Dale Bronner bags Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award! The founding and senior pastor of Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral in Atlanta, Georgia has taken to Instagram to disclose an award conferred to him over his outstanding contributions to church services.
In an Instagram post on Monday, Bronner shared pictures of himself with an award. He went on to disclose in the caption that it was a presidential Lifetime Achievement Award he received on Sunday. He however said it was an honor to have received it.
“I was honored and humbled on Sunday to receive the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award,” He wrote. “For me, the ministry is loving people. All the glory belongs to our wonderful Savior,” he added.
Bishop Bronner began his early ministry while in school. He was the president and founder of Praise the Lord Club, a local ministry he founded in school.
He has received various awards since his school days, starting from finishing at Morehouse College as the top student in the field of religion. In 1999, he was a member of Martin Luther King’s Board of Preachers at Morehouse College. He earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from the Christian Life School of Theology in 2001.
Bronner founded his Interdenominational ministry in 1991. He in addition was consecrated as Bishop by the International Communion of Charismatic Churches in 2003. Aside from being a Bishop, Bronner also is a church planter, conference speaker, leadership trainer, and author.
Bronner’s mission is to reach and guide young believers. He is passionate about serving God and spreading the gospel. Over the years, he has committed immensely to reaching millions daily through his international multi-media broadcast.
Bronner is married to Nina Bronner. Their union however is blessed with five children and nine grandchildren. Obviously, he deserves The Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award.
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