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PASTOR DON CLARK

Pastor Don is a native of Chicago, IL. He is a graduate of Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and received his Masters in Theology from McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL. Pastor Don was ordained an Elder within the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc. by this father in the gospel, Bishop Arthur M. brazier of the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago, IL. Pastor Don Clark served his pastor and church as a full time staff minister while simultaneously striving to stay focused on the mandate that the Lord had placed upon his life to preach the Word of God without compromise. Pastor Don has exercised his vocation in preaching and teaching the Gospel in various denominations, whereby many souls have been blessed. He is featured on several Gospel music recordings giving words of exhortation where he ushers you into God's presence. Pastor Don is the host of the "Seekers of His Heart" Praise & Worship Conference held annually in February, where many leave transformed from having an encounter with the King!

Pastor Don is the pastor of a new church plant, The Eagles Nest Worship Center in the South Suburbs of Chicago. It is a user friendly church welcoming all people. Pastor Don is married to the lovely Lady Tiffany, who is his partner in ministry. They have been blessed with three gifts from God, their daughters, Tristen, Sydnie and Taylor. The mantel he walks under exemplifies the anointing and diversity of gifts in his life.

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