Bishop Darrell Hines
Bishop Darrell L. Hines is a man of vision and prayer. His primary mission is to proclaim the uncompromising Word of God. He has been committed to winning scores of souls to Christ, and has been affecting people of various ethnic, religious, and economic affiliations around the world. In 1989, Bishop Hines, along with his wife, Pamela, founded Christian Faith Fellowship Church of God in Christ (CFFC), a mega congregation and one of the largest African American churches within the state of Wisconsin.
Bishop Hines serves as a Jurisdiction Bishop within the Church of God in Christ (COGIC), by the appointment of Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake Sr. Bishop Hines is widely recognized for his cutting-edge preaching which is heard through radio, television, Internet, and publications.
His notoriety as a singer spiraled during his musical debut, Darrell Hines Live, which was nominated for a 2011 Stellar Award.