Lloyd and Nancy Greenhaw responded to Pope John Paul's encyclical Mission of the Redeemer in April of 1991, by leaving successful careers in order to serve the Church in the full-time ministry of Catholic evangelization. Lloyd was a representative for a Fortune 500 Company, and Nancy enjoyed a career as an award-winning watercolor artist and teacher. Together, they have raised two daughters and currently have fourteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

In the USA, Lloyd and Nancy have ministered through parish missions, conferences and retreats for adults and youth, prison ministry, and work with the homeless. In conjunction with Renewal Ministries, they teach evangelization schools in various regions of the country.

As Renewal Ministries’ country coordinators, they have led numerous outreaches to several African countries, as well as Turkey, Haiti, Samoa, and Papua New Guinea. They work closely with Church authorities to teach catechesis, apologetics, and the New Evangelization.

The Greenhaw family also has a music ministry that plays both traditional music and original compositions in a lively style enjoyed by adults and youth. They have recorded five albums to date.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Discipleship and Prayer

  • Catholic Apologetics

  • Healing Ministry

  • Evangelism Training

  • Youth Outreach

  • Praise and Worship Music


"The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee was truly excited to have Lloyd and Nancy come and speak to them on the spiritual issues of our times. Your profound talk on Saturday, “I and the Father are One,” was a blessing to all the conference participants. I was especially grateful for your workshop with our high school youth.” 
~ Most Reverend John H. Ricard, S.S.J. Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee

"After the retreat on Sunday, we found ourselves giving thanks to God for the success of the day. When we wrote Monsignor Mouch, my supervisor at the Chancery, we told him that Lloyd and Nancy had the volunteers on their feet singing and praising God and that all of us came away with more insight on our ministry and ways to strengthen it.”
~ Rev. Jose Furtado-Director of Prison Ministry, Diocese of St. Petersburg


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