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Bishop Frank L. Stewart

Meet Our Bishop

Zoe Christian Fellowship of Los Angeles, California, is a community church that runs under the guidance of Bishop Frank L. Stewart. A highly respected pastor, Bishop Stewart was ordained in 1967 under his uncle, Bishop E. B. Stewart, the bishop of the first jurisdiction of the Churches of God in Christ, located in Northern California.

Serving as Assistant Pastor

Bishop Stewart also served as assistant pastor for six months at Mount Olive Churches of God in Christ after the death of his uncle. He started full-time ministry in January 1976, working for 5 1/2 years as the assistant pastor to Dr. Frederick K.C. Price at the Crenshaw Christian Center.

Serving as Full-Time Evangelist

The next phase of his ministry consisted of three years as a full-time evangelist, traveling throughout many parts of the United States and the world. He has conducted leadership seminars among church leaders in Sweden, Philippines, China, Japan, Israel, and parts of Africa.

Paving the Way for the Birth of Different Ministries

Bishop Stewart has been instrumental in the birth of many ministries. He is the president and founder of The Association of ZOE Christian Fellowship Ministries International, a primary vehicle for planting churches. The association currently consists of 22 independent ZOE churches under its jurisdiction.

Living His Purpose

"Purpose" is the one word that best describes the mission of the Association of ZOE Christian Fellowship Ministries International. The group aims to help believers make the most out of their lives and the lives of others, becoming dedicated Christians through the fulfillment of their God-given purpose.

Establishing a Legacy

Bishop Stewart established ZOE Christian Leadership Training Institute, a personal management and leadership training school for adults similar to a Dale Carnegie School, but with a Christian emphasis. It has been successfully operating for more than 20 years now. In 2005, he established the Zoe Christian Fellowship Endowment Foundation, and later, the National Pastor's Endowment Foundation. These institutions have been created to provide an investment vehicle to benefit pastors, churches, and the communities they serve.

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