Apostle David Ned

Apostle David Ned

A postle David Ned was born to Albert & Arline Ned on April 15, 1951 in Opelousas, Lousiana. He is the youngest of twelve siblings, ten boys, and two girls.

After graduating from J.S. Clark High School, Apostle Ned attended Southern University in Baton Rouge, Lousiana, studying Mathematics and Computer Science.

He later relocated to Houston, Texas and was united in love and holy matrimony with Lady Jeana Ned. Apostle David and Lady Jeana Ned were blessed with one son, three daughters, and eight grandchildren.

In 1987, he accepted salvation, and was baptized in the Holy Ghost under the leadership of Bishop Rufus Kyles, Jr., of Evangelist Temple Church of God in Christ in Houston, Texas, where he also served as a deacon.

Being led by God, Apostle and Lady Ned successfully established a non-profit organization called God Holy Center of Restoration, the purpose of which was to unite the races and churches of Madisonville, Texas. This organization experienced much success, and ultimately surpassed its goals and objectives.

Apostle Ned was later lead to be united under the leadership of Bishop Gary Scott at Trinity Fellowship Church. He soon accepted his call to ministry and became a licensed minister in 1998.

In May of 2002, he was ordained as an Elder and a minister of the gospel. Prior to serving in full-time ministry, Apostle David Ned had a successful 30-year career in Corporate Sales in the electrical services industry.

In April, 2004, he accepted his call to Pastorship and became the Pastor and Founder of Recharge Christian Fellowship Church in Sugar Land, Texas. In August of 2010, Apostle Ned became a certified Christian counselor from the Christian Institute for Counselor Certification, Inc. (CIFCC) in Houston, Texas.

In October, 2010, he received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in Christian Education from the Christian Bible Institute and Seminary in Houston, Texas.

Apostle Ned enjoys spending time with family, playing golf and pool, bowling, conducting Biblical research, fishing, and fellowshipping with the People of God.