Katia Joseph, Social Outreach Ministries Director
Katia Joseph is a Middle & High School Teacher in Vero Beach. She and her husband Pastor Joseph are Founders of Jesus Center Community Church. They have four children (Terrence, Joshua, Abigail, and Emily). Katia has a B.A. in History and a Minor in Political Science from the University of Arlington. She has done graduate studies for an M.A. in History at the University of Arlington. She completed the TESOL program at Florida Atlantic University (FAU); currently, she is finishing an MA in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Social Science at FAU. Katia loves to encourage people, and equips them to impact the culture for Christ and expand the Kingdom of God through service and acts of kindness. She believes that the Lord is glorified in our lives when we love God and reach out to others through acts of service, compassion, and giving. Katia is passionate about helping people get better in life, and seeing them grow spiritually closer to God and discover what God has planned for their life. Katia always has a smile to share with everyone, and make people feel at ease in her presence.
For hobbies, she enjoys spending time with her family, travel, reading, cooking, and teaching.
Sean Lippman, Director of Evangelism & Discipleship Ministries
My name is Sean Lippman. My beloved wife Olivia and I live to love and serve Jesus together. I’ve been born again for 7 years. I love God and surrender my life in His hands for His will and glory. I speak the Word of Scripture to the Church and desire to see believers grow in their faith and serve God in holiness.
My wife and I have a passion for the youth of this generation, as well as to evangelize the lost and disciple believers and the church as a whole to conform to the image and likeness of Jesus Christ. We want to reach out and make a difference in their lives, leading them to the Lord Jesus Christ. We’re here to serve, not to be served: Jesus Himself said. “Even the Son of man came not to be ministered to, but to minister, and to give His life as a ransom for many.”