Pastor Olden Reese
Senior Pastor Olden Reese is an ordained Senior Pastor for Next Level Faith Center, Inc. in Miami, Florida under the presiding Chief Apostle Lashon Reese of Global Apostolic Movement, Inc. In 1992 under the leadership of Bishop Harris, he was an ordained and licensed minister for United Pentecostal Church hosting revivals, television broadcasts and spearheading street evangelism. Later, he joined M.E.C. Ministries under the leadership of his spiritual parents, Apostle Johnny Kemp and Pastor Patty Kemp where he received leadership training. He also was a member of the praise team and choir. Ministry began for Senior Pastor Reese at the early age of 7 traveling with his father Evangelist Olden Reese, Sr. (known for playing his guitar). He played the drums for his father and participated in street service. His mother Mary Reese was always supportive of his ministry work, school activities and career. He was the captain for both football and wrestling teams and was the “1st State Wrestling Champion” in Miami Beach Senior High School’s history. He later became a professional wrestler (stage name “Black Stallion”) for the Professional Global Championship Organization. He retired from the Dade County School Board in 2004. Senior Pastor Reese is an active advocate for justice and community services, which led him to serve 2 terms as the President for the P.U.L.S.E. (People United to Lead the Struggle for Equality) Organization. He is a current member of organizations such as S.C.L.C (Southern Christian Leadership Conference), A.A.C.C.C. (African American Council of Christian Clergy), Christian Family Coalition and Community-Police Relations Foundation (CPR). He is a Chaplain for the City of Miami Police Department and for many years taught inmates at Metro West Detention Center. He has recently incorporated Men of Impact Development Center, Inc. helping citizens readjust to life after prison or while on probation. He loves community work and service; feeding the homeless and helping when needed.