Leadership

Pastors cThe Shepherd of this ministry, Pastor Ian Brown and his wife Sandi, have enjoyed ministering together for the past twenty years. He has eight years experience and instruction in Bible Theology and has been a dogged worker in the vineyard of Christ since He first began to walk with the Lord. He cites that “Jesus became his passion for living” and surrendered himself to the Lord’s working and will for his life at the age of nineteen. God has made him a “true believer” and he continues to encourage and exhort the body of saints to know God even through the truth of the scriptures. It is his desire for truth that has become His greatest motivation for teaching and preaching the Word, that others might experience a faith filled and established walk in preparation for eternity.

Pastor Brown has been graced with a prophetic unction and ministry that has evidenced itself in numerous visions and spiritual encounters that are peculiar to the end time. Through revelation, the Lord has appointed Him a Prophet and an Apostle. Furthermore, in 1994 he was caught up into the heavenlies where he engaged in personal, face to face interactions with the Lord Jesus Christ concerning the specifics of eternal ranking and eternal rewards. This experience has uniquely shaped his ministry as one which encourages saints to understand their distinctive calling as well as the eternal purposes and promises of our Heavenly Father, as to lay hold on these things. The Lord has divinely appointed this couple for this season to do His work of ministry in declaring His Kingdom and His Return. He has also blessed them with two biological children, Reuel and Jahel Brown as well as many other spiritual offspring.

In March 2008, Elders and Deacons were officially ordained and set into the ministry by the Lord’s appointment. Bishop Carl Alexander, a Minister with thirty-seven (37) years experience performed the ordination ceremony. The Lord has deposited and released great graces and unction upon these chosen men and women to lead.

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