Bishop Benard N. Bragg, The Presiding Bishop of the Beth-El Churches of Christ Has Died Do To A Massive Heart Attack!

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Obnoxious Media regrets to inform you the passing of Bishop Benard N. Bragg, The Presiding Bishop of the Beth-El Churches of Christ founded by the late Bishop Robert Evans.  It seems he passed away as a result of a heart attack on his way to speak at the Joint College of Bishops that met in Cleveland, Ohio, to our understanding there was another bishop riding with him that is in the hospital recovering.  The Joint College has released an official statement that can be found on their website.  Additionally, Bishop Jesse Daleno Ellis was in  another car accident with another bishop and his car was posted posted on social media.  Not long ago he had another car wreck that was another close call.
Bernard N. Bragg is Senior Pastor of New Life Restoration Temple, in Boston, Massachusetts. He began his pastorate in 1991. He is a graduate of Coppin State College in Baltimore, Maryland where he received both his Bachelor of Science and Master’s Degree in Education.  He was united in holy matrimony to the former Beverly A. Williams on June 30, 1984. Before his decision for early retirement in October 2000, he worked in the Baltimore City Public School System as a teacher, then, department head and finally, as an administrator.
His spiritual metamorphosis began on December 23, 1973, at which time he began his years of spiritual training and growth. This was accomplished under the guidance of his pastor, spiritual father and mentor– Apostle Robert Evans, Jr., Establishmentarian of the Beth-El Churches of Christ.
Bishop Bragg was ordained in ministry on October 18, 1986. He served as the General Secretary and a member of the Executive Board for the Beth-El Churches. In 1999, he was consecrated and ordained to the office of Bishop during the 11th Holy Convocation of the Beth-El Churches and assigned as an Episcopal Diocesan. In 2001, following the passing of the Establishmentarian and First Apostle, Bishop Bragg was elected the new Presiding Prelate of the Beth-El Churches of Christ.
In addition to his duties in the Beth-El Churches, he has served on the board of directors of the Umoja House – a home for troubled youth. Presently, he serves on the board of directors for Healing Our Land Ministries – a ministry designed to facilitate the needs of HIV and AIDS victims and their families. He serves as spiritual covering for On Broken Pieces – a ministry birthed to touch the lives of hurting women. In addition, he serves as the Apostolic Constituent for Women Pastors Alliance (WPA) in West Palm Beach, Florida – a ministry designed to forward women pastors in the 21st Century. He also, serves as the Apostolic Constituent for Convening of the Evangelist – a unique gathering strengthening the relevance of five-fold ministry, with emphasis on the Evangelist.
Bishop Bragg has been featured in Who’s Who Among American Pastors. He is the recipient of two Honorary Doctorate Degrees.  He is also the CEO of the New Life Community Development Corporation and the Bernard N. Bragg Ministries.
Bishop Bragg is an anointed vessel of God, whose mission is to edify, educate, evangelize and economically empower the community of believers through kingdom principles.  He is an honorable man, dedicated to leading God’s people, God’s way.  He is motivated by seeing the people of God grow, prosper, and dwell in the spirit of unity.

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  1. He was not killed in car crash, he had a heart attack and died in his room at the hotel. According to my sources who know him.

    • James,

      Thanks so much. We have heard that as well and we have questions, but due to the sensitivity of the time we will not go into it at this time. Again we apologize that two events regarding the Joint College got mixed up as one in the same.

      Sir William

  2. Please remove this post as it is an OUTRIGHT LIE! This IS NOT how he died and to say otherwise is A DISHONOR TO HIS MEMORY! At some point you need to get your facts straight before reporting or suffer another lawsuit for LIBEL. I would ask that you take this down immediately and obtain the FACTS which can be obtain through the Cleveland Police Department!!!!!!

    • Dean,

      Mistakes happen, but do know I am not scared to meet you in court and will win just like I did before. Now we have apologized and made the correction. Sorry for your loss.

  3. That’s not true AT ALL!!!

    • Rick,

      Thanks so much we apologize. The source got two events as one. Bishop Ellis had a car accident and Bishop Bragg had a Massive Heart Attack. We apologize for the error and we have made a correction.

      Sir William

  4. Sir William, that is big of you and gracious to apologize. You just went up several rungs in my book!
    You didn’t even tell them off! Good for you! #ISEEGROWTH

  5. Rest up Bishop!

  6. Beth-EL????? That dimly lit green church thats always shouting with about 20 members?

  7. At the height of the sexual abuse scandals in 2002, U.S. Catholic bishops adopted a policy calling for the removal of any priest credibly accused of child molestation. Beforehand, George had argued repeatedly on national television that the “zero tolerance” policy was too stringent. McCormack was first picked up by police in August 2005, but not charged. The cardinal’s review board recommended that the priest be removed from ministry, the archdiocese said. But the cardinal refused. McCormack went on to abuse other children. He pleaded guilty last July and was sent to prison. Four months later, the cardinal was elected president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

  8. At the height of the sexual abuse scandals in 2002, U.S. Catholic bishops adopted a policy calling for the removal of any priest credibly accused of child molestation. Beforehand, George had argued repeatedly on national television that the “zero tolerance” policy was too stringent. McCormack was first picked up by police in August 2005, but not charged. The cardinal’s review board recommended that the priest be removed from ministry, the archdiocese said. But the cardinal refused. McCormack went on to abuse other children. He pleaded guilty last July and was sent to prison. Four months later, the cardinal was elected president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

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