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Ulmer to Co-Chair Empowered21 USA Cabinet
By Sentinel News Service
Published March 7, 2018

    Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer (Courtesy Photo)

Empowered21, a global organization that resources the worldwide Spirit-empowered movement, announced that Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer, pastor of Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood, will be among the next iteration of leaders of the E21 USA Cabinet.

According to Assemblies of God Assistant General Superintendent Alton Garrison and Seacoast Church Founding Pastor Greg Surratt, current co-chairs, Ulmer and The Oaks Fellowship Pastor Scott Wilson will assume the roles as co-chairs of the USA region of Empowered21beginning March 1, 2018.

“In my entire ministry life, I’ve always been passionate about seeing the Holy Spirit move in every person on earth, especially when it comes to reaching and mentoring this next generation of Spirit-empowered believers,” said Ulmer. “This is such a wonderful opportunity to help guide, develop, and deepen the vision of Empowered21 as we seek to hear and follow the Holy Spirit.”


A prolific author, gifted communicator, and accomplished theologian, Ulmer has a ministry sphere of influence that literally spans the globe and challenges the Body of Christ to victorious living through the power and presence of a living God.

For his part, Wilson is enthralled. “Empowered21 plays such an important role in bringing together the Spirit-empowered community worldwide,” he said, “so being asked to be part of it at this level is a dream come true. I can’t wait to begin contributing to this audacious goal as a leader.

In Wilson’s book, “Clear the Stage: Making room for God,” he recounts how God unexpectedly spoke to his heart one Sunday to set aside personal and service agendas to make room for the Holy Spirit.  The supernatural power of the Holy Spirit transformed lives that Sunday morning and The Oaks Church was revived, and experienced tremendous spiritual growth and increased ministry reach.

“Empowered21 has been experiencing tremendous spurts of growth and collaboration around the world,” said Surratt, who will remain on the USA Cabinet. It’s a movement of global proportions that continues to focus on raising up the next generation of Spirit-empowered leadership. This is the perfect time for us to welcome additional Kingdom influencers to the USA Cabinet.”

“This is exciting,” said Garrison, who will also stay on and lend his support to the USA Cabinet. “The passion and fervor that Ulmer and Wilson bring to their roles is contagious. I am confident that God has raised them up for such a time as this and that the USA Cabinet is in good hands.”

“I look forward to introducing Pastor Wilson and Bishop Ulmer as E21 USA Co-Chairs at the Empowered21 Africa Congress during the week of Pentecost 2018,” said Dr. Billy Wilson, E21 Global Council Co-Chair and President of Oral Roberts University.


“Both have already made a multi-continent impact through their participation with E21, and I am confident that their leadership for the United States region will be instrumental in seeing the needed fresh outpouring of God’s spirit upon new generations.”

Empowered21, a Kingdom initiative served by Oral Roberts University, aims to help shape the future of the global Spirit‐empowered movement throughout the world by focusing on crucial issues facing the movement and connecting generations for intergenerational blessing and impartation. Their vision is that every person on Earth would have an authentic encounter with Jesus Christ through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit by Pentecost 2033.

To learn more, visit empowered21.com.


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