You are made in God's image...
You are loved...
There is hope!
ABOUT THE MINISTRY
Hi! I'm Brad Riley, and this ministry is a non-profit, faith based organization that exists to share the transforming grace of God with: churches, communities, organizations, and individuals. I believe God desires to bring about transformation in our lives and communities, and graciously gives this transforming grace to all who seek it.
BRM is completely funded through the generosity of others. Every dollar given is tax deductible and helps fund ministry that connects people with the transforming grace of Jesus Christ. Donations can be made though this website by clicking the "DONATE" button on any page or by sending a check.
As a called preacher of God's Word my ministry reaches out to all denominations, with messages centered on a renewed understanding of the kingdom of God in our midst, and a call to personal holiness. I also have an extensive background in ecumenical community work, that builds bridges to the unchurched, and have developed several workshops and spiritual retreats to help churches transform their communities for Christ.
Study the Bible with me every Wednesday evening on Facebook Live! Each week we dive into the scriptures in a verse by verse study that considers the historical and contextual meaning as we seek to faithfully apply the timeless truths of God's Word to our lives. Click below to go to Bible Study Live. You can scroll and listen to past episodes.
As a Pastor with over 20 years of experience in serving others, I also offer life and loss pastoral counseling. Pastoral counseling is centered on bringing balance to the spiritual as well as the physical and emotional life. Far to many people are living without any hope of things getting better. There is always hope! Having counseled people in almost every situation or concern I also work with clinical specialists in many areas when there is a need for a clinical referral.
We recently had Brad Riley in for a weekend event that featured seminars on Friday evening and Saturday morning covering: death and dying, prayer, and worship. On Sunday Brad preached in morning and evening services with seekers at our altars.
Brad is a gifted speaker, senses the heartbeat of the people, and uses his life experiences very well in communicating the message of God in our day. I would heartily recommend him to congregations of any size.
Rev. Jon Shellenberger
Wellington Church of the Nazarene