Restoration Network International



Kenton & Nancy Slabaugh

Pastors Kenton & Nancy Slabaugh serve as the apostolic leaders of Restoration Network International and as the Senior Pastors of Restoration Fellowship.  Currently based in Sarasota Florida, Kenton and Nancy along with their two sons, Joshua and Daniel, arrived in Sarasota and established Cornerstone Church of the Suncoast in 1996. In 2003, Cornerstone merged with Restoration Fellowship, another Sarasota church, to form one congregation. In 2011, Kenton and Nancy assumed leadership of part of Cornerstone Church and Ministries International to found Restoration Network International.  Since that time, RNI has expanded to include several church plants, congregations and other ministries. Kenton holds a BA in music, a Master of Divinity, and a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership from Regent University.

Pastors Kenton and Nancy have a heart to host the presence of the Holy Spirit in every aspect of ministry life; whether in celebration worship services, one on one healing ministry or in small groups of believers meeting in homes. Their desire is to introduce people to the transformative presence and power of God. They are also passionate about raising up and empowering spiritual fathers, mothers, sons and daughters who will impact the next generation of leaders for the body of Christ.



Seth & Angie Adkins

Seth Adkins served as the senior pastor and church planter of Restoration Fellowship of Bradenton, a church in Bradenton, Florida that has a vision to restore individuals, families, communities, and nations to God and release people to work in their calling and gifting. Currently Seth & Angela are serving as the pastors of Swan Creek Community Church in Delta, Oh. Along with pastoring Seth will be working with Kenton & the RNI vision to expand the kingdom impact overseas as well as help in church planting in the US as well.  Seth loves sportsman’s activities such as fishing, hunting, and boating and he also enjoys spending time with his lovely wife, Angela, and his six awesome kids!



Ricardo & Kendra Francois

Pastor’s Ricardo and Kendra were formerly missionaries to Haiti.  They have three children: Ryan, Alyssa, & Priscilla. They have served faithfully for many years, helping to establish networks in Haiti, developing bible schools and is now working hard to bring life to Landstown Community Church.



Jon & Carol Quesenberry

Jon & Carol Quesenberry have been married for 32 years and live in Crozet near Charlottesville, Virginia. They have four grown children and one grandchild. The Quesenberry’s have been involved in church planting and unique ministry development in Albemarle County since 1997.

Jon received his Master of Divinity degree from Eastern Mennonite Seminary in 1997. In addition to community ministry leadership Jon is also a registered nurse and works at the University of Virginia Medical Center.
Carol has her Bachelors degree from Medical College of Virginia. In addition to community ministry leadership she is an Occupational Therapist at the Virginia Institute for Autism in Charlottesville.

Jon presently serves as the founder and director of the Charlottesville House of Prayer in downtown Charlottesville. C-HOP is a worship and prayer based ministry and hosts fall and spring equipping classes and twice a year weekend conference events. The focus of all events at C-HOP is to equip and provide participants with opportunities to engage in the first commandment by encountering God and growing in the knowledge of God. Most events focus on prayer, worship and equipping as well as prophetic and healing ministry. The Charlottesville House or prayer also provides support for outreach and spiritual ministry on the streets of Charlottesville.

Carol serves as the coordinator for SOZO ministry in Charlottesville and also facilitates classes at the Charlottesville House of Prayer. Through SOZO dozens of men and women in Charlottesville and beyond have experienced freedom from life-besetting patterns of thought and behavior.

Jon & Carol are presently working together with other area leaders in development of what the group is calling a “presence-based community.” This experimental & innovative approach to church planting is in its beginning stages. The focus of this group is to allow the first commandment activities of worship, prayer in partnership with Jesus to inform and empower all aspects of church life and ministry.



Mark & Heather George



Kent & Kirsti Davis

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Dan & Cathy Groff