Apostle Steve Foreman
Steve Forman is a well-recognized author and speaker. He collaborates with forward-looking organizations searching for innovative ways to apply technology to support learning. Steve’s areas of expertise include learning strategy analysis, connecting performance metrics with business metrics, learning ecosystem solutions such as LMS selection/implementation/architecture selection/implementation as well as self-organizing knowledge bases/computer adaptive testing/inference based decision support/convergence working and learning models/architecture.
Early Life and Education
Apostle Foreman is a visionary leader with a servant’s heart who deeply enjoys teaching the Word of God. A master teacher, his gifts include prophecy, word of knowledge healing and deliverance – helping spread the Gospel around.
Born and educated in York, Nebraska Public Power District Board member Mark is also chairperson of their Appropriations Committee.
He has served on several governing boards of organizations, such as United Way of Muskingum and Perry Counties and Muskingum County Literacy Council. Additionally, he was on Life University’s governing board and co-founded MyiCourse for online continuing education for chiropractors. Both him and his wife actively engaged in numerous community services programs like feeding the hungry, clothing the needy and spreading Gospel.
As well as his work in the gym, Foreman also holds newspaper editing experience. He served as reporter, assigning editor, managing editor or reporter at several publications including Pine Bluff (Ark.) Commercial; Arkansas Democrat in Little Rock; and The Inquirer on Long Island.
In his first 37 fights, Foreman scored 33 knockout victories out of 37 matches he fought. Throughout this remarkable run he outwitted top contenders until meeting Joe Frazier for their legendary “Rumble in the Jungle” championship fight.
Highly experienced project manager with a successful track record in producing quality results. Outstanding team leadership, communication and blueprint interpretation abilities; adept at overseeing multiple concurrent projects under tight deadlines.
Achievement and Honors
Apostle Foreman and Lady Olivia travel extensively, preaching the Word of God and ministering to people. Additionally, they serve on numerous boards in local, national, and international organizations.
Foreman’s research examines how nineteenth-century Black writers utilized literary activism to mobilize their communities for political reform. Her book, Activist Sentiments: Reading Black Women in the Nineteenth Century (2009) demonstrates how these authors’ writings incited activism through historical references embedded into them that inspired readers into action.
Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania recognized Foreman with their Paul I. Detwiler III Achievement Award in 2015. This accolade honors leaders who have made substantial contributions to social, economic and cultural development within Western Pennsylvania region. Furthermore, Foreman serves on boards for multiple community organizations.
He is an enthusiastic musician with an intense passion for music. He graduated with a BM and an MM degree from Oberlin Conservatory and taught in their Pre-College Division before going on to LaGuardia High School of the Performing Arts in New York City as well as LaGuardia Prep High School.
Sue is a connector, joining people, organizations and ideas together to realize visions through creativity, teamwork and perseverance. She serves as a science educator, futurist, civic leader, fundraiser, philanthropist, Imago educator and knowledge worker utilizing her experience for projects related to education, family support, recovery, community building and beyond.
Apostle Foreman exhibits love and commitment to God’s Kingdom with humility and patience exhibited as a servant’s heart. He operates using gifts such as prophecy, word of wisdom and healing with miracles and signs following.
Former professional boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr is among the wealthiest athletes and celebrities, boasting an estimated net worth of $200 Million.
He has explored many business ventures and has never shied away from taking risks – from selling specialty shoes to managing a health-food restaurant chain.
After his loss to Briggs, Foreman announced his intention to retire. But later changed his mind and trained for a comeback fight to demonstrate that age is just a number.
Lady Olivia Foreman and her husband travel extensively around the globe speaking at churches, seminars, and conferences. Together they have five adult children and ten grandchildren living in King William County Virginia where their ministry specializes in spreading the Gospel creatively.