Dr. Aiko Hormann
Aiko Hormann came to the United States in 1951 from Japan under the Foreign Student Exchange Program. She earned her degree in mathematics at the University of Missouri, and became a Research Scientist, specializing in "Artificial Intelligence" and the Human Brain.
In the 1960's, Aiko's scientific research work was recognized through journal publications, NATO conference participation, and a "Press Conference" sponsored by the Office of Naval Research. Her biographic data has appeared in several "Who's Who" publications.
Aiko accepted Jesus Christ in 1968 as Savior, and surrendered her life to His Lordship. She put her scientific pursuits on the shelf, and began to study the Bible with the same intensity and thoroughness as she had done in her research work, now directed by the Holy Spirit.
Aiko and her husband, Jerry Hormann, ministered together beginning in 1972, under the guidance of Pastor John Smith at Faith Tabernacle, in Los Angeles, California. Jerry passed on in 1982 and Aiko has continued in full-time ministry ever since.
God made her aware that all truth is His truth whether it is clear in Scripture or it is man's own discoveries of God's truth called "science". The Scriptures have asserted all truth (Yeshua is the whole Truth) for thousands of years. One of Aiko's favorite expressions is "Science is just now catching up with the Bible."
God uses her ministry in a unique way, by combining her many years of experience in scientific research in the areas of artificial intelligence and the brain's function, with 40 years of Scriptural research. God showed her how to integrate it all in order to serve His purposes for healing and deliverance.
In 1982, after Jerry passed into the presence of his Lord, Aiko was directed by the Spirit to start training healing ministers. The Lord has been confirming His Word to her with signs following her ministry. Her students are experiencing the same exciting realities of God's work as they apply the same principles.
Aiko has appeared on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) nationwide, Daystar Television Network (including the Joni Lamb show), Scandinavian TV in Oslo, as well as on local TV in California, Florida, Hawaii, and Texas.
She has also been interviewed by Pat Robertson on the 700 Club, and by Willard Thiessen on the popular Canadian TV program, "It's a New Day". You can watch one of the interviews here, on the Home Page.