Bishop Donagrant Le’Prist McCluney was granted the gift of life on January 13, 1968 in Shelby, North Carolina. He is the second of three sons born to Bishop John Lee and Missionary Dianne McCluney. Being entrusted to the Hand of the Lord and reared in the nurture and admonition of God’s Holiness, he received the Lord Jesus Christ as his personal Savior at the age of seven and the Baptism of the Holy Ghost at the age of nine.
On July 1, 1984, this young Man of God preached his initial sermon, "Give Us a Chance", and served the Presbytery of the Christian Fellowship Church of God for sixteen years until such time that he would be consecrated to Holy Episcopacy. Bishop McCluney was duly consecrated to his Administrative Office in October 2001 under the righteous hand of the Most Reverend Bishop Freddie Bernard Marshall and a college of ten other consecrated Episcopates.
Bishop McCluney attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro; a Masters of Divinity degree in Homiletics and Worship at the Charles Harrison Mason Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia; a Masters of Arts degree in Elementary Education at the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and is presently a PhD student in the Leadership Studies Program at NC A&T.
Having been instrumental in establishing and sustaining several local churches, three Bible schools, two national youth leadership conferences, and seven Pentecostal reformations, Bishop McCluney is happy to serve the Kingdom of God as Associate Presiding Bishop of the Affirming Pentecostal Church, International and founding facilitator of The Progressive Community Collaborative, Incorporated.
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