Samuel J. Dennison was born May 14, 1991, to Bishop Myles Spires Jr., and Evangelist Sheryl Morgan. He currently works as a teacher and dedicated aide in Washington DC, where he also resides. For over 2 decades Dennison worked in various Christian churches. He was ordained an Elder in the Lord's Church on November 16, 2016. He has served as a psalmist, youth pastor, chief adjutant, catechizer, and various other roles in the Church.
Dennison has been afforded the opportunity to share platforms and serve ecclesia of varying renown and made his mark in The Church as an adept preacher, teacher, intercessor, and exhorter. Dennison has been formally recognized, affirmed, and mantled into the office of the Prophet whilst also possessing a great predisposition for that gift. He has also contributed to the bylaws of Christian communities like The Cathedral Citadel of Prayer International founded by Apostle Thomas W. Ridgley.
After a world-shattering paradigm shift, Dennison formally withdrew from the religious system of Christianity in 2017. An avid student of world religions, Dennison believes fiercely in the existence of God and even goes as far as to acknowledge Jesus Christ as the greatest soul to have ever inhabited the Earth. He is a self-identified spiritualist and works to spread the truth of God and advocate for ecumenism throughout the religious world and across all religious lines.