Catch The Fire Ministries has Changed it's Name

Catch The Fire Ministries Inc. has changed its name to Reformation Harvest Fire, and moving forward, you will see references to this name. We aim to complete this name change as soon as feasible and by 30 June 2020 at the very latest.

Rev Elder Johnny Lee ClaryFor those of you in the Melbourne area, we are pleased to announce that Rev Elder Johnny Lee Cleary (Ex-National Leader of the Ku Klux Klan) will be ministering the Word of the Lord in the miracle working power of the Holy Spirit on Saturday 12th March at 6:30pm and on Sunday 13th March at 9:30am & 6:30pm at CTFM Apostolic Centre at 23 Melverton Dr in Hallam.

Johnny Lee Clary learned to hate at a very young age. He was raised in a family filled with racism, anger, and bigotry. As the Klan’s national leader, the destructive mindset and lifestyle he had lived for so many years began to take its toll. Riddled with torment, Johnny Lee left the Klan. On the verge of committing suicide one night, he started reading the Bible and cried out to God to deliver him from his nightmarish existence.

After dedicating his life to Christ, he  has become a renowned international speaker and has set records for the largest crowds for any preacher in Australia other than Billy Graham, with literally thousands receiving his message of hope, healing and forgiveness for racism, low self-esteem, suicidal tendencies, and substance abuse. Johnny holds the record for the largest crowd ever at Hillsong Brisbane (formerly Garden City).

Johnny is not only an ordained minister but also an ordained Elder under the Church Of God In Christ, America’s largest African American denomination with over 6 million members and has submitted his ministry to their covering and under Bishop George D. McKinney who serves on the national board of the COGIC. Due to the success rate Rev. Elder Clary has had throughout the world in promoting racial unity, Bishop McKinney has appointed Johnny to the office of Racial Reconciliation and evangelism for C.O.G.I.C.

Rev. Elder Johnny Lee Clary stresses the need for adults from all walks of like to set the proper example of promoting racial unity for the children by not only promoting racial integration in public places such as schools and the workplace, but also in churches, civic organizations as well as in their homes when gathering with friends for social functions. “If you want to play beautiful music, you have to learn to mix the black and white keys together on the piano!”

He resides with his wife Melissa in Miami, Oklahoma, who managed him in pro wrestling under the name of “Miss Becky Starr.” He has appeared on numerous radio, TV magazine and newspapers outlets from around the world, including FOX NEWS, Oprah, The 700 Club, Queen Latifah, Charisma Magazine, Guidepost, Christianity Today and the L.A. Times just to name a few.

Rising Up Australia and the Nations as His Kingdom Comes,
Jason Golden
Catch the Fire Ministries

1 Response to “Former KKK Leader Johnny Lee Clary at CTFM in Melbourne 12-13 March”

  1. 1 Barbara Redd

    just listened to you on francis and friends, loved it

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