|Rev. D.J. Mears|
REVEREND D.J. MEARS II
Let me first praise and thank God for every blessing in my life, especially my beautiful, Godly wife Jen and our two precious, prayer minded little girls. I thank God for the call every teacher, preacher, pastor, evangelist and prophet feels the moment they know with all certainty, it is the true call of God anointing and commissioning them to holy boldness for the time and place God has laid out for them.
At the young age of 9, I came into a life changing, soul saving relationship with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, receiving the call to ministry at age 15, then on to active ministry at age 20, continuing a rich family heritage of preaching and teaching.
God has anointed me to preach the gospel, seek out the harvest, minister to the broken and reconcile the hurting but this is the job of every anointed man or woman of God. He has called and put in me an uncontrollable desire to reach out and minister to those who are saved and covered under the blood, helping them to understand there is more to Jesus than salvation alone. I want to help them realize that everything we need, we already have, as it was birthed in us that very moment in time we repented and received salvation.
I know that we have been placed very strategically in Gods plan to help open the eyes of the church body, helping them to walk and talk in power and authority, facing every day in the attitude of victory and not defeat.
In John 16:7, Jesus said "It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you: but if I depart, I will send Him unto you." The Comforter is our lifeline and my desire is to see God's people walking in all the gifts available to us by the Spirit.
We covet your prayers and "I wish above all things that thou may prosper and be in good health even as thy soul prospers."
Rev. Mears preaches and teaches throughout Sumter and surrounding counties.
Should you wish him to speak to your church or organization, contact him
firstname.lastname@example.org or (352) 303-4315