Lonnie Melashenko

Lonnie Melashenko leading worshipers of our Lord Jesus Christ in prayer.About...

Lonnie Melashenko is now a Columbia Union Conference area-wide Revivalist.

Our Web site is basically links to PDF documents, zip files of high resolution photos and other links to aid pastors and public relations staff searching for Lonnie's biography and pictures. Download Lonnie's bio and photos to aid you in having Lonnie speak in your church, conference or minister to you in music. Peruse our Web site, and then contact Lonnie by filling out the form to the right. Thank you for your visit.

Resources...

Lonnie's Speaking Schedule...

View our 2014 schedule as of October 21, and then join us.

Biographies:

Open Lonnie's bio, and then save the PDF document.

“Sound Bite” suggestions for introducing Lonnie.

High Resolution Photos:

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Lonnie & Jeannie
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Download all five portraits, full size, as a zip file.

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Download all five portraits, full size, as a zip file.

Listen:

Listen to Lonnie speak in a conference camp meeting.
Listen as The Melashenko Four, featuring Lonnie, singing Room at the Cross.

Online Bookstore:

Lonnie's books are available through the Voice of Prophecy Online Bookstore.
Also, the music of the Melashenko family (CDs & DVD) are available at VOP.

The Farm, as told by Virginia Holbert, and authored by Candace Tkachuck can be purchased as a book. The Farm is a very candid and brief (complete with photos) personal account of life for the Melashenko Family immigrants during their exodus from the Bolshevik Revolution, dumping them into the Great Depression for Russian-Ukrainian "Sod-busters" in Saskatchewan. Some details are shocking; Not nice, but a truthful, honest disclosure of intimate family life and details that remind us of the story of Joseph in Genesis: (1) Life isn't easy; (2) God has a plan. The Farm is co-written by Lonnie's only living Aunt Virginia (nee Melashenko) Holbert as told to his cousin Candace Tkachuck.