Tuesday, February 19, 2008

About Direction Director - Dr. Brian Mosley

Dr. Brian Jefferson Mosley is the founder and Senior minister of Bread of Life Ministries, with corporate offices located in Newark, NJ and Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Mosley has been conducting crusades worldwide for 30 plus years. A native of New England, he answered the Divine calling upon his life at the tender age of fifteen. It was at this time that Dr. Mosley developed a burden in his heart for the lost. Since that time, Dr. Mosley has been instrumental in training ministers and laity to take authority over spiritual forces and walk freely from sin, sickness, poverty, and disease.

For 12 years, Dr. Mosley was the Pastor of the Greater Bethlehem Healing Temple located in Newark, NJ. During the time that he was a pastor, Dr. Mosley initiated the concept of the School of the Prophets, which was held at Essex County College in New Jersey. Outside of the Divine Word, it was Dr. Mosley who resurrected this concept, thereby inspiring other men and women of God to institute similar sessions that still flourish today.

Dr. Mosley functions as a Prophet and teacher in the body of Christ, with the nine gifts of the Holy Spirit accompanying his ministry. Because of the Divine impact and accuracy of the prophetic word of God that is present in his ministry, he has had the honor and privilege of ministering in South Africa and to the Royal family of the Kingdom of Swaziland. Dr. Mosley has also been seen on television by thousands across the nation in the renowned documentary, “Prophet!”

In 1992, the inception of Bread of Life Ministries an evangelistic/itinerant ministry was incorporated in Lake City, South Carolina, under the guidance and leadership of Dr. Mosley. He continues to travel extensively throughout the United States proclaiming his prophetically anointed message of healing and restoration that transcends every cultural and denominational barrier. Dr. Mosley is considered a “Pentecostal Diplomat”.

Dr. Brian Jefferson Mosley presently resides in Atlanta, Georgia.

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