Our Mission is to empower Ministries, Churches, Pastors and Speakers to spread the Word of God to a worldwide audience.
Our Vision is to go into all the world with technology, delivering the word of God without restriction. Empowering those who are called to spread the GOOD NEWS to all the world. Teaching and baptizing in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Lifting the word of God with fellow Christian ministers, Ministries, Churches, Pastors, Christian radio stations and Television networks. Matthew 28:19 (REACHING YOUR AUDIENCE) With a click of a button, you open up your message to a larger audience delivering the message of salvation and eternal life, touching lives, changing lives.
Our Digital Dominion Platform provides clear information regarding the intended purpose of having a digital ecosystem. We are positioned as an online resource tool for The House of Worship segment. Digital ecosystems can be thought of as a net underneath the emerging technologies featured in the Digital Platforms series of video delivery, social and OTT engagement.
We’re constantly striving to build strong families, strong marriages, strong people and strong communities. And we’re doing it by empowering them with a relevant word, Kingdom principles, practical tools and a tight-knit, supportive community. With a passion for people, Pastor Jasper joins others “in the trenches,” looking for opportunities to empower individuals by showing them how weaving Kingdom principles together produces measurable, verifiable and sustained change. With an interactive and demonstrative preaching style, Pastor Alecia brings the Word of God to life in a way that draws anyone listening in magnetically with conviction and passion.
Eastern Star Church is where “Jesus is Exalted and the Word is Explained.” Our ministry is based on evangelism and discipleship and we share the Word of Jesus Christ through our more than 40 ministries and three Central Indiana locations. Led by our pastor, Jeffrey A. Johnson, Sr., we are committed to the great commission instituted by Jesus Christ of saving and nurturing souls that have been saved. (Matthew 28:18-20) Eastern Star Church is rooted in Biblical standards that provide quality service for all who attend.
Ebenezer AME is a family church, serving the family of God. At Ebenezer, we are committed to serving you so that you can discover and activate the power of God in your life. As a result, we believe that minds will be changed, families strengthened, destinies fulfilled, and communities transformed.
Ebenezer has nearly 100 ministries to serve you. From our education ministries and music department to our comfort and outreach ministries and youth department, this is a place where you can grow and serve. We praise God for the great things He has done and is doing, but we believe the best is yet to come!
Pastor Grainger Browning, Jr.
Senior Pastor, Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church
Pastor Jo Ann Browning
Co-Pastor, Ebenezer African Methodist Episcopal Church
On September 8, 2001, the ceremonial groundbreaking for Zion’s new Cathedral took place. A little over a year later, on September 16, 2002, it was time to say “good-bye” to the edifice Little Zion called home for more than 30 years. On the morning of September 23, 2003, tons of steel and other construction material were delivered to the excavated site at 312 Grand Avenue to begin the construction of the building which would one day be known as “The House That Prayer Built.” Practically 32 years to the day Bishop O. M. Kelly appointed his spiritual son to the pastorate of Little Zion on its Opening Day, Bishop Frank Otha White announced the appointment of Assistant Pastor Frank Anthone White to the full Office of Pastor-The newly constructed and majestically imposing edifice thereafter dedicated by the late Bishop G. E. Patterson as ‘Zion Cathedral.’
Developing Dynamic Disciples
First Baptist Church of Glenarden, led by Pastor John K. Jenkins Sr., is a vibrant, Bible-based church located on three campuses in Prince George’s County, Md.
With more than 11,000 active members, FBCG is one of the largest congregations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area. It has impacted both local and global communities through its 100-plus ministries, outreach and educational programs.
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John K Jenkins Sr - It Is Time To Get Out Of The Boat Pastor
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'The Blood Still Works' Anthony Brown & FBCG Combined Mass Choir
Mission and Vision
Our mission is to bring persons into a saving and redemptive relationship with Jesus Christ. We are a Christ-centered, Word-based, Holy Ghost driven, culturally conscious, and socially aware body of believers called to make a difference in a dismal world – through preaching, teaching, worship, praise, discipleship and personal development.
We ascribe to raise a standard — An Empowered Church Impacting the World!
Shiloh Baptist Church has been pointing souls to a better religious, social, and economic life since its beginning in 1863. By so doing, we are living in hope of a far greater life in the Promised Land.
11/17/2019 (8 am), Principles of Resistance: Dealing With Distractions, Pastor Taft Quincey Heatley
11/10/2019 (11 am), Man Up, Rev. Dr. Timothy T. Boddie
11/10/2019 (8 am), Stand Your Ground, Rev. Dr. Henry P. During
11/3/2019 (11 am), Principles of Resistance: No Compromise, Pastor Taft Quincey Heatley
11/3/2019 (8 am), Principles of Resistance: No Compromise, Pastor Taft Quincey Heatley
10/29/2019, Homecoming Revival, Resistance to Rebuilding, Rev. Dr. Patrick Clayborn, Bethel A.M.E. Church
Welcome to the Tabernacle International Church (TIC) website. TIC is a church with over 50 nations. In this multicultural atmosphere you will find the universal love of God among our family. You will also experience the life-changing power of God’s presence in every service. We strive to order our lives at a high level of excellence we call “Jesus Class”. We like to say, “there is only one thing better than first class, and it is Jesus Class!” Please feel free to look over the website and find out more about our vision. Let us know if you have any questions. If you are already a member or frequent attender at TIC, this website will help you keep updated with the dozens of ministries and activities within and outside the four walls of TIC. Every time we get together, it’s an opportunity to experience God’s love expressed through one another, and the power of His Presence.
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Dr. Joseph M. Ripley, Sr. is the Founder and Pastor of The Body of Christ Church International, U.S.A., a non-denominational church. What began in 1983 with a charter membership of fifty people is today several thousand members.
The Body of Christ Church International, U.S.A., a multi-faceted ministry, is now one church in two locations (Fayetteville, Georgia and Alpharetta, Georgia). Programs and Outreach Ministries include School of Ministry, Prison Ministry, Youth Detention Center Ministry, Success In Life Classes, Healing School, Soulwinning, Street Reach, Missions (locally and abroad), the I.M.P.A.C.T. Tutorial Program, Business By the Book and Nursing Home, just to name a few. The ministry also operates a Technology Learning Center, which is reaching the world for Jesus through technology with computer classes, associated teaching and training.
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Dr. Phillip Phinn (The Law of Three) at The Body of Christ Church Int'l USA on November 3, 2019
God's System For Financial Increase 10-27-2019
How We Can Get Where We Need To Be In God 10-20-2019
Dr. Thomas Lewis Murray is the founding and Senior Pastor of Anointed Temple of Praise Outreach Ministries (ATOP) in Memphis, Tennessee.
On January 2, 2000, the first formal worship service of Anointed Temple of Praise was held at the Marriott Hotel. This was a high time of praise as the church celebrated a “New Ministry for a New Millennium.” Since that time, Anointed Temple of Praise has grown by leaps and bounds. In March 2002, the church was able to purchase the former Evangel Church at 3939 Riverdale. Since moving into our new church home there has been continuous development in ministries and outreach programs including Radio Broadcast Ministry, Community Services and Health Fairs and much, much more.
In short, The Bethel Experience is the unique, authentic and diverse manner that characterizes our authentic worship of God as a congregation. Since I was a child, there has always been something unique and exciting about being in a worship setting in the sanctuary of The Bethel Church. You would hear music that would be mostly characterized as out of the bounds of the “Black experience” of worship, and yet you would also hear the music of that experience and all in one worship setting. You never knew what to expect in worship… from the music to the message. One thing you did know… you would feel the presence of God in ways you didn’t know you would in that worship. It was never branded (as branding was not an ideal of that day), but now that the same tradition has carried on, we call it The Bethel Experience.
The Church is made up of people, not a building. Beulah is a church that includes a wide range of ages, singles, married couples, families, and people, from the metro Atlanta area. Every weekend we worship Him together through Sunday worship, Sunday School and live streaming. While our building may have a “mega church” feeling, we provide an intimate and friendly atmosphere, followed by dynamic praise and worship, and a relevant Word. Visit us and find out what the Beulah Experience is all about!
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Impact is the place for growth, hope and change. The Impact experience is designed to inspire, inform and uplift your spirit, soul and body. Here at Impact our mission is to provide you with enriching entertainment that impacts your life in every way that includes spiritually, physically, financially, mentally and emotionally.
Broadcasting in over 80 million homes, Impact endeavors to be the foremost innovative inspirational network both locally and abroad. The Impact Network is the fastest growing and largest black owned faith-based tv network spanning across the united states, the Bahamian Islands and parts of Africa!
Impacting Communities The Impact Network gives back
The Beginning. In 1867, two years after the end of the Civil War, First Mount Zion Baptist Church was organized. At that time the church was known as Mount Zion Baptist Church. Two years after the end of slavery, the church was born from a desire to give thanks and gratitude to God who enabled many former slaves to exercise their God-given freedom to worship. The founding members faced many problems. Money was scarce and a church location and minister were needed. The members met in their homes while involved in the time-consuming process of land acquisition followed by construction of a building. After much inquiry, a site located in the Rock Hill Magisterial District of Stafford County, Virginia was chosen. The founding members worshipped in a log cabin which served as the first church edifice.
The Northern Virginia Baptist Association appointed Reverend Jacob Byrd of Rock Hill, of Stafford, VA, as the first pastor of the church. The members used the barter system to support him and subsequent ministers. Rev. Byrd was not ordained, and as a result, early members were baptized by a Reverend Madden.
Address & Phone
First Mount Zion Baptist Church
16622 Dumfries Road
Dumfries, Virginia 22025-1920
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Ruach City Church is one of the largest and fastest growing non-denominational Pentecostal Christian churches in Europe. Starting from humble beginnings, with only a handful of faithful members, the church has grown rapidly since its inception in December 1992.
Ruach City Church - Get Back To The Vision - Sunday 17th November 2019
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Ruach City Church - It Is time To Release Your Restoration - Sunday 20th October 2019
Ruach City Church - The Rain Is Coming - Sunday 13th October 2019
NW MinCon started over 40 years ago as a “Christian Education Conference.” It quickly gained the reputation as a conference of excellence, offering an incredible hands-on experience at an affordable price for teams and churches all across the Pacific NW.
Young Leaders University is an online community designed to equip leaders of all ages in the areas of ministry, media and the marketplace. The same quality of excellent content and vibrant community that helped us grow for 50 to 5,000 are accessible to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. You’ll receive the insight and strategies on how to build your vision from the ground up from industry experts and world-class instructors.
We know God is greater than any of life’s challenges, be it a spiritual, physical, emotional, or financial. Jesus Christ came to set mankind free and to give abundant life. We firmly believe in God’s Supernatural power and have witnessed many astonishing miracles. Here at Great Faith many people have been healed and set free from life’s obstacles and are now living victoriously!
Services at Great Faith are unlike any other service around. God uses Bishop Jackson and Dr. Beverly in a powerful way to pray for the sick, prophesy and to speak words of encouragement into the lives of many. People have been healed of all sorts of ailments ranging from cancer, diabetes as well as various physical and emotional illnesses. The presence of God is truly alive and moving in each service.
The Ministry of Jesus
Wherever Jesus went things changed. Jesus taught God’s word but also demonstrated it. Jesus’ ministry is a ministry of miracles. As Jesus moved with compassion for people; we also follow in his footsteps by laying hands on the sick and praying for their recovery. By Christ’s sacrifice on the cross we are already healed and many come to Great Faith to claim and accept the healing that God has already provided for them through and by faith.
To bring people to Jesus and membership in his family, develop them to Christlike maturity, and equip them for their ministry in the church and life mission in the world, in order to magnify God's name.
At Believers Temple Word Fellowship, we are the Friendliest Church In the Midwest!!! Where we believe in Changing Lives, Serving, & Connecting to Impact Our Community. We'd like to extend an invitation to you, to join us for one of our services.
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God has blessed our church for 134 years. His work through his faithful servants has not been in vain. Although many facts regarding our history have been lost or obscured, the following facts have been salvaged through the years and still reveal to us that God has done many great works through Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. In 1877 a group of people in the Lawrenceville community felt the need to have their own place of worship. Some members in this particular group of founders are said to have belonged to the following families: Baker, Bell, Broughton, Gholston, Haygood and Taylor. The founders settled the meeting place on a small patch of land on Clayton street (currently where the McDonalds Restaurant is located). A small wooden framed structure was constructed for worship. They named this church Pleasant Hill Baptist Church and hence our humble beginnings were manifested.
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Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. was born in Windsor Ontario, Canada but was destined to move to the United States. God had a special calling on his life that extended far beyond the Canadian borders. In 1972, he moved to New Orleans, Louisiana. Not long after, he became the Senior Pastor of the Greater Saint Stephen Missionary Baptist Church. He served faithfully there for thirty-three years. Under his leadership, it became a "Full Gospel" Baptist Church, expanding to three areas of the city, maximizing at seven services per Sunday.
However, after the devastating storm, Katrina, God repositioned him. At God’s command, he passed the mantle to his wife, Debra B. Morton, who now serves as Senior Pastor of the mother church in New Orleans. Bishop Morton now serves as Senior Pastor of the "baby" church, G.S.S. Changing A Generation, in Atlanta, Georgia which was birthed out of the mother church. Bishop Paul S. Morton and Pastor Debra Morton now serve as each other’s Co-Pastor. Now "One Church in Two States", their slogan is "Changing The Way We Do Church!"
Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. is also the founding Presiding Bishop of one of the fastest growing movements in America - The Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship International.
As an apostle, he has birthed many churches out of Greater Saint Stephen, New Orleans. Bishop Morton is also an international television preacher who, for over twenty-five years, reaches thousands of souls for the Lord on a weekly basis.
Morton is also a gifted author and an anointed singer, having received five Stellar Awards.
His life in Christ is evidenced by his love and compassion for his family, the brethren and those who are lost.
Many esteem him as a Pastor’s Pastor; a Leader’s Leader; His wife and children revere him as a loving husband and role model father.
Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr. who strives to exemplify the heart of God, is truly God’s Man!
The historic St. John’s Congregational Church is one of the oldest and active Black Churches in New England. St. John’s has a rich history of positive community influence by its pastors, members and ministries. In 1848 the church was known as “Free Church” and its first pastor, the Rev. Leonard Collins vigorously defended Blacks’ right to organize their own churches in a public debate against the legendary abolitionist, Frederick Douglass. The debate appeared in the printed pages of Douglass’ North Star Newspaper. Douglass eventually came to accept the importance of establishing Black churches and attended services at the “Free Church.”
Throughout St. John’s history, it has maintained relationships with other nationally known human rights advocates. In fact, Abraham Lincoln knew one of the founding members of the church personally. Other honored guests and visitors to the church have included Sojourner Truth, James Baldwin, Langston Hughes, Jesse Jackson and Deval Patrick, just to name a few.
John Brown, the celebrated abolitionist and hero of Harper’s Ferry, was a member of the church during a period of time when he lived in Springfield. Brown and members of the church were actively involved in efforts to aid the escape of fugitive slaves. Springfield became a major stop on the Underground Railroad due in part to the abolitionist activities of this historic church. One of the most prized possessions of St. John’s is a Bible once owned by John Brown. Brown’s Bible remains on display at the church.
A number of the St. John’s members served bravely in the Union Army during the Civil War, including the Rev. Samuel Harrison. Rev. Harrison served as the church’s pastor from 1866 until 1870, and his work for racial equality placed him on the national spotlight during the Civil War. He went head to head with Abraham Lincoln over equal pay for Blacks serving in the Union Army, and he won. In June 1864 Congress granted equal pay for the 180,000 Blacks who fought on the side of the North. Rev. Harrison knew first-hand how badly Blacks were treated in the military because he served as an officer and chaplain of the famed 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Regiment, the first all Black infantry unit to fight in the Civil War. The exploits of this unit were dramatized in the movie Glory. The life and times of Rev. Harrison are also the topic of documentary film, A Trumpet at The Walls of Jericho: The Untold Story of Samuel Harrison. The film features Winton Marsalis and was narrated by Ossie Davis Jr. and Mario Van Peebles.
St. John’s Legacy sanctuary, located at the corner of Union and Hancock Street, was erected in 1911, under the skillful and committed leadership of the Rev. Dr. William N. DeBerry. At the turn of the century DeBerry established a number of ministries benefiting the community, including a parish home for working women, girls’ and boys’ clubs, a summer camp and classes in domestic sciences. These ministries developed into long-standing institutions that still continue to serve the needs of the community including; the Dunbar Community Center, the Springfield Urban League and Camp Atwater, the oldest and most prestigious African American summer camp in the country.
St. John’s legacy of community service and commitment has inspired the rise of a number institutions dedicated to the education of our youth. Two Springfield Public Schools have been named in honor of deceased members of St. John’s who were active in the daily affairs of our church. The William N. DeBerry Elementary School was named in honor St. John’s former Pastor, the Reverend Dr. William N. DeBerry. Dr. William N. DeBerry came to lead St. John's in 1899, and under his leadership the church became nationally-known for its extensive facilities and neighborhood outreach programs. The Rebecca M. Johnson Visual and Performing Arts School was named after Rebecca Johnson, an accomplished educator in Springfield Public Schools and the first Black Principal to be hired in Springfield, Massachusetts. Ms. Johnson was an active member and leader of our church.
During the Civil Rights turbulence of the 50’s and 60’s St. John’s reputation as a community leader expanded under the leadership of Rev. Dr. Charles E. Cobb. In 1956, Rev. Cobb led a successful campaign which forced the Springfield School Board to end its discriminatory policy of not hiring qualified Black teachers in Springfield Public Schools. Rev. Cobb was a highly educated man with a universal perspective that influenced and directed our church. He led the church to buy a bus and used it to take students to historically-black colleges in the South. Rev. Cobb also reached out to the Nation of Islam when most ministers and church leaders in the community wanted nothing to do with them. Rev. Cobb defended the Nation's right to sell its newspapers in the streets. When Malcolm X heard about Rev. Cobb’s supporting their efforts Malcolm visited Cobb’s home in Springfield to personally thank him. Rev. Cobb was also the first religious leader to focus national attention on “environmental racism,” the practice of dumping toxic waste in poor communities.
In 1965, Rev. Cobb ran for Mayor of Springfield on a platform of racial equality. It is believed that he was the first Negro to run for Mayor of Springfield. He ran unsuccessfully for mayor, in part to protest the teaching of ''Little Black Sambo'' in reading classes. Rev. Cobb was elected Executive Director of the United Church of Christ’s Commission for Racial Justice. He convinced the UCC to “do what was right” by financially supporting “The Wilmington 10”, a group of civil rights workers who were imprisoned for allegedly firebombing a white-owned grocery store during a period of unrest over school segregation. An appeals court overturned their convictions, ruling that their Constitutional rights had been violated in the trial. One of those defendants, the Rev. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., became Cobb's successor as executive director of the Commission for Racial Justice and later the President and CEO of the NAACP. Chavis credits his freedom and subsequent success to Rev. Cobb. Rev. Cobb served St. John’s pulpit and congregation until 1966.
Other notable pastors who have served St. John’s include Dr. Walter Fluker, the Rev. Herbert Carey, the late Rev. Frederick Nixon and Dr. Howard-John Wesley. Under Dr. Wesley’s leadership, the church grew both spiritually and numerically. Long overdue facility repairs were attended to and technology upgrades were introduced to improve the quality of the praise and worship experience. Several new ministries were established to better facilitate spiritual growth in St. John’s youth, young adults and new Christians. The membership of St. John’s grew to nearly 3000, the church developed television and internet broadcast capabilities which greatly enhanced the accessibility and effectiveness of St. John’s ministries. Dr. Wesley served the St. John’s congregation until 2007 and continues his ministry in Alexandria, VA.
God once again blessed the church with an anointed man of God to serve as the new under-shepherd. On June 22, 2010, Dr. Calvin J. McFadden, Sr., was elected and appointed to serve as the 13th Senior Pastor of the St. John’s Church. Under Dr. McFadden’s leadership, the membership and spiritual growth continues to improve. A renewed sense of excitement and vitality are expressed throughout the congregation as our church moves to a new level in Christ. Dr. McFadden continues the legacy of former pastors and leads the church by revitalizing the spiritual foundation of the church through relevant preaching and teaching, reverent worship, innovative ministry, and a focus on congregational care. Since Dr. McFadden’s arrival, the church has experienced considerable spiritual and numerical growth.
Dr. McFadden is an active presence in the Greater Springfield community. In addition to working in higher education, Dr. McFadden was elected as a city-wide candidate in a historic election to serve a 4-yar term on the Springfield School Committee. Though St. John’s pastors have long served as community leaders, Dr. McFadden’s election is one marked in the history books of time in that he is the first St. John’s pastor to concurrently serve as Pastor of St. John’s and an elected official.
In 2013, Dr. McFadden led St. John’s in a quest that had not been accomplished in more than 100 years – the erection of a new worship facility! After only three years under Dr. McFadden’s leadership, and under the careful planning of the Cornerstone Build Team, St. John’s walked into a new, $3 million ministry complex inclusive of a worship center, fellowship hall, classrooms and offices. The new facility provide adequate space and services for the ministries of St. John’s and its community outreach efforts. It also addresses anticipated growth and remove accessibility barriers to mobility challenged guests and members.
St. John’s continues to build the kingdom of God in the congregation and in community by offering weekly worship services, two weekly bible study classes, visitation to the infirmed, free meals to the hungry and hope to the hopeless. God is doing a new work in the life of St. John’s. We work with anticipation of defining the next exciting chapters of the rich history of St. John’s Congregational Church.
was born in Mt. Gilead, NC and he is married with one daughter, son-in-law, and grandson. Prior to coming to Greensboro, Pastor Thomas served as an assistant Pastor to a growing church in San Antonio, TX.
Pastor Thomas started Love and Faith Christian Fellowship in 1991 with only 3 members and under his spiritual leadership the church has grown to over 3,000 members. In 2006 the church opened a second location in Kernersville, NC becoming 1 church in 2 locations.
As a mentoring Pastor of several Pastors who look to him for spiritual guidance and support, Pastor Thomas travels to different regions of the country and around the world to visit with Pastors that are under him.
He enjoys being at home, fellowshipping with the members and doing what God has called him to do.
Pastor Thomas encourages all new members of Love and Faith to join one or more of the 80+ ministries offered by the church. Desiring that each member perform their ministry work with integrity and excellence, Pastor Thomas wants God to be pleased with both the Spiritual and the Administrative aspects of the ministry. He is committed to fulfilling the assignment given to him by the Holy Spirit. He believes that “to whom much is given, much is required.” (Luke 12:48).
Pastor Thomas is also the Chief Executive Pastor of Good Shepherds Fellowship International, a non-denominational fellowship of Pastors coming together for the primary purpose of establishing churches in the faith and building the Kingdom of God. The vision for GSFI is to equip and empower Pastors to become efficacious in their call to be good shepherds after the heart of God and building strong and healthy churches to carry out the great commission for Christ.