Darrell Hines

In 1981, Bishop Darrell L. Hines was struck by lightning while working for Republic Airlines. His heart stopped beating for forty-five minutes and doctors concluded he would be a “living vegetable” or he would not survive, but God had another plan. After overcoming amnesia, he made a commitment to God. Since then, he has been telling a dying world about a living Christ while winning scores of souls. Bishop Hines pastors Christian Faith Fellowship Church of God in Christ (CFFC), one of the largest African American churches in Wisconsin, with his wife, Pamela. CFFC was founded with a four-point plan called CORE—Community, Outreach, Resource, and Education—and a purpose to proclaim the Word of God, uplift the family, and provide ministry to the total man. Darrell Hines Ministries is a global evangelistic ministry that has been instrumental in... Read More

In 1981, Bishop Darrell L. Hines was struck by lightning while working for Republic Airlines. His heart stopped beating for forty-five minutes and doctors concluded he would be a “living vegetable” or he would not survive, but God had another plan. After overcoming amnesia, he made a commitment to God. Since then, he has been telling a dying world about a living Christ while winning scores of souls. Bishop Hines pastors Christian Faith Fellowship Church of God in Christ (CFFC), one of the largest African American churches in Wisconsin, with his wife, Pamela. CFFC was founded with a four-point plan called CORE—Community, Outreach, Resource, and Education—and a purpose to proclaim the Word of God, uplift the family, and provide ministry to the total man. Darrell Hines Ministries is a global evangelistic ministry that has been instrumental in affecting people of various ethnic, social, and economic affiliations. His evangelistic journey encompasses travel throughout the U.S., and around the world. Bishop Hines is the Jurisdictional Bishop of the Illinois Midwest Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction (COGIC). Bishop Hines is widely recognized for his cutting-edge preaching, and message of salvation and hope.

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