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Kelvin Johnson Sr.

Senior Pastor

Pastor Kelvin L. Johnson Sr., a trendsetter for this generation, opened the doors of Faith to Favor International Ministries Inc. on July 02, 2017 in Philadelphia, PA. where he bountifully serves the city of Philadelphia with the motto of #SERVITUDE. His passion and motivation drive all people who he connects with to push beyond the norm and reach for greater.

Previously Pastor Kelvin faithfully served under the administration of The Assembly of God Riverside, Portuguese Ministry, where he pastored in a Brazilian congregation for 6 years that embraced the vision of an English service. Pastor Kelvin served as the only American Pastor under this administration. His vibrant and inspirational message impacts people of all ages, ethnic backgrounds, and all socioeconomic classes.

Continually moving under the spirit of excellence, Pastor Kelvin has been educated under the Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ WL Bonner College in Columbia, South Carolina, and New York City, New York, where he studied leadership, biblical and theological courses. His compassion and servitude not only for God, but to people reaches worldwide. Pastor Kelvin has served as a mentor/advocate through the Burlington County, NJ Youth Correctional Facility reaching misguided teens before they headed to jail, and continues to mentor and inspire the youth within the church and community. He has created and collaborated with others to establish numerous outreach services in the Camden, Trenton and Riverside communities.

During his global mission, Pastor Kelvin has traveled to many places including six tours to Brazil where he has preached the gospel to thousands and appeared on television and radio programs and two tours to Toronto, Canada. Married to wife, Celeste, for 20 years and through their marriage they have three children, Eliza, Kelvin Jr., and Alivia. Effectively breaking beyond the barriers and accepting his mission, Pastor Kelvin will continually trust and believe the Word of God that all things do work together for our good.