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Church History

Christian Deliverance Ministry was birthed in 1999 in the home of our founders and pastors, Bishop Willie M. Brown and Dr. Dreamer L. Brown. The ministry started with eight people in the kitchen of our leader’s home. When the kitchen could no longer accommodate the people, the ministry worshiped in hotel meeting rooms for a few years as they searched for property. In 2004, The Lord blessed the church with our first building and miraculously the members came together and converted a 6,000 square foot movie theater into a beautiful House of Worship. The ministry called the renovation the “Nehemiah Project” because the people had a mind to work. Photos are proudly displayed in the church lobby of our congregants working together with the common goal of building a House of Worship that God is proud of.

The church is a non-denominational ministry with emphasis on holy living. The church has roots from the Pentecostal church. Christian Deliverance Ministry consist of different ethnic groups, races, educational, and economic levels, brought together by the transforming power of the Lord Jesus Christ. We strongly believe that God wants His people to all worship together. Our worship services are anointed with high praise and the Word is preached with power and demonstration. 

The ministry was honored to be interviewed on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in 2011. In April and October of 2011, the ministry was interviewed on two other Christian television stations. The ministry has also extended its evangelism internationally ministering in Nigeria Africa in 2012. Many doors have opened for the ministry through the years including ministering at the Black Essence Grammy Awards and on the lawn of the United States White House.

In 2014, the ministry began birthing other ministries and ordained its first pastor. The church is now positioning itself to be headquarters for many ministries as the Lord continues to direct us on building the Kingdom.

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