Meet the Board of Trustees


Bishop Dale C. Bronner is the fourth of six sons of the late Mr. Nathaniel Hawthorne Bronner, Sr. and Mrs. Robbie Bronner.  He began ministry in his local, public high school as president and founder of the Praise the Lord Club.  Bishop Bronner is a graduate of Morehouse College, where he finished as the top student in the field of religion. Since that time, he has been the recipient of countless accolades. He became a member of the Martin Luther King Board of Preachers at Morehouse College in 1999.  In 2001, he earned his doctor of ministry degree from Christian Life School of Theology. In 2003, he was consecrated/installed as Bishop by the International Communion of Charismatic Churches, which is a network of more than 10,000 churches.

He serves on the Board of Directors and is part owner of Bronner Brothers Manufacturing Company, a multi-million dollar family-owned corporation which has been in the hair care business for over sixty-eight years.

Currently, Bishop Bronner is the founder/senior pastor of Word of Faith Family Worship Cathedral, an interdenominational ministry, founded in 1991, thriving with more than 20,000 members.  Many regard Bishop Bronner a leader’s leader consequently, he is a much sought after conference speaker and leadership trainer, whose travels have taken him around the world.  He is an accomplished author, with several books to his credit: Get A Grip-1996, Guard Your Gates-2002, A Check Up From the Neck Up-2003, Treasure Your Silent Years-2004, Pass the Baton-2006, Planning Your Succession-2009 and Change Your Trajectory-2015. He is also a contributing writer for the books, Man Power and Failure: The Womb of Success.  Bishop Bronner’s message reaches millions weekly through his national television and radio broadcast.

Bishop Bronner resides in Atlanta with his wife, Nina. They have four daughters, one son and 5 grandchildren.   He lives with a mission to reach the lost and teach the found.  His passion is to know Christ and to make Him known as well as to bring maturity to the Body of Christ.