Founder of Mighty Fortress International Bishop TR Williams has served Christ for over three decades. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications and a Master of Arts Degree in Organizational Leadership. His ministerial training comes from Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Rhema Bible Training Center.
Bishop Williams understands why some people turn from away from religion. That is why his ministry is structured to place emphasis on the holy word and the communion of Christians rather than pomp and pageantry. Because superficialities should not keep someone from having a relationship with Christ Mighty Fortress invites the faithful to come and worship as they are. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on Linkedin.
No one can have a relationship with Christ until they overcome the circumstances that keep them from Christ. To help such people MFI provides support groups and outreach ministries. As Jesus said to this disciples in Matthew 4:19 it is MFI’s mission to be “Fishers of men”.
Mighty Fortress Church strives to spread The Word so that all who would receive it might benefit from its power to heal them physically and emotionally. More than just encouraging people to hear God’s word MFI encourages them to live by God’s word. All of this is a part of Mighty Fortress’ goal to bring salvation to souls around the world.
Mighty Fortress serves the communities in the Minneapolis area. To promote the fellowship of Christians no matter were they worship MFI offers a brief description of some of the most magnificent churches in Minnesota.
There was a time when the spire of Minneapolis’ Hennepin Ave United Methodist Church made it the city’s second tallest structure. An example of English Rural Gothic architecture HAUM is patterned after a church in Cambridge England.
The relatively modest facade of Church of Our Lady of the Angels in Sauk Centre seems almost contrary to its striking interior. The sanctuary dome features a breathtaking mural depicting the Virgin Mary’s ascension to heaven.
A symbol of Minnesota’s Nordic heritage Moorhead’s Hopperstad Stave Church incorporates a Viking ship into its interpretive center. The building is an exact copy of a church in Vik, Norway. Follow Mighty Fortress Church on facebook.com.