Jan. 14, 2022

Our guest pastor Denise A. Slaughter shared some of her story regarding her past marriage that ended in divorce & that there is hope after divorce

Our guest pastor Denise A. Slaughter shared some of her story regarding her past marriage that ended in divorce & that there is hope after divorce
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Pastor Denise A Slaughter bio in her own words. "Pastor Denise A Slaughter is a native Delawarean who grew up in Slaughter Neck (aka – Lincoln) community. She attended local area public schools and is a graduate of Cape Henlopen High School. She went on to pursue an education at Del Tech Community College where she earned her Associates in Applied Science Degree in Human Services Technology and continued on to Wilmington University, where she earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Behavioral Science.


Pastor Slaughter started out as a young girl attending Wesley Chapel UME Church in Lincoln, DE. It was here that she agreed to attend a Seminary class, guided by her late grandmother, Daisey Daniels, and fell in love with preaching, teaching, and singing the Gospel. 


As Pastor Slaughter grew in the things of God, she joined Christ’s Church in Harbeson, DE where Rev. Martha Tankard is the Presiding Pastor.  Rev. Tankard saw the gift of God in her life and ordained her as an Evangelist and Pastor Slaughter also served as her Armor-Bearer. It was during this season that Pastor Slaughter began to be developed in the Prophetic calling on her life, and she served faithfully here for about ten (10) years. 


In addition to serving in various capacities of leadership throughout the years, Pastor Slaughter served under the direction and guidance of Pastor Edward C. Parker of Old Welcome Full Gospel Holiness Church, located in Ellendale, DE, where she served for many years as an Evangelist, Youth Sunday School Teacher, and Treasurer.  Pastor Slaughter then went on to serve under the tutelage of Apostle Ivory Hopkins (Founder/Overseer) and Bishop Leven Bailey (Pastor) of Pilgrim’s Ministry of Deliverance located in Georgetown, DE, where she served for ten (10) years as an Evangelist, Choir Director, Praise Team Leader, and Youth Sunday School Teacher. It was here that Pastor Slaughter was trained and gained extensive insight and walked in the Prophetic and Deliverance Ministries.


Following years of preparation, God released Pastor Slaughter to embark upon her own ministry.  She was ordained as Pastor of Kingdom Restoration Ministries, Inc on October 10, 2015, by her former Pastor, Bishop James G. Hazzard.  She has devoted her life to God in true worship and desires to be used to motivate, inspire, and restore the Body of Christ to serve God in Spirit and in truth, by up-building His Kingdom in the earth.  Pastor Slaughter can be heard preaching and teaching God’s Holy Word every 1st & 3rd Sunday on Face Book Live at 2:30 pm, every other Sunday at 11:30 am, and every Wednesday night, teaching Bible Study at from 7-8pm.


Pastor Slaughter has an anointing that allows her to minister to those who are in need of healing of the mind, body, and soul, and can often be heard saying, “Keep It 100”, because she believes, and knows firsthand, that only thru “Keeping It 100”, with God, ourselves, and others, can we receive the healing, guidance, deliverance, peace, and FREEDOM, that God has for us.  She is supported in her ministry by her husband, Elder Joseph L Slaughter, and is the mother of 3 children, and 11 grandchildren. Her ultimate desire is to see people fully embrace God’s love and to walk in victory and power while experiencing the fullness of God’s promises."