Pastor Edward W. Herman is an ordained minister with the United Pentecostal Church, International. He is an U.S. Air Force veteran and graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice. Pastor Herman was elected to the pastorate of TurnPoint Pentecostal Church in June of 2005.
Pastor Herman and his wife, Paula, reside in Reedsburg, Wisconsin. They have two sons, Jordan and Jonathan, and two dogs, Frisbee and Boomer. The Herman's are originally from Appleton, Wisconsin where Pastor Herman served as Assistant Pastor of the Pentecostals of the Fox Cities.
Pastor Herman currently serves as the District Secretary on the Wisconsin District Board of the United Pentecostal Church, International and is a Chaplain for the Sauk County Sheriff's Department. In addition, he is the author of the book, Adoption, Love & Letters, the miraculous true-life account of the heart-touching reunion with his biological mother after 35 years.
Pastor Jordan Herman was appointed assistant pastor of TurnPoint Pentecostal Church in February 2016 and is a licensed minister with the United Pentecostal Church, International. Jordan holds an associates degree in Biblical Studies from Indiana Bible College. At TurnPoint, Jordan also serves as the Outreach Director, Krista serves as the Administrative Secretary, and together they serve as TurnPoint's HYPHEN Group Leaders.
He and his wife, Krista, reside in La Valle, Wisconsin. They have a two children, Lincoln and Emalyn, and two dogs, Presley and Sadie. Both Jordan and Krista are alumni of Reedsburg Area High School and returned to the area in 2016 after serving in Sheboygan County as the directors over Student Ministries for 3 years.
Pastor Jordan serves his community on the local volunteer fire department, both as a fireman and the Chaplain, as well as a Chaplain for the Sauk County Sheriff's Department. Jordan and Krista currently serve as Section 3 Youth Representatives for Wisconsin Youth Ministries of the United Pentecostal Church, International.