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Dallas, TX – The bridges to God are there, we just have to cross them. For over 15 years, Global Glory Ministries has enriched the lives of believers and non-believers alike through their passionate worship services.

“Our core belief is that God still performs miracles today,” says Dr. Marina McLean, worship leader for Global Glory Ministries. ““The presence of God can melt the hardest of hearts. He can do the impossible. That’s His nature.”

Along with her husband Dr. Renny McLean, Global Glory Ministries is dedicated to offering balance to the lives of their followers. An itinerant ministry, Global Glory travels all over the country to conferences and seminars for different church denominations.

“It’s really about stirring a passion and appetite for more of God’s glory.” says. Dr. McLean. “There’s so much of God we still don’t know, that has yet to be revealed. That’s our mandate.”

Global Glory’s teachings are based on the Three Realms of the Supernatural: Faith (the basic substance you need to receive from God), the Anointing (which frees people from their past) and the glory of God (His manifested presence). The ministry is also dedicated to reading the signs of the times, encouraging their followers to lead joyful Christian lives as they await the return of Christ.

While McLean agrees some of Global Glory’s beliefs are out of the mainstream, the proof of the positive impact on their followers’ lives can be found in countless testimonies.

“The mainstream church is focused on teaching salvation: that God provides and God heals, but congregants don’t see a demonstration of God,” says Dr. McLean. “We believe God is still delivering and it’s going to be a challenge to shake our faith.”

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