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I envision God changing the lives of his people in a real and everlasting way that leads them into the knowledge and revelation of who they are in Christ Jesus. And, as a result, establish a personal relationship with Him.
I envision the church, going “beyond the walls” to Reach and Teach All Nations (people), about the Kingdom of God, and the things of God, and to live a life fit for the Kingdom, so that the things of His Kingdom will be revealed to us through faith, from day to day and lead us into eternity.
For those that seek him, you shall find him. “And ye shall seek me and find me when ye shall search for me with all your heart” Jeremiah 29:13 (KJV).
Our mission is to share in the responsibility and privilege of proclaiming the gospel of our Lord and Savior. Our daily goal is to reach the least, the last, and the lost….. And to provide help while giving hope and make disciples of ALL His people!
Faith Nation church is a “Beyond the walls” type ministry. We provide outreach while still serving ALL of God’s people from within. We believe there is much more needed in ministry to meet the needs of people, and we do that by meeting them at the point of their need.
To establish and maintain a place of worship, for the purpose of allowing God to have his way in the lives of his people. To foster an environment and atmosphere that allows God to lay the foundation for Kingdom building in this church family and that it will also change the communities in which we live!
Matthew 28;19-20 (KJV)
19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost.
20 Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. Amen.
“Our story should include Jesus’ story. We cannot have a story without Him, because His story is all about us”
Pastor Tyrone Anthony Bio
Tyrone K. Anthony is a native of Fayetteville, NC. He is married to a loving and devoted wife, Sonya M. Anthony, and the proud parent of three children, Lowan, Chelsea and Makiya. He is the son of Harry Anthony of Fayetteville, NC and the youngest brother to Phil Anthony of Texas, and Terri Anthony of Raleigh, NC.
Tyrone is also proud to have served the nation in the United States Army where he retired as (E8/First Sergeant), on February 2005, from Fort Bragg, North Carolina.
Tyrone accepted his call into ministry in August 1997, while assigned in Korea. In his early years of ministry, he served as a licensed local preacher and Conference Evangelist in the AME Zion Church from 1998-2002.
While assigned in Iraq as a contractor and then as a Department of the Army Civilian, he served the military units and other organizations in ministry as a preacher and teacher from 2005-2007, and then returned to Iraq and continued in ministry again from 2010-2012. Tyrone was ordained (Reverend) in 2011.
Tyrone Anthony is founder and Pastor of Faith Nation – Kingdom of God Ministries, which is a 501(C)3 charitable and religious not-for-profit, non-denominational church.
Pastor Anthony is a graduate of Seventy-First High School, in Fayetteville, NC (1980). His undergraduate degree (BA) is from American Military University where he majored in Transportation and Logistics management, he also obtained an AAS, in Transportation management from Harold Washington College.
He is currently enrolled as a student with Anderson Theological Seminary’s Master of Art- Divinity program, for pastoral care, leadership, and counseling.
Pastor Anthony is a Licensed (LCCH) and certified American Community Chaplain under The Pneuma Center. The Director and President of The Pneuma(Spirit) Center is, Dr. K Llewellyn McGhee, D.Min CH LTC USA RET. The Pneuma Center provides spiritual care and chaplain services over the continuum of care for ALL people, but especially for Military Members, Veterans, First Responders, and their Families.
From the pastor:
I’m looking forward to the continued labor in the vineyard by serving God and all of his people!
Matthew 9:37, “Then saith he unto his disciples, the harvest truly is plenteous, but the laborers are few”