"To establish the believer in the present truth is my mandate and to that very intent, I wholeheartedly embark on my journey throughout the world. Being a wise master builder is not something I take lightly.  For this cause have I come and using every avenue granted matters. This I believe was His intent for separating me from my mother's womb."


Michael J. Battle, M.Div

The Lord’s Servant, Michael J. Battle is a man passionate about the Lord & His Christ. Commissioned at the age of 30, his endeavor is to fulfill his apostolic assignment by serving his generation well.  A kingdom spokesman, entrepreneur, songwriter, noted author and sought after speaker are just a few hallmarks to mention.


Reared at a young age in the church, his love for the Word of God are fashioned into the fiber of his passionate and didactic approach to the scriptures.


Noted for his studious approach to the Word of God, he was sanctioned as Dean of the School of Ministry at Berean Bible Institute, located in the heart of Jamaica, New York at the direction of the late Bishop Joseph N. Williams, Sr. of Christ Church International. In July 2015, he was conferred upon with Doctorate of Ministry, by Anointed by God Alliance and Seminary. He is the Founder and President of Michael J. Battle Ministries which serves as an apostolic and prophetic hub with a single-eyed vision to empower lives to impact the world, along with developing leaders that excel in power.


With an understanding of accountability in ministry, he is recognized and esteemed in sonship by Bishop Clarence E. McClendon, Los Angeles, CA and the late Bishop Joseph N. Williams, Sr., Jamaica, NY to whom he is submitted and honored by in affiliation, with relational care. His spiritual DNA is comprised of his affirmative relationship with Bishop Michael D. Densmore, the apostle.


He shares his grace with Elder Nicole M. Battle, along with his 4 beautiful children: Janae`, Jarrett, Janiha, and Jordan. He is also the delighted grandfather of a beautiful girl, Avery Azariah Nicole.

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