“We Are Blessed”: A Wednesday Word from God

Take a moment to meditate on the word; and know that you are blessed….

Psalm 1 & Psalm 91:1

Psalm 1

King James Version (KJV)

1 Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.

But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night.

And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doeth shall prosper.

The ungodly are not so: but are like the chaff which the wind driveth away.

Therefore the ungodly shall not stand in the judgment, nor sinners in the congregation of the righteous.

For the Lord knoweth the way of the righteous: but the way of the ungodly shall perish.


Psalm 91:1

King James Version (KJV)

91 He that dwelleth in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.














References: http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Psalm%2091:1&version=KJV


NCLDC Annual Pastor’s Appreciation Month 2013



bishop by car
SEPTEMBER 3-6, 2013
OCTOBER 4, 2013


“And he said unto them, Hinder me not, seeing the LORD hath prospered my way; send me away that I may go to my master.”
Genesis 24:56
Showing appreciation and giving gratitude as we honor our Bishop,
A man after God’s heart

Bishop Bobby Wellons, chosen and called of God has faithfully walked in obedience to God’s divine purpose and plan for his life. As his commitment to serving God deepened, with his willingness to serve in faithfulness, he has proven to be a true visionary and God has given him a purpose for us here on earth. God has placed Bishop Wellons in a full-time ministry who prolifically teaches, preaches and studies over the Word of God. Bishop Bobby Wellons is an example of one who has stepped out on faith, who truly puts his trust in God. I Timothy 1:12 says “And I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who hath enable me, for that he counted me faithful, putting me into the ministry.” This scripture is truly a direct reflection of Bishop Wellons.

The Word of God also states that “we shall be known by our fruits.” Under God’s guidance, Bishop’s leadership has transformed the membership of New Changing Life Deliverance Church tremendously. His life serves as an example to the Body of Christ in consistency and accountability to God so much until his parishioners follow Him regardless of their personal costs. He remains faithful and obedient to God by teaching his congregation their rightful position as children of God. He shows them their inheritance through Jesus (Blood) as well as the power and authority they have over the adversary. Bishop Wellons constantly emphasizes to the church that we are all called and chosen of God, with a divine purpose and plan for our lives that includes reaching out to the lost and dying world.

Bishop Bobby Wellons,
We love you – keep up the good work!

And I sent messengers unto them, saying, I am doing a great work, so that I cannot come down: why should the work cease, whilst I leave it, and come.

Nehemiah 6:3


Bishop Bobby Wellons was born on February 22nd to the late Ellen Wellons in Cordell, Georgia. As the fifth child of six children, he was already anointed while still in his mother’s womb. Although poor and raised in a single parent home, he was brought up in church and learned to reverence God. Bobby eventually met and married Ms. Thelma Jean Henry. They relocated to Miami, Florida, and from this union six children were born: Anita, Bobby Jr., Tammy, Rodney, Tracy and Selina.
Although Bobby knew the Lord, he started pimping and hustling to support his family. But the Lord answered the prayers of his wife and mother as he accepted the Lord back into his life on April 19, 1971. He was a faithful member of First Faith Cathedral until the Lord gave him a greater calling. He started on the streets of Coconut Grove as an evangelist, preaching the Word of God, praying and healing. He opened his first church in the Grove as the Pastor of Last Day Deliverance. His ministry grew and he eventually became Pastor of Faith and Deliverance in Liberty City in 1981. God continued to use his life, and the church moved twice into larger sanctuaries during this time. The Lord also gave Pastor a new vision, and the church name was changed to New Changing Life Deliverance Church in 1988.
As Pastor of New Changing Life in the 1990’s, Bobby went through several trials, but always gave God the glory. He told the church he was going to fall, but that he would be back. He lost his church, became homeless, and his family was separated. His mother and oldest daughter went home to be with the Lord. He even used alcohol, weed and crack on the streets of Opa Locka. But the Lord picked him up and gave him a powerful anointing filled with the Holy Spirit. He started preaching again in homes, motels, and in churches on nights they did not have service. The Lord saw his faithfulness, and in November 2004, New Changing Life was blessed with a sanctuary to call its own.
With a new testimony and a new vision, more souls were brought to the Lord. However, for years Bobby had quietly denied the Lord’s will for him to be elevated to a higher position. Finally one night in a vision God sent him a message – become a Bishop or come home. Then on February 14, 2006, Bobby was working for the Lord when he had a car accident. It was a hit and run, and he was left with a broken neck in two places. He was so seriously injured the doctors sent him to the trauma unit at Jackson Memorial Hospital to die. He was told even if he lived he would be paralyzed. God not only spared his life – he was healed from his neck injury in 80 days: walking, talking and praising God even more. Bobby accepted his new calling, and his vision continues to help souls from hell to holiness. We ask for continual prayers for Bishop and New Changing Life Ministries – it ain’t over yet!

Nights of Appreciation
September 3-6, 2013
October 4, 2013

Tuesday Night Service 7 p.m. September 3, 2013
Captain: Sis. Sharon Talley
Guest Minister: Bishop John & Vivian Irving
Gospel Tabernacle of Faith Deliverance Church

Wednesday Night Service 7 p.m. September 4, 2013
Captain: Sis. Shari Bryant
The Body of New Changing Life

Thursday Night Service 7 p.m. September 5, 2013
Captains: Pastor Lambert Ivory
Pastor Pierre Talley
The Body of New Changing Life

Friday Night Service 7 p.m. September 6, 2013
Captains: Sis. Lavonne Cooper
Sis. Evelyn Terlonge
Guest Minister: Pastor Bobby Ivory & Linda Ivory
I Am That I Am Faith International Church

Friday Night Service 7 p.m. October 4, 2013
Guest Minister: Pastor Joy E. L. Jackson
Christian Fellowship Worship Center

God made pastors. God gave them tender hearts, to hold the hurts of others. He gave them gentle hands, to reach out with compassion and love. God gave them eyes to see the beauty and worth of a single soul. He gave them feet to move swiftly, to pursue justice, restoration, and peace. God laid His hand upon them and breathed hope into their spirits. He filled them with His strength, and placed a message of urgency around their lives. God challenged them to greater works than He had ever done. Then, with His own hand of blessing, He wrapped them up in His mantle of love … and called them Pastors.

Each one should use whatever gift he has received to serve others, faithfully administering God’s grace.
1 Peter 4:10 NIV


We thank God for using our Bishop, Pastor, and Evangelist Bobby Wellons. The Lord took him from pimping and hustling to preaching and healing. Through his life souls have been saved, people have been delivered, and lives have been changed. Although God was using our Pastor’s life mightily during this time, the Lord had an even greater work for him to do. The man of God went through a trial, and he fell. He lost his church. He became homeless. He used crack. But the Lord picked him up and gave him a powerful anointing and teaching filled with the Holy Spirit. He is a living witness today that with God’s help he made it from crack back to Christ. His new testimony brought even more souls to the Lord. He was blessed with a new ministry and a new vision for God’s people, but he was still a Pastor. He denied the Lord’s plan for a higher calling, and in a vision God sent him a message – become a Bishop or come home. Suddenly, early one morning while working for the Lord, Pastor had a car accident. It was a hit and run, and he was left with a broken neck. But God spared his life and showed him that although he was the best Pastor, through God he would be an even better Bishop. The Man of God accepted his new calling, and is now elevated to the office of Bishop. Bishop Wellons has a vision to help souls, to help those no one else cares to help. He wants you, the city of Miami, and even world to know the Lord loves them, no matter what they’ve done. All the sins and mistakes you’ve made make you eligible for forgiveness. If you want to live a holy life, if you want to serve God with your whole heart, believe in God and He will never leave you or forsake you. We must choose this day who we will serve, for our Bishop is preaching the last day ministry – it’s holiness or hell.

On behalf of
Bishop Bobby Wellons and
New Changing Life Deliverance Church:

With all our heart we thank you for your presence at our Bishop’s Appreciation.
We enjoyed your fellowship and prayers.
We thank you for all your heartfelt contributions, and your works will not be forgotten.
May the Divine Favor of God and His Divine Wisdom grace your lives forever.

MUCH LOVE: To Whom Much is given; Much is required

Hello faithful followers,

I just wanted to take time out to let you know that “it’s okay”.

It– The jobs, duties, requirements, obligations that we must complete and fulfill according to our calling in Christ Jesus

There are so many things on our “To Do” lists these days. Whether you are a mom, dad, friend, faithful servant of God, educator, or spouse; you are always trying to juggle the many tasks God has placed before you. It gets rough when you feel as though there aren’t enough hours in the day. However, there is no need to complain because just like God gave you all of those blessed titles, positions, and responsibilities, he will give you the strength to complete each and every task that they come with.

The Bible says, according to Luke 12:48(KJV), “But he that knew not, and did commit things worthy of stripes, shall be beaten with few stripes. For unto whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required: and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more.”

The above scripture is letting us know that we can do all things through Christ which strengthened us. We have MUCH to give from what God has given us. The reason God supplies some of us with an abundance is because HE trust that we will supply the need to others from the abundance that HE has bestowed upon us. When you get to a place where you feel as though so many people are asking of you, the demands on your life and talents are increasing; begin to thank God that you have something to give. You have the need to supply the demand.

God has given you MUCH to meet the need. Think of the position that you hold on your job. Are your employers asking a lot from you? Did you ever think that the reason they expect so much of you is because they believe you have what it takes for the company’s success? What about at church? Is your Pastor asking you to come up higher, give more, pray more, win more souls? Did you ever think that the God in your Pastor knows your abilities, capabilities, and the gifts that HE has placed on the inside of you to be a blessing to your church? God knows what HE has given you; and its not always the employer or Pastor asking, but its GOD asking.

Meditate on this throughout your week, and believe me, God will begin to open your eyes(spiritually) to where you need to be….

MUCH Love and GOD Bless