David Outing is the Founder, President, & Chief Encouragement Officer of Corporate Care Partners. Since 1985, David has provided spiritual care, advice, and encouragement for people in times of need. His previous experience includes serving as the Director and Ministry Relations Pastor for the Jobs Partnership of Florida. Chaplain Outing has served the Orange County Sheriff’s Dept. since 2001 as a volunteer chaplain. David’s educational accomplishments include a B.S. in Organizational Management from Palm Beach Atlantic University, a Master’s in Strategic Leadership. David is certified as a Trained Crisis Responder, Critical Incidence Stress Debriefing, and completed the Civilian Police Academy. He is also a Lifework Leadership Alumnus. David’s areas of expertise include teaching, motivational speaking, meeting facilitation, interpersonal relationship skills, and inspiring others to succeed and achieve their goals. David is also a community advocate, where he has served on numerous boards. One appointment came by Governor Bush in December 2001 when the Governor appointed David to be the District 7 (Orange, Seminole, Osceola, and Brevard Counties) chairperson for an organization called One Church One Child of Florida. He is happily married to his wife April. They have six adult children including four sons, two daughters, and eight grandchildren. His favorite foods are salad with salmon and Chinese. His favorite movies are “Bible Series” dramas, The Rocky Series, the Mummy Series, and Shawshank Redemption. David’s favorite hobbies include hanging out with his wife on their date nights, travelling, and watching football on the weekends.
APRIL OUTING - FLORIDA
April Outing is married to David Outing and is co-owner, and Vice-President of Corporate Care Partners. April has served alongside her husband in pastoral ministry since October 1993. She was born and raised in Orlando, Fl. Where she grew up in the Church and committed her life to the Lord at an early age. April spent 25 years as an Early Childhood educator earning certification as a Child Development Associate (CDA National Credential Program) and a Director’s Credential from the Florida Department of Children & Families. April is a gifted musician, singer, songwriter, worship leader and Bible teacher. She is the mother of six children, G’Ma to eight grandchildren and a community mother to many. April’s favorite food is seafood, her favorite movies are Action movies, her favorite hobby is yard work and gardening, and she thoroughly enjoys spending time with family especially her grandchildren.
SYLVESTER ROBINSON - Florida
Dr. Sylvester Robinson is the Senior Pastor/Founder of Love Fellowship Christian Church and a consecrated Bishop and General Board Member with United Covenant Churches of Christ. At age 17, he began a 20-year career in the U.S. Navy and retired as a Chief Petty Officer. Dr. Robinson has served in a myriad of positions within the church and during his military career. His service includes being the Intercessory Prayer Leader and Ministerial Assistance Coordinator at Hickam Air Force Base Chapel in Hawaii, the Director of Christian Education for Greater New Hope M.B. Church in Orlando, and he continues to serve as the Board Chairman for The Jobs Partnership of Florida. For 10 years, Dr. Robinson served as a Program Advisor/Counselor for Valencia College. St. Thomas Christian University conferred an honorary doctorate upon him for his many years of community service. Dr. Robinson’s favorite food is pig’s feet, “Facing the Giants,” “Remember the Titans,” “Shawshank Redemption”, and “Men of Honor” are his favorite movies, and watching movies at home is his favorite hobby.
YOLIMA QUINTANA-ESTRADA - Florida
Yolima is a missionary. She completed her theological studies in Colombia, her country of birth. She then continued her studies in the area of cross-cultural missions with the organization of Juventud Con Una Misión (YWAM), in the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. This is where she served as a missionary for four years. She later received a call to go to Asia where she remained as a missionary for 8 years. As an Ordained Missionary Yolima has had the experience of training volunteers and facilitating long and short-term missions through cross-cultural journeys and maintaining successful long-term relationships with communities. Yolima was co-founder of Agape Source, a ministry that does cross-cultural work with young international students hired to work at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida. She is currently pastoring with her husband, pastor Carlos Quintana, at the Iglesia Cristiana Para Las Naciones, a ministry of Orlando Baptist Church. Her duties include but are not limited to the following:
• Providing pastoral care to members of congregation.
• Leading mission teams in prayer and spiritual formation.
• Establishing mission partnerships in Colombia, Asia, Spain and North Africa to support outreach efforts.
Some of her hobbies are, savoring good international food, traveling with her husband around the world to learn about different cultures and understand their worldviews and enjoying movies and board games with their family and friends.
WALDE SERRANO - FLORIDA
Waldemar “Walde” Serrano was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico. He graduated from the Catholic University of Puerto Rico in 1972 and in 1986 was ordained as a non-denominational Minister. Walde is married to his wife, Madeleine, has two married daughters, Sandra, Rebecca, and has three grandchildren, John Tyler, Mikah and Nicolas.
Walde is the Co-Founder of Bethany World Ministries with his wife Madeleine they have been able to provided start-up and ongoing assistance to more than 13 Church/Ministry since 1986. They have ordained individuals who serve in local churches/ministries as well as international. They also provide Pastoral counseling and Marriage seminars thought the US and Latin America.
Walde has been serving the Orange County Sheriff Office as a Lead Administrative Volunteer Chaplain since 1994 and has received various awards, with over 11,000 volunteers’ hours. He was recognized as the 2015 and 2020 Chaplain of the Year Award and the highest Civilian Award the Distinguished Service Award in 2017.
He was the recipient of the “2003 Latino Leadership Award” presented by the National Coalition of Latino Clergy and Christian Leaders; he was one of only five individuals in the nation to receive this award. This prestigious award was presented at Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C. in recognition of his endurance and commitment in leadership and his presence as a beacon of social and civil justice for the Church and Latino community.
Walde served at the Executive Office of Governor of Florida for seven in various appointments, that included coordinator for Faith-based and family initiatives. In this role, he developed new plans for an increased involvement of faith-based organizations in protecting the family. Also was Statewide Coordinator for Diversity and Outreach for the disasters in 2004-2005, representing the Governor’s Office at FEMA.