David de Loup
In 1975, David de Loup became a born again Christian after hearing the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ. David immediately went out onto the streets of Lancashire UK to preach the same gospel that he had been saved by. David then became a Sunday school teacher, childrens worker, and Sunday school superintendant at Mount Olivet Assemblies of God Pentecostal church in Lytham Lancashire.
David later became involved in youth work as a Youth Minister and co-ordinator in the running of Christian camp ministry. He then received a call from God to become a Pioneer Pastor for the Assemblies of God Home Missions in the Isle of Man (British Isles). David was then ordained as a Minister for the Assemblies of God in Great Britain and Ireland. He was the Pastor of an Assemblies of God church in Bacup, Lancashire, with the running of an interdenominational youth street outreach team (Grapevine Gospel Outreach Ministries) in Rossendale, Lancashire, where they ministered in churches, conferences, and gospel crusades in and around Lancashire. David was then called by God to leave the Assemblies of God movement to pioneer the work of One Way Global 7 in the United Kingdom.
The work of One Way Global 7 is a prophetic ministry and vision with Bible teaching. The vision that God has given to One Way Global 7 is to interpret the signs of the times, and to communicate the message to the church and all those who will listen, in preparation for the Second Coming of the Lord Jesus Christ to the earth.