The Pastor

Pastor%20FormalElder M. Nathaniel Anderson was born and raised in West Baltimore to the parents of Charles and Ella Mae Anderson. He received his formal education at Baltimore City College. He has completed his studies at Coppin State College majoring in Psychology and minoring in Management Science. Elder Anderson has earned a Bachelor’s degree in Theology and a Master’s Degree in Religious Education, both from Eastern Theological Seminary. Elder Anderson began his ministry as an evangelist at the Holy Temple Deliverance Church where he served for ten years under the leadership of the late Pastor Julia Williams. He was licensed as a minister in 1994 at New Shiloh Baptist Church and later ordained in January, 2001, under the pastoralship of Dr. Harold A. Carter, Sr.

On October 6, 2002, God led Elder Anderson to organize and pastor Power of Christ Full Gospel Ministries, after touching so many lives through his evangelistic work. The first Sunday worship service was held at the Mary E. Rodman Recreation Center. After three years and three months of worshiping at the Mary E. Rodman Recreation Center, Power of Christ Ministries moved to its present location in April, 2006 at 2518 Frederick Avenue.

Pastor statement

M. Nathaniel Anderson, is the Pastor-Teacher at the Power of Christ Full Gospel Ministries of Baltimore, Maryland, where he has served since the fall of 2002. He is primarily responsible for preaching – teaching, vision casting, and leadership development along with all the other tasks that are apart of the pastoral ministry.

In 2003, ordained Interdenominational Fellowship (PCIF) under the leadership of Bishop Heber M. Brown, Jr., Presiding Prelate. Through his faithfulness to God and to the PCIF fellowship, Bishop Brown and the Executive Board were led to elevate Pastor Anderson to the office of District Overseer for Baltimore City and Baltimore County in 2007. In 2011, Power of Christ Ministries was led to change their fellowship to Abundant Harvest Ministries under the leadership of Bishop David G. Evans.