Meet Bishop Dixon.
Dr. James W. E. Dixon, II, is the visionary of NTZ Faith and has organized pastors and faith leaders to join this effort. His dedication and knowledge of human trafficking have led him to teach other faith leaders and congregations across the Nation on how to counter the threat of sex trafficking in our backyards.
Obeying God, James entered the ministry and delivered his first sermon on July 9, 1978, at the age of 15. On Sunday, July 19, 1981, Greater Mount Pillow Baptist Church (now the Community of Faith) elected and called James to become their pastor. In 1986, James led the congregation to relocate to 1023 Pinemont Drive, where they purchased larger facilities to accommodate rapid growth. During this time, the church's name was changed to the Community of Faith Church (COF).
He also played a pivotal role in the acquisition of 22.6 acres of land. In 1997, construction began on a state-of-the-art $6.5 million worship and ministry center. In 1999, the congregation entered the new edifice, which is called the King's Dome.
James led the growth of the COF congregation from 150 to 3,000 current Visioneers (members). In 2006, James was consecrated as a Presiding Prelate of Kingdom Builders Global Fellowship, through which he oversees pastors and churches in the USA and in Uganda, Africa. He also serves as the Social/Political Action Director for the Houston Metropolitan Baptist Ministers Alliance.