Rev. Isaac C. Hayes has a heart for evangelizing unbelievers and empowering believers. He is a critical thinker committed to sound biblical exegesis and application of theological principles to the contemporary culture.
Hayes is a native Chicagoan and assistant pastor at the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago, IL, where Dr. Byron T. Brazier is the Pastor. At the Apostolic Church of God, Hayes serves on staff as the Director of the Ministry Development Department and is responsible for the Strategic Development, Stewardship, and Community Engagement ministries. He also ministers the Word during the Sunday morning worship services and midweek Bible classes and is a seminar and conference speaker.
Beyond the ministry of the Word, Hayes is a charismatic leader who has served as the Assistant Secretary and Assistant Treasurer for the Illinois District Council Young People's Union of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc.
Hayes is the author of the book Men After God’s Heart: 10 Principles of Brotherly Love, which explores how Christian men can live in healthy relationships, grow in mutual fellowship, and engage in meaningful stewardship.
Rev. Hayes is a dedicated student of the Holy Scriptures with a Master of Divinity degree from Moody Theological Seminary and is a doctoral student at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
A firm believer in the divinely ordained institution of marriage, Hayes is married to his wonderful wife Evangelist Dr. Latouna Hayes, who has her Ph.D. in Christian Counseling.