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SPOTLIGHT ON BISHOP JAMES DIXON, II

3 September 2016 Community Local


James Wallace Edwin Dixon, II is the servant leader of The Community Of Faith Church, based in Houston, Texas. At age 15 he preached his first message in the church where he grew up under his grandfather’s pastoral leadership. Only 2 months out of high school, he was called into the pastorate at age 18.

Bishop Dixon’s prolific preaching and visionary leadership has resulted in the noted numerical and spiritual growth of his congregation. Growing from 150 to 5,000 members, the church offers myriad ministries for children, youth and adults that Empowers people to become a visible manifestation of the power of God, in the presence of people, for God’s glory!  Despite the growth, his compassionate heart and touch is unmistakable.

Bishop D is uniquely anointed and gifted. His accurate explanation of scripture combined with relevant application makes him informative and inspirational. Not only are his members eager to hear him, but pastors across the nation seeks him for preaching, teaching and mentoring. The world has access to his messages via the internet, his published works and other resources. Bishop D is also a Motivational Speaker and Seminar Trainer.

Through Bishop D’s vision, a 55-acre development called the Dominion Kingdomplex testifies of his faith and leadership. His commitment to empower people in multiple life dimensions is evidenced through the ministries comprehensive projects and operations.

Leadership versatility describes James Dixon. Beyond The COF, he serves on local and international boards. Board trusteeship has included the Metropolitan Transit Authority, United Way, NAACP and Samaritan’s Feet.

Bishop D studied at Houston Baptist University, Texas Southern University and received a Bachelor’s Degree from Oikodome School of Biblical Studies. He has also studied at Houston Graduate School of Theology.

Bishop D declares, “I’m a servant. Not celebrity!”  He models the humility of the great Apostle’s words,
“Therefore, since we have this ministry because of God’s mercy, we do not quit, for we don’t preach ourselves but Jesus as Lord and ourselves as your servants for Jesus’ sake.  But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, so that the surpassing power will be of God and not from us.” (2 Corinthians 4)


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