Founder, Pastor and Overseer

Senior Bishop Lois Edward Marshall was born to the Late Albert and Vennie Marshall in Medon, Tennessee. He was the youngest of twelve children.


He attended Phillip’s High School and later pursued his studies at the Dunbar Vocational School and Moody Bible Institute of Chicago. 


Bishop Marshall's father the Late Elder Albert Marshall instilled in him the true word of God. His father taught him to be a christian first and always. His father taught him to live what he preached and live by precept and example. He told him to walk worthy of the trust God has placed in him as a pastor. He has continued these practice all of his life.


Because of Bishop Marshall being true and faithful to God, God granted him the gift of healing. God has blessed him to pray for hundreds of people and God has healed and blessed them because of his prayers. Bishop Marshall prayed for people with cancer, heart disease, skin conditions and many other illnesses.

 

Bishop came to Gary Indiana in April 1953 and served as youth leader under the leadership of the late Honorable Bishop C. E. Bennett.


Bishop Marshall came from a lineage of preachers, his grandfather Jack Marshall, his father Albert Marshall, his brothers’ Namon, Lenzie and Herman were all preachers.

In October 1959, God inspired him to open up a new mission in a storefront. Later, God inspired him to purchase a church building on 430 Durbin Street in Gary, IN. In May 2001, he was elevated to the office of Bishop. 


Bishop Marshall believes that God is the answer to all of your problems, if you can believe. He believes that God is calling for Holy men and women of God that is preaching and teaching the true word of God and is walking worthy of the vocation, which God has placed them. He believes that the anointed men and women of God have the responsibility to lead the people in God's righteous direction.

 

YOU MAY CONTACT THE BISHOP

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Preaching the Word of God

" Preach the word; be instant in season, out of season: reprove, rebuke, exhort with all long-suffering and doctrine." 

2 Timothy 4:2

Healing and Deliverance

Our pastor believes in the power of prayer.


" Is any sick among you? let him call for the elders of the church; and let them pray over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord:" James 5:14