Church San Diego.
• Greg serves as Chaplin on the Leadership league Cruises and fan experience.
• Greg was a member of the Advisory Board of The Olivia Hudson Foundation.
• Greg Currently serves as a board member for Elisha Revolution Ministries.
• Greg Currently Serves as a board member for Genesis Recovery.
• Greg Currently Serves as a steering committee member for the Rock Church San Diego Dream Center.
• For 12 years Greg was living in Washington State and going to Africa every summer to run basketball camps, while helping kids come to America to get Christian educations and go to college.
• Greg served as Sports Ministry Director for the rock church 2013-2015.
• Greg Served as Associate Campus Pastor at Rock Church El Cajon 2015-2018.
• Greg Served as the Campus Pastor at the Rock Church East County campus in El Cajon, California 2018-2022.
• He has participated and served in many charity events including speaking engagements in the U.S. and abroad. Organizations and engagements such as the Hope Leadership foundation, sports camps / prisons in the Philippines, Rock Church events, and Chapels for WNBA & NBA franchises as well as the NFL and MLB.
• He currently serves as spiritual council for the community and mayor of the city of El Cajon, CA, as well as political leaders, athletes and musicians all over the US and world.
• He also speaks, teaches and trains domestically and globally to churches, organizations and influencers about topics such as church expansion, racism, personal & spiritual growth, team development and community impact.

Pastor Micah Whitley

Micah Whitley grew up in Southeast San Diego in the 1980s, during the height of the Crack Cocaine Epidemic. Although he was born into a strong Christian family, he struggled with anger and rage as he witnessed many of the neighborhood boys and girls succumb to the perils of street life. By God’s grace, Micah escaped becoming another neighborhood statistic by giving his life to Jesus shortly after graduating high school. Following this transformation, God sent Micah on an amazing journey, shaping and molding him by surrounding him with great leaders and placing him in priceless growth opportunities. These growth opportunities included traveling with (and eventually becoming certified by) Dr. Roger Sapp: founder of All Nations Ministries and the Christ-Centered Healing Seminar.

As of 2021 Micah is an ordained elder with over 30 years of ministry leadership experience and a proven track record of building disciple-making systems. He has been serving at the Rock Church San Diego since 2009 and on staff there since 2012. Micah loves the mission (Save Equip Send) and the vision (to establish global Pervasive Hope) of the Rock because it encourages everyone to represent Jesus by making disciples. It truly empowers believers to become the hands and feet of Jesus and to love everyone in their path.

The ministry environment of the Rock Church presented the opportunity for Micah to launch their Divine Healing Ministry in May of 2014. This ministry was instrumental in training and mobilizing team members to minister to those in need of physical healing, resulting in over 30,000 healings from May 2014 to December 2020. Micah loves to teach and do what Jesus taught and did.
You can find Micah, Deedee (his wife of 20 years), and their four children ministering together in church or the marketplace, from world missions to neighborhood Walmarts, teaching and doing! Micah has an unrelenting passion to equip the body of Christ. His personal mission statement is to love Jesus and to obey His commandment to make disciples so that the Kingdom of God continues to expand on the earth.

Madi Stonier

Madi Stonier is a San Diego Licensed Therapist. She is President of One Life Counseling and co-founder of the non-profit, Healing Center SD Inc. Her education and training is in trauma counseling, anti-human trafficking, international missions, and inner healing ministry. Over the past eleven years, she has been serving in leadership roles at the San Diego Rock Church, Finding Freedom International, Gospel House, and Youth With a Mission. She operates out of a prophetic gifting and loves to release words from the Lord to transform hearts and cities. She has trained thousands of believers in San Diego to hear God's voice for empowered ministry. She is currently excited to expand her non-profit to make emotional and spiritual healing available to individuals in San Diego and missionaries around the world.

Registration Details

When?

9AM-6PM on Saturday, October 2, 2021

Where?

2277 Rosecrans St.
San Diego, CA 92106

Who?

Ages 12-99

How Much?

$55 Per-Person (advanced registration required)

Questions?

A Little About Us

CRI is a 501(c)3, charitable organization that mobilizes emergency relief supplies, volunteer workers, mobile kitchens, medical personnel, chaplains, and clean-up crews to assist people who are suffering in times of crisis and disaster. Since 2007 we have been training individuals and churches to become relief workers and effectively meet the unique spiritual, physical, and emotional needs that arise in urgent times of crisis and disaster.