Our Team






Colette Butler – Founder, Inventor, Apostle, Award Winning Public Speaker and Author

Colette Butler is a native of Chicago, Illinois, but currently lives in Tampa, Florida. She is the mother of 4 amazing daughters and 2 grandchildren. She is the Founder of Mind, Body & Spirit Ministries, a recovery resource home, and homeless shelter located in Chicago, Illinois, currently closed and concurrently the Shepherdess of All Nations Kingdom of GOD. She has held positions as the Chief Operating Officer of the Black Chamber of Commerce, Jacksonville, Fl. She is an award winning Public Speaker, Published Author and is currently the Inventor of Comfy Bear.

Colette was licensed as an Evangelist in 1993 by Pastor Cleveland Person, ordained as a Prophetess by Pastor Hudson in 1995, and ordained as an Apostle by Apostle Geneva Curry, 2000. She moved back to Chicago to assist her loved ones. After residing in Chicago for several years, she had a deep desire to move to Tampa, Florida. She moved to Tampa, Florida in 2020 where she is currently an employee of Advent Healthcare. She enjoys writing, reading, traveling, sewing, and listening to preachers preach. She has a heart of giving and loves assisting the underprivileged. She attended Kennedy King College; Chicago, IL, Midwest Bible Institute, Chicago, Il and Jacksonville State College; Jacksonville, Fl.

She has extended her knowledge, talents and financial support to assist various nonprofits, churches and political campaigns in the states of Illinois, Florida and Georgia. She has an extensive background in the nonprofit sector, homelessness, poverty, recovery, community service, public speaking, business organization, economic development, collaborative ventures, social service, teaching, evangelizing, and networking. She has also been afforded many opportunities to publicly speak as well as win multiple speaking contests as a Toastmaster Competent Communicator.

She had had the privilege to speak at Stetson University in Deland, Fl., MAJCOM / COCOM Military Spouses Conference, the IAAP Florida Chapter conference, Hope Givers Women’s Program, Jacksonville Correctional Facility, Clara White Mission and various other state-wide engagements.

Her favorite quote is:  God loves you, I love you, so love yourself, by Colette Butler




Cynthinia Sawyer – Realtor and Hospital Management

Cynthinia Sawyer is a native of Chicago, Illinois. She is the mother of 1 son and has worked in the healthcare industry for 14 years. She has trained employees, developed strategies, and set team goals. She has and has currently re-enrolled in the University of Phoenix, majoring in Healthcare Management. She is competent in several areas of computer programing, operating office equipment and has excelled in areas of patient relations, mentoring, payroll as well as accounting.
Then in 2017, Cynthinia decided to enroll in Real Estate Sales Academy  to become a Real Estate Broker. She obtained her Real Estate Broker’s license the same year. Because of her passion for  healthcare management, she continues in management after obtaining her real estate license. She is a real estate professional overseeing buying and selling transactions, creating contracts, negotiating deals, building relationships with clients, as well an analyzing data and market trends. She has also excelled in the real estate industry and have received a vast number of five (5) star reviews from her clients. She has demonstrated a solid understanding of business, products, sells and services. Her networking and customer service skills has allowed her to build lasting relationships.




Hank C.  Hill, M.D., FSS – Surgical Oncologist

Dr. Hank Hill is a native New Yorker who comes to the North Tampa region to fulfill the surgical oncology needs at Oak Hill Hospital. 
Dr. Hill is a graduate of Long Island University-Brooklyn where he earned his Bachelor of Science as a pre-med major while representing the LIU Blackbirds Men’s Tennis team. After obtaining his medical degree from Morehouse School of Medicine, in Atlanta GA, Dr. Hill completed surgical residency training at Harlem Hospital Center-Columbia University. During the residency training, he completed 2 years of surgical oncology research at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. An addition training in Surgical Critical Care Fellowship at Harlem Hospital Center was followed by fellowship training in surgical oncology at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center in Buffalo, NY. During his research tenure, Dr. Hill received multiple grants to support his projects. 
Dr. Hill is Board-certified in general surgery through the American Board of Surgery and maintains position as a Diplomat for the American College of Surgeons. He is a Fellow of the Society of Surgical Oncology. With several publications in oncology research as well as clinical oncology, Dr. Hill has held surgical oncology directorship positions at various locations including St. Vincent Medical Center in Erie, PA as well as at Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, FL. 
With the experience of providing surgical oncology services at international centers, Dr. Hill has shown the ability to work with various cultures and centers of varying resources to provide quality cancer care to the global community. Dr. Hill enjoys traveling, tennis, and international cuisine. He is dedicated to mentoring medical students and surgical trainees in career development. He comes to Oak Hill Hospital to provide surgical oncology services to the community while also fulfilling educational experience for surgical residents of the University of South Florida.



Linda Brown-Jackson, MA, NCC, LCPC, LSOP,  Clinical Mental Health Practitioner

Linda Brown-Jackson is a native of Chicago, Illinois. Almost two decades ago, this proud mother of three children, 6 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren, along with the most caring husband a wife could be enjoined to, decided to enter the challenging field of psychology. LBJ Counseling Service emerged in 2008 and became the vehicle Mrs. Jackson, Therapist, used to provide individual, group and family counseling to adults, children, and adolescents with psychological, behavioral, conflict, life skills challenges, as well as DSM-V mental diagnosis. As a Clinical Mental Health Practitioner, service have been provided in a variety of settings, including independent practice, community agencies, and managed national standards for education, training and clinical practice. Working in these venues required using various highly skilled professional therapies, such as Cognitive Behavior Theory and other consumer-oriented therapy. Along with combined traditional psychotherapy with a practical, culturally specific problem-solving approaches that creates a dynamic and efficient path for change and problem resolution. Specific venues included behavioral health care organizations, referrals from psychiatric hospitals, outpatient and residential substance abuse treatment centers, social services platforms, employee assistance programs, several insurance panels’ centers and work with developmentally delayed children and their families. However, a constant theme or focus with 90% of the patients/clients/students has included some form of grief therapy along with or stand along presenting problem. One of my most rewarding therapeutic groups in this healing profession often requires getting to the other side of grief to continue living. Reach out to Linda Brown-Jackson, Clinical Mental Health Practitioner today to start your journey to the other side of grief,


David Foster Jr. – Elder, Director of Discipleship, Protocol and Funeral Officiant

David Edward Foster Jr. is a native of Chicago, Illinois to Drucilla, and David E. Foster, Sr. He was educated in the Chicago Public School System, active in all sports, as well as academics. His formal education was completed at the University of Illinois at Chicago, and DePaul University, where his concentration was on Business Management. Raised at the Morgan Park Assembly Church, now called Apostolic Pentecostal Church of Morgan Park, under its first Pastor, District Elder Herbert C. Moore, David served in many capacities in the church, including musician, Sunday School teacher, and choir director. In 1985, he finally answered the call to ministry, and was privileged to serve under Bishop Charles W. Watkins, and his formal Ministerial training was formulated at the Pentwood Bible College, where he served under Bishop Watkins until his untimely death in 1988. Ordained by the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc on July 5th 1990. Subsequently, David became the Assistant Pastor, and Financial Administrator to the church under the next pastor, Bishop J. Delano Ellis, II. He has served the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. as Chief Adjutant under then Presiding Prelate Norman L. Wagner, and also Director of Protocol for the Mt. Zion Church in Nashville, TN, under Bishop J.W Walker, III.

Elder Foster now serves at his home church under Pastor William A. Ellis, Jr. as Director of Digital Discipleship, and Director of Protocol. He was commissioned by the Illinois Diocesan, Bishop Charles Edward Davis to form the Illinois District Council’s Ministerial Alliance, where he served as Chairman for (2) two terms. He now serves in the Illinois District Council as Director of Protocol and Credentialing. Elder Foster is the Vice President of the Board of Directors of B.R.I.D.G.E To Life, a Non-profit organization building educational facilities in impoverished countries around the world.



Natasha Evans, PHR, SHRM-CP, CPSP

Natasha Evans is a native of Chicago, Illinois but lives in Jacksonville, Florida. Bio forthcoming