Diana Rambarran was born and raised in Guyana, South America. As the child of a Nazarene District Superintendent, she was very involved in church activities at a very young age. After graduating high school, Diana moved to the US, where she pursued her studies in engineering at California State University, Chico. It was during this period of her life that she was faced with enormous challenges. It was not long after this time that she completely recommitted her life to Christ.
Many years after leaving Guyana, she re-connected with the love of her life, David (who was living in Florida), and they were married in 1997. God then changed the trajectory of her life, and they moved to Kansas City, for David to attend Seminary. While there, Diana completed a degree in management at Mid-America Nazarene University. During this time, they founded Bags of Hope Ministries, and Diana organized many ministry teams from NTS for projects and seminars in Guyana, Barbados and Trinidad.
In 2006, David became the pastor at Fort Lauderdale First Church of the Nazarene, while Diana served as the office administrator, Sunday School Superintendent and Worship Leader. Along with her responsibilities at the church, Diana serves as the Operations Director for Bags of Hope. She is responsible for fundraising, grant writing, organizing volunteer mission teams for various projects (overseas and locally), and for the daily operations of this ministry. One project that has become her passion is the construction of an enrichment center for a small rainforest village in Guyana.
Today, Diana serves the Southern Florida District as a member of the District Sunday School Council and as the secretary of the District NMI Council. She has been on several Work and Witness trips- including Brazil, Haiti, Ecuador, and Guyana. She loves tinkering with various computer software programs and enjoys serving the Lord wherever He leads.