Pastor Daniel Stroebel received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and was baptized in Jesus name as a young boy. As he began to grow under the nurture and admonition of the Lord, he began to seek after the call that God had placed upon his life. Pastor Stroebel came to God under the ministry of Rev. T. R. Sylvester, founding pastor of the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church.
Having been raised in the church under the ministry of Bishop Sylvester, Pastor Stroebel has been involved in numerous ministries. Over the years he has served in various positions such as youth pastor, Sunday school director, Sunday school teacher, Bible study teacher, and worship leader. As youth pastor, Rev. Stroebel’s ministry has impacted numerous young people through youth services, activities, and yearly youth camps. In 2005, Rev. Stroebel developed a seven week youth Bible study course called “Elevate” that emphasizes core Biblical doctrines and addresses various social issues impacting young people today.
While serving as associate pastor, Rev. Stroebel assisted founding Pastor T. R. Sylvester in many duties such as teaching, preaching, organizing events and services. During this time, Rev. Sylvester suffered numerous health issues and as a result, Pastor Stroebel helped to fill in the gap and carried on the work of the church.
Pastor Stroebel holds an Associate degree from Delgado Community College and a Bachelor of Science degree from Our Lady of Holy Cross College. He is currently working on his Masters of Theological Studies degree with the Urshan Graduate School of Theology. He is also an ordained minister with the United Pentecostal Church International (UPCI).
Now serving as pastor of the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church, Rev. Stroebel is dedicated to the work of rebuilding in St. Bernard Parish. He is committed to seeing the Lighthouse Pentecostal Church become a refuge and a place of hope for this generation.
Pastor Stroebel is married to Dana Stroebel, daughter of Brian and Lanette Kinsey of Pensacola Florida.
Dana M. Stroebel
Dana Stroebel received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and was baptized in Jesus name at the young age of 5. She traveled to many countries and lived in several cities with her parents, but finally settled in Pensacola, Florida where she completed her education.
Dana graduated from the University of West Florida with a degree in Elementary Education and went on to a 16-month teaching assignment in Botswana, Africa. There she taught 3rd grade and participated in various mission activities.
Dana is married to Daniel Stroebel, son of John and Earline Stroebel of Meraux, Louisiana. Dana is currently teaching at Andrew Jackson Elementary school.