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Meet Our Team
CEO, Victory Weekend Ministries
Steve Wingfield has spent over 45 years in ministry spreading a message of hope across the globe. Steve holds degrees from Eastern Mennonite College and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and has an honorary doctorate from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary.
“I’m very excited about the Lodestar program and I’m honored to be a part of it. The 48 principles will make any one of us not only a better person but also a better leader. This is really a powerful tool for families, church leaders, business leaders, and anyone striving to grow spiritually.”
Steve serves as an instructor for the Billy Graham Training Center, the Palau Alliance Connect Conference in Portland, Oregon, and the Tyndale Theological Seminary in Amsterdam. He has led evangelistic events in 16 states and 17 countries and is the author of several books. He is also co-author of the best-selling Come to the Table and Share the Bounty books. In addition, Steve helped establish the Jesus – Hope for Romania organization following the Romanian revolution in 1989.
Steve and his wife Barbara live in Virginia and have two children, Michelle and David, and eight grandchildren.
Brenda Mason Young
Lodestar Content Writer and Lead Pastor of Cornerstone Church
Brenda has served in leadership roles for a variety of organizations locally and nationally, has been lead pastor for Cornerstone Church in Akron since 1996 (serving in staff positions for 18 years previously), and is the founder and director of Clear Blue Global Water Project, a nonprofit providing clean water to desperately needy locations around the world since 2007. She is a graduate of Ohio Christian University, received her Master’s Degree from Asbury Theological Seminary, and an honorary Ph.D from the Center of Contemporary Christianity in India.
All of these opportunities, as well as the continual people contact involved in counseling and serving over the years, have convinced Brenda that character is at the heart of effective leadership and success in life and relationships generally. She is excited to be a part of preparing these resources and is using them with outstanding responses within her own leadership circles.