Founder and Senior
Pastor

Cornerstone fw

AIME NTCHOBO

Aime H Ntchobo grew up in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa and moved to America in the late eighties. The first years in America served mostly to further his studies as he completed both a bachelor and master’s degrees in mathematics in Massachusetts and worked as an actuarial programmer for a few years in the Boston area.

So far, God had been an after-thought to him, completely set in the margins of his life. But amid some difficult life circumstances, he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in 1997. In 2000, the conviction to serve God invaded his heart and soul as he answered yes to the call. The first steps in ministry occurred at the Full Gospel Sowers Church and Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts where he served as an elder and associate pastor respectively. The preparation for ministry continued as he completed a Master of Arts in Christian Education with emphasis on family ministry at Dallas Theological Seminary, in Texas, in 2010.

Aime is a Pastor at heart, a servant leader. In 2011, the Lord led him and his wife, with a few friends to plant Cornerstone Fellowship Church—a bilingual ministry—in Irving, Texas. He finds joy in helping people and families of all origin find Christ on their life journey. He still enjoys teaching Mathematics at Collin College in Plano, Texas.

He is happily married to his wife Olga and together they have five sons–Franck, Alex, Patrick with spouse Ashlea, Moh-Julien, Enoch– and one daughter, Faith. The family currently resides outside of Dallas, Texas.

Aime enjoys also reading, gardening, music and spending quality time with family and friends among other things.

OLGA NTCHOBO
Olga Ntchobo grew up in a large Christian family in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. At a very early age, she was introduced to the Christian faith and surrendered her life to the Lord in her early twenties. She moved to America in 1991 to join and continue the journey that started in 1986 with her husband.

She is first and foremost the engine that makes the Ntchobo family run, by the grace of God.
Though her priorities remain her husband and kids, she has taken on many responsibilities as the first lady of Cornerstone, including leading the women and kids’ ministries. Olga also served as women ministry leader at Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
She speaks fluently French and English and his gifted in leadership, administration, hospitality and teaching.

The tenderness of her heart led her to pursue a successful career as a nurse, making a difference in the lives of many special need children.

Her preparation for ministry led her to attend and graduate from the District School of Ministry with the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God.

Her love for God and for the ministry is contagious. First lady Olga spreads love and joy genuinely wherever she goes and is a delight to be around.

Olga enjoys nature, art, traveling, reading, cooking and decorating and fellowship with family and friends.

Founder and Senior
Pastor

CORNERSTONE

AIME NTCHOBO

Aime H Ntchobo grew up in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa and moved to America in the late eighties. The first years in America served mostly to further his studies as he completed both a bachelor and master’s degrees in mathematics in Massachusetts and worked as an actuarial programmer for a few years in the Boston area.

So far, God had been an after-thought to him, completely set in the margins of his life. But amid some difficult life circumstances, he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in 1997. In 2000, the conviction to serve God invaded his heart and soul as he answered yes to the call. The first steps in ministry occurred at the Full Gospel Sowers Church and Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts where he served as an elder and associate pastor respectively. The preparation for ministry continued as he completed a Master of Arts in Christian Education with emphasis on family ministry at Dallas Theological Seminary, in Texas, in 2010.

Aime is a Pastor at heart, a servant leader. In 2011, the Lord led him and his wife, with a few friends to plant Cornerstone Fellowship Church—a bilingual ministry—in Irving, Texas. He finds joy in helping people and families of all origin find Christ on their life journey. He still enjoys teaching Mathematics at Collin College in Plano, Texas.

He is happily married to his wife Olga and together they have five sons–Franck, Alex, Patrick with spouse Ashlea, Moh-Julien, Enoch– and one daughter, Faith. The family currently resides outside of Dallas, Texas.

Aime enjoys also reading, gardening, music and spending quality time with family and friends among other things.

OLGA NTCHOBO

Olga Ntchobo grew up in a large Christian family in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. At a very early age, she was introduced to the Christian faith and surrendered her life to the Lord in her early twenties. She moved to America in 1991 to join and continue the journey that started in 1986 with her husband.

She is first and foremost the engine that makes the Ntchobo family run, by the grace of God.
Though her priorities remain her husband and kids, she has taken on many responsibilities as the first lady of Cornerstone, including leading the women and kids’ ministries. Olga also served as women ministry leader at Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
She speaks fluently French and English and his gifted in leadership, administration, hospitality and teaching.

The tenderness of her heart led her to pursue a successful career as a nurse, making a difference in the lives of many special need children.

Her preparation for ministry led her to attend and graduate from the District School of Ministry with the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God.

Her love for God and for the ministry is contagious. First lady Olga spreads love and joy genuinely wherever she goes and is a delight to be around.

Olga enjoys nature, art, traveling, reading, cooking and decorating and fellowship with family and friends.

Founder and Senior
Pastor

CORNERSTONE fw

AIME NTCHOBO

Aime H Ntchobo grew up in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa and moved to America in the late eighties. The first years in America served mostly to further his studies as he completed both a bachelor and master’s degrees in mathematics in Massachusetts and worked as an actuarial programmer for a few years in the Boston area.

So far, God had been an after-thought to him, completely set in the margins of his life. But amid some difficult life circumstances, he surrendered his life to Jesus Christ in 1997. In 2000, the conviction to serve God invaded his heart and soul as he answered yes to the call. The first steps in ministry occurred at the Full Gospel Sowers Church and Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts where he served as an elder and associate pastor respectively. The preparation for ministry continued as he completed a Master of Arts in Christian Education with emphasis on family ministry at Dallas Theological Seminary, in Texas, in 2010.

Aime is a Pastor at heart, a servant leader. In 2011, the Lord led him and his wife, with a few friends to plant Cornerstone Fellowship Church—a bilingual ministry—in Irving, Texas. He finds joy in helping people and families of all origin find Christ on their life journey. He still enjoys teaching Mathematics at Collin College in Plano, Texas.

He is happily married to his wife Olga and together they have five sons–Franck, Alex, Patrick with spouse Ashlea, Moh-Julien, Enoch– and one daughter, Faith. The family currently resides outside of Dallas, Texas.

Aime enjoys also reading, gardening, music and spending quality time with family and friends among other things.

OLGA NTCHOBO
Olga Ntchobo grew up in a large Christian family in Cote d’Ivoire, West Africa. At a very early age, she was introduced to the Christian faith and surrendered her life to the Lord in her early twenties. She moved to America in 1991 to join and continue the journey that started in 1986 with her husband.

She is first and foremost the engine that makes the Ntchobo family run, by the grace of God.
Though her priorities remain her husband and kids, she has taken on many responsibilities as the first lady of Cornerstone, including leading the women and kids’ ministries. Olga also served as women ministry leader at Bethel Evangelical Church in Boston, Massachusetts.
She speaks fluently French and English and his gifted in leadership, administration, hospitality and teaching.

The tenderness of her heart led her to pursue a successful career as a nurse, making a difference in the lives of many special need children.

Her preparation for ministry led her to attend and graduate from the District School of Ministry with the North Texas District of the Assemblies of God.

Her love for God and for the ministry is contagious. First lady Olga spreads love and joy genuinely wherever she goes and is a delight to be around.

Olga enjoys nature, art, traveling, reading, cooking and decorating and fellowship with family and friends.