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Bishop James Brown, also known as Bishop I Feel God, has served as a local pastor and as the 2nd Presiding Prelate of the Non-Denominational Gospel Fellowship or Churches in Fort Worth, Texas.
Along with his partner for life Pastor Linda Brown the powerful duo minister to the "up and out", as well as, "the down and out".
Their ministry is quite diverse but has a firm grounding on the Word of God and "the demonstration of the Spirit and Power". They believe the church's mission statement should mirror Jesus': to preach, heal, deliver, recover, and empower.
Bishop is a respected community leader and organizer having served as an Assistant Event Coordinator for Promise Keepers and Convoy of Hope, both serving thousands.
In addition to being a powerful preacher and teacher, he is known as a prolific writer. His columns and articles are widely distributed on the internet and many print publications.
He has also been instrumental in developing or producing several books by pastors who were seeking to expand their ministries.
Believing that the church must be innovative and creative in order to reach this end time generation, Bishop Brown is active in utilizing and implementing technology for the spread of the Gospel.
Having attended Michigan State University, he applies his expertise as a software engineer for the Kingdom of God.
From internet web sites to CD duplication to print publications, Bishop Brown stands at the forefront of technological innovation for the kingdom of God.
You may reach him through his blog at http://ifeelgod.org or by phone 817-535-7091