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Door of Hope welcomes Caldwell as associate pastor

Posted: March 23, 2012 3:10 p.m.
Updated: March 26, 2012 5:00 a.m.

The membership of Door of Hope Ministries in Camden welcomes Pastor Lomarie Caldwell as associate pastor to the church. Senior Pastor Gerald Brown stated, “Our leadership staff and congregation are excited to have Pastor Caldwell accept this position and look forward to many years under her leadership.”

Caldwell is a native and resident of Bethune. She was called by God into the ministry 18 years ago and has served full time since. She was ordained through the United Christian Faith Evangelistic Association following the completion of the Association’s Discipleship Study Program. Having served as pastor of the Father’s House Ministry under the covering of United Christian Faith Ministries, she continues to be a member in good standing of the United Christian Faith Ministries Evangelistic Association.

Caldwell demonstrated great pastoral skill in leadership while in the Bethune community, with a strong emphasis on prayer, the Bible, prophesy and the kingdom of heaven. She considers her ministry calling to be like that of John the Baptist: “The voice of one crying in the wilderness.”

Caldwell stated, “I believe that it is incumbent upon the church at this hour in human history to begin turning the hearts of the people to Christ, preparing the way of the Lord.

“I am excited at the opportunity to serve alongside Pastor Gerald Brown at Door of Hope Ministries to make ready the bride for the coming of the Bridegroom,” said Caldwell.

Her ministry experience includes preaching, teaching, evangelism, home Bible studies, cottage prayer meetings, drama productions and community outreach programs. She recently oversaw Door of Hope’s “Soup and Socks” outreach to the community in February and directed the church’s Christmas drama program.

Brown stated, “God has blessed our church with a strong sense of God’s presence, worship, a family atmosphere, and people of all ages and backgrounds. We are all about becoming the Hands and Feet of Jesus Christ to the world around us. Pastor Caldwell embraces that philosophy and will be a positive role model and will make a powerful impact in our ministry and community.”

Caldwell is the mother of four children: David, Carolyn, Caroline, and Melany. She is also the grandmother of six: Sylvia, Sequoia, Brandon, Mikaela, Malcolm, and Omar. Door of Hope Ministries is located at 984 Wateree Boulevard behind the American Legion in Camden.


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