Pastor Moses E. Eli

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Moses Emmanuel Eli was born to Haitian immigrants at Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Ministerial Theology and a minor in Biblical Languages from Oakwood College (now University). He also earned a Master of Divinity degree with an emphasis in New Testament from the Seventh-Day Adventist Theological Seminary at Andrews University.

He enjoys listening to good gospel music like Fred Hammond, TRIN-I-TEE 5:7 and J Moss. He also enjoys staying active and playing sports like basketball, football and bowling. He has a great passion for Drama Ministry and has been writing, directing and acting in plays since he was 10 years old. Christian drama has been a critical part of his entire life. Since childhood, he committed his life to utilizing drama ministry as a means to present the gospel in a relevant way to lost souls.

He is also passionate about the discipleship process as modeled by Jesus Christ, in which sinners are drawn to the Redeemer without condemnation. The Savior then pours out the Holy Spirit upon them, bringing Christ-like transformation in His perfect timing. 

Moses Eli has been an active member in various inter-faith clergy associations, aiding to bring about hope and justice in the townships of his parishes. He received a certificate in the art and science of grant writing from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and has also become a member of the Worldwide Federal Chaplain Association.

He was ordained to the Gospel of Ministry of Jesus Christ on July 3, 2009. Through it all, his aim in life is for him to be decreased so that our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, may be increased!