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Sterling V. Porter

Senior Pastor

Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries Inc

HQ Phone:  (304) 725-9442

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Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries Inc

551 Willow Spring Dr.

Charles Town, West Virginia,25414

United States

Company Description

Our Mission at Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries is to Fulfill God's Purpose And Extend His Kingdom; Birthing A People of Purpose, Passion and Power for the transformation of the world. We are Committed to God, Celebrating one another, and Cultivating our comm...more

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Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries-Bishop Sterling Porter's Bio

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Bishop Sterling Porter
Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries-Bishop Sterling Porter's Bio Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries Bishop Sterling Porter Bishop Sterling V. Porter, III, Th.D. Bishop Sterling V. Porter, III is a native of Annapolis, Maryland. Receiving his early education in the Anne Arundel County Public School System, he is a graduate of the Yorktowne Business Institute in the field of Computer Technology and attended Anne Arundel Community College. He was employed as a Senior Programmer Analyst for the Mercantile Safe Deposit & Trust Company in Linthicum, Maryland before entering into full-time ministry. Bishop Porter received his spiritual nurturing at the Holy Temple Cathedral Church of God International, Inc. in Annapolis, Maryland under the leadership of its founder, Bishop Wilbert L. Baltimore. Bishop Porter was appointed as a Presiding Elder in his churches parent body, King's Apostle Church Of God, Inc., in 1995. Because he chose to "despise not the day of small beginnings," he steadfastly under girded the visionary and functioned in a Spirit of Excellence. In August of 1998, he was appointed as the National Field Supervisor for the General Church. He accepted the call as Senior Pastor of Baltimore Temple (now known as Kingdom Life Cathedral) in Ranson, West Virginia in November 1999. This congregation is serious about their mission to share the gospel to all mankind, while birthing a People of Purpose, Passion, and Power. The congregation has acquired a 10-acre tract of land and currently is in their design stages to build a campus to house the multi-facet ministry that God has given them. Bishop Porter was consecrated to the sacred office of Bishop in July 2001 and was appointed as Diocesan Bishop of the Second Episcopal Diocese of Kings Apostle Church World Ministries, Inc., encompassing churches within the states of New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. In July 2003, Bishop Porter was elevated to the office of 1st Vice Bishop. An anointed preacher, teacher, instructor, and counselor, Bishop Porter received his Associate of Arts degree from Logos University. He continued on to receive his Bachelors of Arts in Theology, Masters of Theology, and Doctorate of Theology from the North Carolina College of Theology. Bishop Porter travels extensively to cities all over the United States sharing the Gospel. In addition, he has been honored and favored by God to have the opportunity to preach in cities of Panama. His greatest joy is seeing men and women come unto the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. His mission is to extend the Kingdom of God, and fulfill the purpose that God had preordained for him. His message to mankind is found in the passage John 10:10 "The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly." The Lord has blessed Bishop Porter to share in ministry with his lovely wife Dr. Yvette L. Porter along with many spiritual sons and daughters they have embraced and received into their family. Bishop Sterling V. Porter Senior Pastor Bishop Sterling Porter


Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries's E-Directory

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Bishop Sterling Porter
Bishop Sterling V. Porter, III, Th.D. Senior Pastor Bishop@KingdomLifeCathedral.org Sterling V. Porter, III bishop@kingdomlifecathedral.org Bishop Sterling Porter


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Guest preacher will be Bishop Sterling Porter, senior pastor of the Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries in Ranson.
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Bishop Sterling Porter
Bishop Sterling Porter, pastor of Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries in Ranson, W.Va., organized a food giveaway event Saturday at the Ranson Civic Center. "It's all about the people," said Bishop Sterling Porter III, pastor of Kingdom Life Cathedral Ministries at 513 W. Third Ave. Nearly 400 people came to the Ranson Civic Center Saturday morning to pick up food boxes provided through the generosity and volunteer efforts of Porter's 300 parishioners. Before the distribution began, Porter gave a rousing sermon inside the cavernous civic center. His boisterous homily moved his audience to stand and cheer hallelujahs and amens. Those receiving the food boxes were cleared through the state Department of Health and Human Services, Porter said. This is the first year for the food distribution project, he said. The congregation raised more than $7,000 to buy the food through the Feed the Children program, an Oklahoma City-based international nonprofit that in 2008 distributed more than 133 million pounds of food to the needy in 119 countries, according to the program's Web site. "We've been working with Feed the Children for about a year," Porter said. Volunteers unloaded the truck that hauled the food to the civic center on Friday. In addition to the individuals and families who received food Saturday, several churches and outreach ministries were given boxes for distribution to those in need in their areas, Porter said. Church members raised $4,500 in a walk-a-thon fundraiser earlier this year to pay for Saturday's event. "The rest came from the general church budget," Porter said. "We're excited about helping anyway we can. We give them food, but we want them to know the Lord," he said. "We're seeing more need now than ever before. We're planning an even larger event for next year." The Kings Apostle Church World Ministries has five churches under its umbrella, including Porter's church. The other four are in Martinsburg, W.Va., Waynesboro and Mercersburg in Pennsylvania and Hagerstown, he said. Porter has been bishop of the church for 10 years. He moved to Charles Town from Annapolis, he said.


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