Grace Bible Pearlside
98-771 Oihana Place Aiea, HI 96701 United States


7:00p - opening session
9:00p - worship concert

9:00a - main session
11:00a - seminars
12:00p - lunch break
1:30p - main session
3:30p - seminars
4:30p - dinner break
7:00p - closing session
9:00p - afterparty

10:00a - baptism & fun day


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Norman Nakanishi

Norman Nakanishi is the senior pastor of Grace Bible Church Pearlside, a growing multi-generational church committed to reaching people and equipping them to fulfill their destiny. Pastor Norman also is a member of the United States National Leadership Team for Every Nation, our international movement of churches and ministries worldwide. Pastor Norman has a bachelor of education degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa, and a master’s in biblical counseling from Christian International College. He also speaks in corporate and community settings on inspiration, leadership, and relationships. Norman along with his wife Faye and their family reside in Pearl City.

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Joseph Bonifacio

Joseph is the director of Every Nation Campus in Manila, Philippines, who has been invited to speak to students in different countries around the world. In university, Joseph took up political science at Ateneo de Manila University with the intent of taking law, but upon receiving his bachelor’s degree in 2004, Joseph responded to the call and became a campus missionary with Every Nation Campus. He is happily married to Carla “Rica” Peralejo-Bonifacio and is a dad to their firstborn son, Philip. Together they are committed to reaching, training, and teaching the next generation.

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Seth Trimmer

Seth was born in 1980 and has lived most of his life in Corvallis. He is married to his best friend, Hannah, and they have four kids: Caden, Jackson, Malachi, and Campbell. Seth went to Oregon State on a football scholarship and became a Christian as a sophomore through an outreach of Grace City. He quickly started serving with the church and campus ministry as a student, and after graduation went to work full-time as a campus minister. In 2007, he became the lead pastor of Grace City, and has thoroughly enjoyed the work he’s been called to do and the people he’s been called to do it with. He earned his master’s degree in biblical and theological studies from Western Seminary and still enjoys beaver football, Star Wars, and a good cup of green tea.

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Lee Anne Unciano

Lee Anne Unciano had her life changed by the gospel as a high school student at a youth camp. She went on to graduate from the University of Hawaii with a bachelor of arts in communicology. Feeling a call from God, she enrolled in the Every Nation School of Ministry in Hawaii to get trained in full-time ministry. She’s now a campus missionary at the University of Hawaii West Oahu and Kapiolani Community College, reaching students with the gospel. Her vision is for every student to discover their identity in Christ and be released locally and globally for His purpose.

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Neli Atiga

Neli grew up in a pastoral home. Although music was always at the forefront of what Neli wanted to do, he sensed the call to full-time ministry not long after becoming a follower of Christ in 1998. Already having graduated three years prior with a bachelor’s degree in theology, he returned to do post-graduate work in theology and sensed God’s timing was right to move into full-time ministry at the close of 2000. In 2011, Neli and his wife Tina planted the first Every Nation Church Singapore satellite campus, called Every Nation Central, which brought the church of Jesus Christ to a bar on Orchard Road—the most famous shopping street in Singapore (this is now ENCS Kallang). God has since moved them back down under where they have been appointed since mid-2014 as the senior pastors of Every Nation Brisbane in Australia. Both Neli and Tina count it an honor to pastor Every Nation Brisbane, a vibrant spiritual family. They are very excited to see what God is about to do in Queensland and how it will effect Christ-centered change in Australia and inevitably the world.