Frederick Hightower - Senior Pastor, Founder
All Nations Revival Center was first established in Huntington, West Virginia in 1993. The Lord guided Pastor Frederick F. Hightower in founding the ministry. The ministry was originally called Temple of Faith Outreach and was established under the auspices of Bishop T.D. Jakes, who at the time, was the pastor of Temple of Faith Ministries in Charleston, West Virginia. The church moved to Charleston, WV and met faithfully at the Charleston Civic Center for a number of years. Thereafter, begin meeting at the Labelle Theater in South Charleston. For some time, the ministry has been active in outreach in the local community; for instance, pioneering chuch conferences, hosting a local radio and television program, prison ministry and so much more. The vision that God gave Pastor Hightower burned in his heart for years. God gave Pastor the architectural plans for the All Nations Revival Center Church which he drew in detail. The church is located right of I-64 in Institute, West Virginia. The church edifice is the most visible chuch in the area. He is the husband of one wife, Michelle Hightower, and the father of four children: Charity, Maria, Angel, & Frederick Jr. He is an overseer of the All Nations Revival Center Outreach in Martinsburg, WV where Elder Todd Brown is the Pastor and he is Bishop Hightower's son in the gospel. Bishop Hightower is a man of many God given talents and gifts he plays the piano, the drums and he is a powerful preacher/teacher of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. He has been faithful in preaching the Word of God for over 25 years. He is also a gifted artist. He has had the honor of painting the portraits of some of the most prolific gospel ministers of our day. He has painted the mural in the back of the sanctuary that stretches about 85ft wide and more than 30ft high. It took him over a year to complete.