Prophet Brian Mosley

Prophet Mosley

Prophet Mosley

Dr. Brian Jefferson Mosley is the founder and senior minister of Bread of Life Ministries, with corporate offices located in Newark, New Jersey and Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Mosley has been conducting crusades worldwide for more than 26 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. Dr. Mosley was raised in the Congregational Church. At the age of 13 years old, he was invited to St. Matthews Baptist Church where he was converted. As time went by, he accepted Jesus Christ as his personal savior under the tutelage of the late Mother Roberta Jacobs, Church of God, Anderson, Indiana. Shortly thereafter, he was witnessed to concerning baptism of the Holy Spirit, as a result, he was filled with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in tongues, at the Miracle Temple C.O.G.I.C., under the leadership of the late Eld. & Missionary Filyaw. His initial sermon was preached at the Triumph Church Kingdom of God in Christ, under the leadership of Governess Lucille Stockton. He was licensed under the late Bishop Wilson, who was the past vice Bishop of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Churches of Jesus Christ, Inc., Havre De Grace, Maryland where the late Bishop Charles Henry Johnson was founder and the late A.W. Johnson was pastor. In the year of 1977, Dr. Mosley received ordination into ministry. He earned a doctorate of sacred letters from South Western University. In 1979, an honorary doctorate of Divinity was conferred upon him in New Haven, CT. It was in 1982 that Dr. Mosley was consecrated General Overseer and Bishop of the Original Pentecostal Churches, Inc. For twelve years he was the pastor of one church, Greater Bethlehem Healing Temple located in Newark, NJ. Prior to being pastor of Greater Bethlehem and upon stepping down from that office, Dr. Mosley continues extensively his itinerant ministry. During the time that Dr. Mosley was pastor of Greater Bethlehem, he 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. He has preached at various reformations, religious organizations, major religious denominations of all persuasions, Baptist, Catholic, Methodist, Apostolic, Presbyterian etc. 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 the Bread of Life Ministries, an evangelistic/itinerant ministry was incorporated in Lake City, SC., under Dr. Mosley’s guidance and leadership. Dr. Mosley continues to travel extensively throughout the United States proclaiming his prophetically anointed message of healing and restoration that transcends every cultural and denominational barrier. He is considered a “Pentecostal Diplomat”.

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