Pastor Cecil Lamb
Cecil Lamb blesses the body of Christ with clear-cut and practical applications of the Word of God. He is Pastor, Founder and President of the Spirit of Christ Center & Ministries, Inc. Pastor Lamb was called to the office of Pastor/Teacher in 1983. Since that time, he has affected the lives of hundreds who have joined him in this ministry. Many are now changed as a result of receiving the uncompromised Word of God.
Under the guidance of the Holy Spirit, he has a strong revelatory teaching ministry concerning practical day-to-day truths. As pastor, he is dedicated to the leadership of the Holy Spirit and its effect in changing the lives of men. Establishing a ministry of excellence is of utmost importance to him.
Pastor Lamb has traveled to many cities within the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and abroad, sharing the Word of God and the word of his testimony. He has appeared as a host on Channel 45’s TBN television of Miami, Channel 43 television of Miami, and he presently hosts SOCC’s weekly television program “Steps of Faith” at 7:00 AM on WBFS Channel 33. He can also be heard every Sunday morning at 9:45 AM on “AM 1490 WMBM” radio. He has been a regular spokesman on WMCU, and WAXY radio stations.
For several years Pastor Lamb was the Regional Representative of the Southeastern Region for the International Third World Leaders Association and a member of the AELC (Africa Executive Leadership Council). He is the Chairman of the Board for Miami Rivers of Life, Inc., a local organization helping to restore the lives of wayward children through a Christian environment, and he is also the Superintendent of the Spirit of Christ Child Development Daycare and Academy.
Pastor Lamb truly demonstrates exemplary leadership and excellence in this region of the United States. His enthusiasm illuminates with wisdom and practical principles that impact the lives of individuals of all walks of life.
Pastor Lamb is married to Lady Benza Lamb, and is the father of six (3 daughters and 3 sons). He also has six grandsons.