John and Joy Sisk became pastors at New Day International Church in June of 2016. For 33 years, the Sisks have served in ministry with one goal: To bring people into personal relationship with God. They first served as pastors in the United States for 12 years, and now for 21 years as missionaries abroad. In the US, they began as children’s, music, and youth pastors, and then became senior pastors. As missionaries, they have trained pastors and worship leaders in Cambodia, planted and pastored an international church in Taiwan, and directed a Bible college in Micronesia while interim pastoring an international church.
John grew up in a pastor’s home. After earning an Associate’s Degree in Business, he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Missions from Southeastern University. In 2015, he graduated from Assemblies of God Theological Seminary with a Master’s in Christian Ministries. His love is preaching and teaching the Word of God, so that it clearly applies to everyday life.
Joy studied piano and voice while growing up in a musical family. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sacred Music from Central Bible College. Her love is using worship to bring people into the presence of God.
John and Joy have two daughters, ages 19 and 25. The eldest graduated with her Bachelor’s Degree in Organizational Leadership in 2015 and works for a Christian university in Florida. The youngest is studying Criminal Justice and works part-time at the same university.