Pastor Of The Week

March 26, 2012 12:00 AM
Pastor Of The Week
" Our Pastor of the week is Bishop Thomas Daniels. He is the dynamic pastor of Woodbury Miracle Fellowship in Woodbury Georgia. Bishop Daniels is an excellent organizer and innovator who believes that people are destroyed for the lack of knowledge. He is known for teaching love, holiness and the fear of the Lord. He is very active in many of Woodbury’s community civic, and school events.  He is also known for doing all he can to strengthen the lives of his members and the citizens in the community.God has anointed Bishop Daniels to preach a powerful word, and those that hear him are blessed through salvation, healing and deliverance. And for these reasons alone, the staff at V-103 and WAOK are proud to recognize Bishop Daniels as our pastor of the week. "

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