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Special Guest: Bishop Sean ...
Special Guest: Bishop Sean Teal
Bishop Sean Teal, Senior Pastor of Friendship Central Community Church, Chattanooga, Tennessee will be here to help us kick off our week of evangelism.
is a favorite of our congregation, and is also considered by many to be one of the great preachers of our day!
has been preaching since age 13, and has established himself as an anointed voice of the Word as he
travels around the world preaching conventions, conferences and camp meetings.
has been a featured speaker on many television networks.
wife Stephanie, along with their three children, reside in Chattanooga, TN.
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Sean Teal, the senior minister at Friendship Central Community Church in Brainerd, issued a news release last week asking his fellow clergy members to refrain from endorsing political candidates.
said in the release that endorsing candidates could "foster disunity in the Body of Christ" and could create a "sense or an illusion of 'divine right or favor.'"
However, Dr. Teal
suggested clergy members stay informed of political issues and make voter registration opportunities available to parishioners.
This year's theme is "Building The ...
This year's theme is "Building The Body As The Legacy Lives On." The keynote speaker for the breakfast will be Bishop Sean Teal of Oakland's New Hope Baptist Church.
After nearly a year of commuting ...
After nearly a year of commuting to Las Vegas, Nevada weekly to minister and lead the Berean Christian Fellowship, Bishop Sean Teal, senior pastor at Friendship Central Community Church will officially return to his full-time pulpit ministry at the Brainerd area church on Sunday, May 31, at the 9:30 a.m. worship.
Bishop Teal will preach, "The Secret To the Supernatural."
Two nights later on Wednesday, August ...
Two nights later on Wednesday, August 6, Bishop Sean Teal, pastor of the Friendship Central Community Church in Chattanooga, Tenn., will deliver a message entitled, "Planting Life-Giving Churches."