Founder & President
Wesley Campbell is the founder of Be A Hero. He is a loving husband to Stacey and father of four sons and one daughter. Wesley has been a missionary, a church planter, and has founded several schools and ministries. Currently he teaches at various schools and conferences and is a project overseer for BAH. As conference speakers, together Stacey and Wesley have ministered in over 50 nations, laboring to see mercy and social justice transformed in the world.
Recording artist, preacher, and prophet, Art Lucier is the founder Harvest Ministries Canada and is the senior pastor The Harvest Church since 2003 in Kitimat BC. Art has also travelled many times to Goma, Congo where he has built two orphanages and is currently involved in the on going support of these orphanages today.
Andrew is the Founder and President of Heroes of the Nation, which is the largest orphanage in Kenya educating and caring for over 500 children. The vision of his organization is not merely to provide orphans a home, food and shelter, but to raise them up to be the leaders of tomorrow.
Reverend Giulio Lorefice Gabeli is the National Director of Canada Celebrates Israel Network of Christians and Jews, and the Canadian Liaison of the Knesset Christian Allies Caucus, which is dedicated to promoting friendship and cooperation with political governments, as well as facilitating dialogue between Christian & Jewish organizations with the State of Israel and has Authored the book,” Grafted In, A Jewish Christian Perspective”. He is committed to pursuing the establishment of the ‘One New Man’ comprised of Jew & Gentile believers according to what is recorded in Ephesians chapter 2 and 3. As the church takes her place to stand with Israel, he believes this will fulfill the ultimate plan of God.
Rev. Gabeli also serves as the Director of the Hope Vancouver Network and the Chair of the Voices Together Movement, an umbrella ministerial organization that serves the Association of Christian Ministries of Greater Vancouver. He serves as well as a General Overseer of the Canadian Assemblies of God and an Advisor to a number of National Canadian Ministries. He is the Lead Pastor of Westwood Community Church, in Vancouver Canada, a multi-cultural congregation with a number of ethnic satellite works.
He ministers together along with his spouse of 32 years, Lina, an ordained full-time minister, and is the father of three children: Adam,Jessica and Deborah and a granddaughter Victoria.
Board Advisor/ Co-Founder
STACEY CAMPBELL is a prophetic voice to this generation and has a passion to teach believers to know how to hear the voice of God through proper teaching and strong values. She is the founder and facilitator of the Canadian Prophetic Council, and serves as an honorary member of the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders, presided over by Dr. Peter Wagner and Cindy Jacobs. Stacey is on the apostolic team of Harvest International Ministries (H.I.M.) under Ché Ahn. She and her husband Wesley are founders of New Life Church in Kelowna, BC and a mercy organization for children at risk called “Be A Hero.” As conference speakers, they have ministered in over sixty nations, laboring to see revival and social justice transform the world. Their personal experience as missionaries, church planters, pastors, gives their teaching a depth and authority that can only come from personal experience. The Campbells have five grown children and live in Kelowna, B.C., Canada.
Mark and Ann Tubbs currently serves as aspotles and HIM regional directors. Together they also started Transformation of the Nations in 2012 in unity with Harvest International Ministries. The goal was to provide Transformation Trips around the world to assist apostles and emerging leaders in key nations.
Prior to 2012, Mark and Ann Tubbs served as local church pastors for 24 years. During that season, Mark and Ann traveled primarily to Kenya where they started a network formerly called the Rock Creek Church network. In 2006, they were commissioned by Che Ahn and HIM and Mark served as the Executive Director. During that time the network of the now 3,000 churches was changed to HIM Kenya. In 2011 Mark and Ann were released to serve the HIM churches in over 60 nations.
John Benschop has been serving the Lord for 35 years. His ministry began when he started ministering at the local jail which led to him directing a drop-in centre, geared towards youth and young adults with addictions on the streets of Oshawa, Ontario. It was during this time he saw many amazing deliverances, and his heart for the lost was born. John started Victory Christian Centre in Port Perry, Ontario five years later and is still the Senior Pastor 20 years into the journey. He leads with his apostolic mantle and prophetic gifting which has opened up doors for him to minister the gospel in the nation of Cuba. He is currently working on a stadium event which will bring more of the gospel to the nation. John serves on many ministry boards one of which is Be A Hero international a multi-million dollar organization providing for thousands of orphans daily, as Chairman. Pastor John was ordained and licensed by Canadian Fellowship of Churches and Ministers and is the district overseer for CFCM as well. He believes that everyone is called to advance the Kingdom. John teaches regularly to leaders all across the world bringing one message “Things can change instantly for you, if you open yourself up for more of the Holy Spirit”.