Pastor Clint Brown will be joining us on May 19th, 2013 in our 9&11a.m. services.
Clint Brown can best be described as a modern day David who is synonymous with praise and worship as well as gospel music around the world. Pastor Brown has written over 300 songs, some translated into 5 different languages. Much of his work has been recorded by other artists such as Ron Kenoly, Vicki Winans, Beverly Crawford and Bishop Paul S. Morton to name a few. Clint Brown got his start as a youth pastor at a small church in Eunice, Louisiana. As a young man, Clint Brown was hired by Pastor Rod Parsley as music director to lead praise and worship at World Harvest Church in Columbus Ohio. After 6 years with Pastor Rod Parsley, Pastor Clint Brown moved to Orlando in 1992 and started Faithworld Church following God's plan for him to pastor. Since that time Pastor Brown has seen his congregation grow to over 6,000 members, as well as covering many pastors and churches throughout America. Faithworld is a multi-racial church with over 30 different nationalities represented in it's membership and remains on the cutting edge of praise and worship services.
Clint Brown has composed 16 albums, been nominated for 3 dove awards, was a featured artist on the album "Songs For A Purpose Driven Life" and featured on "101 Greatest Worship Songs". Some of his prior hits include "Say The Name", "I Wanna Be More Like You", "You Are", "Zion" and "Lord I Live". Clint Brown has never left his roots of being a minstrel for God. He continues to write songs and perform musically. His newest album "Fall Like Rain" will release in 2008. Throughout this project is the trademark praise and worship of Pastor Clint Brown and the Faithworld choir and band. Brown oversees a major music conference each year: Judah Music Conference, which reaches people worldwide and teaches keys to leadership and ministry while hosting over 500 churches. Pastor Brown is an anointed preacher and motivational speaker. His message is clear: "Praise brings change to every situation in your life, and worship is a relationship with the Life Giver".