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Minister Belinda Derr Mpagazehe

Belinda responded to the call to serve the Lord in 2013. During that same year, she was licensed to preach the gospel of Christ by Rev. Dr. J. Anthony Lloyd.

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Phone : (508) 655-7932
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Master of Ministry Leadership degree, Rockbridge Seminary
Boston State College (now UMass Boston) with a degree in Sociology

She serves God and His Church under the pastorship of Rev. Lloyd at the Greater Framingham Community Church in Framingham MA. In this capacity, she serves as Sunday school and Women’s Bible study teacher, member of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry, Workshop Facilitator, and as a leader for Women’s Christian Fellowship. In addition, she conducts ministry at local nursing and rehabilitation facilities. Belinda had been a long-time volunteer minister at a local prison for women until its recent closure.

Minister Mpagazehe is passionate about bringing non-believers to a saving knowledge of our Lord, striving to live the deeper Christian life, and discipling believers to live deeper and more purposeful lives to the praise of God’s glory. One of the ways she is equipping others to explore avenues to live this deeper Holy Spirit—filled life is through the study of books written by 19th Century author Andrew Murray. Toward that end, she leads “Developing the Deeper Christian Life: The Andrew Murray Book Study Ministry”.

Minister Belinda is a recent graduate of Rockbridge Seminary where she completed the Master of Ministry Leadership degree (MML), and was the recipient of the Carol Eldridge Leadership Award “In recognition of Servant Leadership in Christian Ministry”.

Presently, God is directing her to work with White Christians to bring about healing from the trauma and ravages of racism in the Body of Christ.

She is the author of Is God Good? Who’s Asking? and a children’s picture book, The Clocks’ Holiday.

I will rejoice in the Lord, I will joy in the God of my salvation. The Lord God is my strength; He will make my feet like deer’s feet, and He will make me walk on my high places. - Habakkuk 3:19