Dr. Denise Clark Bradford!!
- Pastor/Dr. Denise Clark Bradford: Married to Min. Artnealius C.
Bradford (Bishop is what we call him), and mother of 7 sons: Larry
(33), Lorenzo(31), Derrick(29), Richard(27), Nicholas(25), John II
(22), and Julian Matthew(20 - affectionately named after his
grandmother, the late Dr. Mattie Juliet Moss-Clark).
She was vocally trained by her mother in the soprano range with her
other sisters, and became a Recording Artist in the Gospel genre to
the claim of numerous albums, cd's, and videos.... The Clark
Sisters. Her family grew up under the leadership of their father,
Pastor/Elder Elbert Clark of Berea C.O.G.I.C. Upon admission to
college, she entered Wayne State University under full academic
scholarship/Bachelor of Science Degree/PSI Institute of
Washington/Masters of Divinity, and concluded with Doctor of
Divinity from Grace Theological Seminary.
The main thrust of her vision and experience speaks for itself, of
outreach ministries that includes: Shelter, Prison, Missions,
Evangelism, Community Service, Counsel to the Battered/Abused Women,
and Addictive Behavioral. She has a burden for the rejected, broken-
hearted, and cast away that most would not reach out to. Her life
could be looked at like a modern Abraham, Joseph, and Paul.
She has served as Pastor for "Feed My Sheep, They Are Forgiven
Inc.," an outreach ministry, initially based in Detroit, MI where
she resided for more than 26 years. Having relocated to Potomac, MD
from 1988-1995, the Christian Fellowship Cathedral was birthed. The
next move of God would take her to Sacramento, CA where her recent
assignment of pastorate would blossom through an internet based
ministry, "The Church Without Walls" (Because The Lord Loves You
Ministries) to date.
Dr. Denise continues to acknowledge the Lord in all of her servic to
HIM and firmly causes the reality of the passage of scripture from
Deutoronomy 7:8. Her motto: Still Standing For HIM!! The Woman of
God's e-mail is what her experiences reflect!
Visit her page, and join the group at:
Min. Noah I. Brown