District Elder Johnathan Mintz, President

Mental Health Seminars & Speakers


Dr. Fred Jones

Dr. Fred Jones was born in Washington, DC. He grew up in Temple Hills, MD. He attended Prince George’s County Schools during his grade school years. He received his Bachelor’s degree from Bowie State University in Broadcast Journalism in 1991. His Masters in Education in 1999. And his Doctorate’s Degree in 2000.

Dr. Jones loves humor and enjoys the best out of life. At the age of 12, he lost his sight completely in the 6th grade. He often refers to the amazing support he received from his parents during that most difficult time of his life. Because of that support, Dr. Jones is who he is today. He is currently employed by Kettering Middle School as a Professional School counselor from 1996 until the present day. He loves what he does and has a passion for adolescent kids. He recognizes himself in the children he helps. He is also the CEO of Seeing is Believing, Inc. Dr. Jones is married to Carla Jones. They were wed in Holy Matrimony in 2011. During his employment at Kettering Middle School, he met and got to know Bishop Ronald Frazier. From that acquaintance they became great friends and Dr. Jones is a member of his church, Christ Church WOTCC.

Dr. Fred Jones stands on the scripture Philippians 4:13 “I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me”. He often says that John 9:1-4 is his scripture that saved his life from being a lost, confused preteen adolescent.

Dr. Rayvann Kee II

Dr. Rayvann Kee II is an associate minister, director of missions and outreach, director of men's ministry, praise and worship leader, altar worker, and Sunday school teacher at the Pentecostal Faith Assembly Church, under the leadership of Bishop Brenda Cuthbertson. He serves internationally as Director of Evangelism and Outreach for the International Pentecostal Young People's Union of the PA of W, Inc. A strong proponent of education, Dr. Kee holds 5 earned degrees, his most recent being his doctorate in clinical psychology. He is licensed to practice psychology in the state of Pennsylvania, where he owns his own full-time private practice. He has traveled on foreign missions since 2009, having been blessed to minister in Mexico, Africa, Colombia, Haiti, and lived in Guatemala for 3 months becoming fluent in Spanish. Most recently, he has initiated planting a ministry in the Kensington area of Philadelphia, as an expansion of his home church, called “The Grace Space.” He is a young man who loves the Lord, the work of the ministry, international missions travel, fashion, art, and all things entrepreneurial.


Dr. Twila Lindsay

Dr. Twila Lindsay is a native of Washington, D.C. and the daughter of the late Deacon Henry L. Lindsay, Sr. and Trustee Essie B. Lindsay. Dr. Lindsay is the grand-daughter of the late Henry C. Brooks and Willie S. Brooks, who were the founders of The Way of the Cross Church of Christ International. Dr. Lindsay has been a member of The Way of the Cross Church of Christ since birth, where her Senior Pastor is Bishop Alphonzo D. Brooks. She has always been actively involved in church events. She is a member of the Evangelist Board, Women’s Ministry and several choirs.

Dr. Lindsay attended D.C. Public Schools and Howard University where she received a Master’s of Science and Doctorate of Philosophy Degrees in Developmental Psychology. Currently, she is employed as an Assistant Dean for The Catholic University of America. In the past, Dr. Lindsay has held various positions such as Campus Dean for Strayer University; Research Psychologist for Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; Chief Operating Officer (COO) for Alternative Solutions for Youth; Director of a Psycho-social 24-hr Rehabilitation Center; Unit Psychologist for a private psychiatric hospital for adolescents; former President of the Apostolic Christian College; Academic Dean for the Word of Faith Christian College; and a Part-time instructor for various institutes of higher learning.

Dr. Lindsay is the founder of A Chosen Vessel Ministries (ACV). This ministry has been established not to just educate individuals on understanding spiritual warfare, but this ministry has empowered people to operate under the spiritual authority given to us through Jesus Christ. It is under Dr. Lindsay’s ministry that many individuals have experienced true deliverance and supernatural healing. The unique anointing that is upon Dr. Lindsay’s life has caused her to not only triumph, but be victorious over the enemy as she presses through the gates of hell to root up and destroy works of the enemy! Dr. Lindsay host a weekly Bible Chat on Periscope. You can follow her on Periscope @DrTJLindsay and her YouTube channel, Dr. TJLindsay.

Dr. Lindsay serves as the 21st Century Huldah; a woman with a prophetic voice who declares the Word of God with authority. Dr. Twila Lindsay is “A CHOSEN VESSEL” to be used for God’s Glory!

Sister Cayla Chase

Cayla Monique Chase was born February 6, 1997. Her parents are Robert and Carlene Chase. She has one sibling, a younger brother Cameron. She is a member of the Bethel Way of the Cross Church in Huntingtown, Maryland under the leadership of Senior Pastor Bishop Darnell Easton. Cayla is baptized in Jesus’ name and filled with the Holy Ghost. She serves locally at Bethel on the hospitality ministry, Children’s Christian education instructor, assistant vacation bible school instructor, and youth praise team and youth choir. She has served and participated on the national level of the Way of the Cross including third Vice President of the Intermediate youth, praise team, bible bowl, bible bee, scholarship recipient, choir member, Ambassadors award winner, essay contest winner and Daughters of Destiny member. Cayla has an associate’s degree in Business Administration and has recently received a bachelor’s degree in business management with a minor in Entrepreneurship. Cayla is currently employed by Calvert County Public Schools as a Substitute Teacher and carries a CPI certification with special training in behavior management.. She is the visionary and director of Daughters of Compassion. A Christian young ladies mentorship group founded in 2015 for ages 8-26. The core purpose of this group to provide support to the whole person. An emphasis is place on individuals finding their purpose and finding their value. By doing so, they become confident in themselves which in turn allows them to effectively operate in their purpose. The areas of focus include God, family, community and self-awareness. Cayla loves to be transparent and prays that though her transparency people see Christ’s grace, mercy and healing power. She believes that if God uses her to bring one person to Christ, free them from bondage, help them unmask, and bring them clarity that is enough for her.

Deacon Herrell Mitchell

Herrell Mitchell I’m originally from Hampton VA where I was a born member Living Waters Redeemed Apostolic Church of Christ under Bishop James Jackson. My late mother Bernetta Mitchell and my grandmother Magnora Lynch we’re missionaries under the Way of The Cross. I now attend Tried Way of The Cross where I’m under Pastor Ricky Anderson. I’m married to Lora Mitchell and we have one daughter named Riley. I starred in the field of mental health in 2008 where I was a youth mental health counseling with sexually aggressive teenage boys. I then worked at Eastern State Psychiatric Hospital where I was a Recovery Support Specialist providing recovery Support to individuals with the diagnoses of NGRI which means (not guilty by reason of insanity). Before moving to North Stafford I worked at Portsmouth Community service board as a mental Health Case Manager and a restoration counselor. I now work with the Rappahannock Area community services board as a Jail Diversion Case Manager at the Rappahannock regional jail where we can service up to 1800 inmates. I enjoy this field where I’m able to help individuals with mental illness toovercome the stigmas associated with mental illness to let them know that they can live a normal successful life through counseling and community support. I often tell my clients that “we have to stop viewing ourselves how others have view us all our lives and start to see ourselves how we want to see ourselves”.