Rev. Louise Yakubisin is a native of New Jersey and is a graduate of: Montclair University, B.S. Ed., M.Ed; and Bexley Hall Episcopal/Trinity Lutheran Seminary, M.Div. She taught family relations and child development courses at the high school level for ten years in New Jersey. After moving to Ohio, she took a few years off from work outside the home until her children were old enough to go to school. In 1990 Louise opened a child care center in Blue Ash. The center is still in operation and cares for children from infancy through grade school.
In 1997, God powerfully touched Louise’s heart and she gave her life to Jesus Christ. As she began seeking a deeper relationship with God, she was told by clergy that she had a call for ministry on her life. After much discernment, she decided she must pursue the call by attending seminary.
In addition to her education, Rev. Louise interned at St. Patrick’s Church in Lebanon, St. Mary Magdalene Church in Maineville, and she worked as a chaplain at Christ Hospital in Cincinnati. Joining Faith Christian Fellowship Church in the summer of 2011, Rev. Louise was formally ordained by the Evangelical Church Alliance in February, 2012. Mike and Louise have two daughters: Jennifer holds a Masters in Education and works at the child care center with her mother, and Katherine is finishing medical school. Both daughters are married and Rev. Louise has four grandsons.