“Reverend Left Over”-Rev.Tellis Chapman



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Pastors in Detroit, Michigan @ Galilee Missionary Baptist Church

The Reverend Tellis Jerome Chapman is a very dynamic individual and one of the more charismatic leaders and devoted Baptist Ministers in the Greater Metropolitan Detroit area.

Reverend Chapman is the Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan. He was born in Newton, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Jackson State University, Jackson Mississippi, and has received Honorary Doctoral degrees from Natchez College, Natchez, Mississippi and Dallas Baptist College, Dallas, Texas.

Reverend Chapman has been a pastor at several churches prior to his tenure as the present Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church. He served as Pastor at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Jachin, Alabama and Little Hope Baptist Church, Toomsuba, Mississippi.

Reverend Chapman has been called many times to serve in a leadership capacity among his ministerial peers and Christian associations. He has served in a leadership capacity with the Michigan District Baptist Association and Congress. Respected for his knowledge, he is well versed in parliamentary procedure and serves as Parliamentarian for the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State.

Reverend Chapman has been involved in Detroit’s growth as it relates to mass transit. He was a board member of the City of Detroit Department of Transportation Commission. For two years he had served as the First Vice President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State. Currently he serves as President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational State Convention of Michigan.

In 2007, Pastor Chapman was honored by the Detroit Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as Pastor of the Year.

Dr. Chapman is also a board member of the National Baptist Convention USA, Incorporated.

Chapman Community Involvement in Indianapolis, IN Area



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It’s really easy to get comfortable and not realize that some of the little, bitty things that you take for granted might be a struggle for somebody on top of other struggles.

In that particular case, she’d been heating water on the stove for several months.

It had been taught to me that you need to be a good corporate citizen. The fact that we’re in a position that we can give back, I think that’s important.

Luckily, we were Bryant Dealer of the Year and Bryant, the factory, is here, so we were honored that they asked us to participate.

They’re going to donate a furnace to a woman that is in the Indiana National Guard. Her title is that she’s a Family Assistance Officer for all of the armed services for about nine counties here.

They had bought a repo home like two years ago, which means it needed work to start with, but then her husband was immediately called up to active service. He’s getting ready to do his second tour in Kuwait and it was my understanding she was without heat for about three weeks this last winter.

There’s a church just down the street here and they asked us to be a drop-off point for the food pantry, and then that has caused a lot of employees to go ahead and contribute to that.

We’re a bunch of dog lovers and we’re really strong with the Humane Society in Hamilton County. It’s probably the largest no-kill shelters in the United States, one of the largest.

So, we have a lot of fun with that and there’s two or three events that the employees really get into. That’s even better because not only are we giving back but we get to socialize instead of just work.

Another big one is the Progress House, which is transitional housing for men with addiction to get them back into the workforce. I don’t think there’s a family that hasn’t been touched by addiction. There again, it goes back to making the community stronger and that’s a good cause that we enjoy.

Steven Curtis Chapman & Ricky Skaggs “What A Friend We Have In Jesus” | Opry



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Pastor Tellis Chapman ‘Some Reasons You Can’t Quit’ at Dr. Frank E. Ray Church



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Fiery Baptist Preacher from Detroit, Michigan

The Reverend Tellis Jerome Chapman is a very dynamic individual and one of the more charismatic leaders and devoted Baptist Ministers in the Greater Metropolitan Detroit area.

Reverend Chapman is the Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan. He was born in Newton, Mississippi. He is a graduate of Jackson State University, Jackson Mississippi, and has received Honorary Doctoral degrees from Natchez College, Natchez, Mississippi and Dallas Baptist College, Dallas, Texas.

Reverend Chapman has been a pastor at several churches prior to his tenure as the present Pastor of Galilee Missionary Baptist Church. He served as Pastor at Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Jachin, Alabama and Little Hope Baptist Church, Toomsuba, Mississippi.

Reverend Chapman has been called many times to serve in a leadership capacity among his ministerial peers and Christian associations. He has served in a leadership capacity with the Michigan District Baptist Association and Congress. Respected for his knowledge, he is well versed in parliamentary procedure and serves as Parliamentarian for the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State.

Reverend Chapman has been involved in Detroit’s growth as it relates to mass transit. He was a board member of the City of Detroit Department of Transportation Commission. For two years he had served as the First Vice President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational Convention of the State. Currently he serves as President of the Baptist Missionary and Educational State Convention of Michigan.

In 2007, Pastor Chapman was honored by the Detroit Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference as Pastor of the Year.
Dr. Chapman is also a board member of the National Baptist Convention USA, Incorporated

Steven Curtis Chapman- “Glorious Unfolding”/ “Take Another Step” ,LIVE @ The Glorious Unfolding Tour



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LIVE @ Sagebrush Community Church ,Albuquerque. New Mexico
THE GLORIOUS UNFOLDING TOUR……..With Steven Curtis Chapman ,Laura Story and Jason Gray.