Senior Pastor Steve & Dyne Peich
Imago Dei Christian Community

Dyne is a counselor, life coach, and founder of Streams of Hope Counseling Services, LLC. She has worked as a school counselor; social work program supervisor; mental health worker at Kahi Mohala; and missionary to Thailand. Dyne is a graduate of the University of Hawaii (BA, Elem. Ed), and of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (MA, Counseling Psychology). Dyne has taught for the Bible Institute of Hawaii, and has been a conference and seminar speaker for over 15 years.

Steve is currently the senior pastor at Imago Dei Christian Community on Oahu. Steve has also been the Executive Director for the Bible Institute of Hawaii; a co-founder of the Pacific Alliance to Stop Slavery (PASS); Field Director for World Partners in Thailand; and a Refugee Worker for World Relief. Steve has been a Conference Speaker for the last 25 years and has graduate degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and Fuller Theological Seminary.

They’ve been married for 22 years now, and have two wonderful kids, one in high school the other in college. Serving God together through all these years have forged the humble understanding that marriage is their greatest responsibility and the foundation from which they become better parents, and better servants for Christ. Their passion and joy is to help marriages and all other relationships find healing and wholeness through the amazing grace of our Lord

Pastors Rob & Michele Okimura
Hope Chapel Lifespring

Rob is the founding pastor of Hope Chapel Lifespring that started in 1997. He grew up in Manoa Valley and is a graduate of Roosevelt High School, the University of Hawaii at Manoa and Fuller Seminary. Rob previously served as an assistant pastor at Evergreen Baptist Church in Rosemead, California, Grace Bible Church Honolulu, and Hope Chapel Honolulu. He and his wife Michele were married in 1984 and have two children.

Michele founded the church with her husband Rob. She grew up in Kaimuki and is a graduate of Kalani High School and the University of Hawaii at Manoa where she earned a degree in education. Michele previously worked as a school teacher for fifteen years before she joined the church staff full-time. She wears many different leadership hats, but her primary role is overseeing the Children’s Ministry.