Nathaniel Houseman was born in 1980 in Washington state. His family moved to North Carolina in 1986. At the age of 20, Nathaniel was invited to Apostolic Tabernacle, Wilmington, NC. It was there he first heard apostolic preaching and received his own Pentecostal experience, baptized in Jesus name and filled with the Holy Ghost. The distinct call to share and preach the Gospel was present immediately. In 2007, at the age of 26, Nathaniel traveled to Cuba with his pastor and several other ministers. A special burden for the Cuban people led Nathaniel to return to Cuba to work together with the Cuban churches. This work continues still. Missionary efforts include witnessing to individuals one-on-one, teaching home Bible studies, evangelistic preaching in local churches, teaching ministerial seminars, and providing resources for the national churches. A major focus has been organizing and facilitating the first Apostolic Bible Institute in Cuba. As a result of this, we have seen a revival of Apostolic Doctrine and a restoration of biblical Holiness in the nation of Cuba. With the help of the Lord, and many pastors, missionaries, and supporting churches, the work in Cuba has grown from six churches in 2007 to over 80 apostolic churches.