Tennessee North American Missions

"Planting churches in north america"

Clayton neal

TNAM Director // 

In 1979 at the age of 10, Clayton Neal was introduced to Home Missions in Santa Fe, NM.  He attended his first home missions service in the home of Home Missionary J. E. Shirley. The church later moved into the front portion of a diesel mechanic shop, where the seats had to be wiped down prior to every service, it was here on November 14, 1980, that he received the gift of the Holy Ghost, in that Home Missions Church. 

 

Pastor Phil DePriest, offered Clayton & Kimberly Neal the chance to launch the first daughter work out of The Pentecostals of Murfreesboro in September of 1995, which transitioned into Home Missions Status in January of 1997.  Woodbury’s Pentecostals has now been founded in the city of Woodbury for 20 years.

 

Clayton Neal served as the Tennessee North American Missions Secretary from 2010 to 2015, then as the Tennessee North American Missions Director since 2015.

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