Rev. E.D. "Bert" Maxfield
Rev. Bert Maxfield was in the ministry over 50 years. He pioneered and established three churches and pastored Brownwood Christian Fellowship in Brownwood, Texas for 21 years. Pastor Maxfield’s primary calling was that of an apostle. He also excelled in the gift of teaching and his knowledge of the word of God was extensive. He authored the college course, A Theology of the Church at the Christian Life College of Theology, Columbus, Georgia and other seminaries such as the Antioch University International as a part of their curriculum. Along with writing other books, he served on the Ordination Council as the North Texas State Director for World Ministry Fellowship. He served on the Advisory Board for Terry Mize Ministries.
Pastor Maxfield traveled extensively throughout the United States and to 35 different countries teaching in churches, pastors’ conferences, and seminars. It was his deepest desire to pass along the many years of knowledge and experience he had in ministry to you.
sally maxfield may
Sally is the daughter of Rev. Bert Maxfield. At 13 years of age, she felt the call of God on her life and started writing. She has written and taught Children’s Ministry series for several years. Her teachings include, How Do I Know the Bible is the Word of God, Creation, Names of God, and The Tabernacle of Moses.
Professionally, she is Vice President of an international bank and has documented procedures and process for all areas of the bank for over 25 years. In addition, she was a Business Analyst in the software industry writing business, functional, and technical requirements.
Sally authored Who Am I ? based on the last series of her Dad’s teachings, The 6 Questions of Humanity. It addresses the most important questions, “Who Am I?” and “Why Am I?” This book guides you into an understanding your purpose, and provides insight where and how to step into your calling. Sally is currently working on her next book.
For more than 40 years, Charlene Maxfield and her late husband, Rev. Bert Maxfield were instrumental in the establishment and nurture of several churches in Texas. As a counselor and teacher of the Gospel, she shared God’s word throughout the United States and multiple countries.
God has miraculously used Charlene Maxfield as a prophet to the nations. She has given prophecies to various dignitaries and heads of state. Over the years, she has corresponded on spiritual issues with world leaders such as President Ronald Regan, Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and President Corazon Aquino of the Philippines. Charlene is a dynamic author and speaker who uses her wit and humor to describe the many exciting journeys and unusual experiences into which God has led her, such as the occasion when she smuggled Bibles into Communist China.
Her books, include God, Sex and Me?’ The Roar of the Lion; The Prophetic Voice of God; Dogs Have a Destiny Too; Letters to the Bride; and Fire and Ice. Charlene also worked closely with Herschel Walker to write his autobiography, Breaking Free. Her latest book, The Warrior Inside is scheduled for release early 2019.
Charlene has one motion picture script credit for her contribution and collaboration on Heartland; and her book, God, Sex & Me appeared in Echoes of Innocence, a feature film that had a nationwide theatrical release. She is a native Texan living in the Dallas area.
Charlene's books are available on Amazon.