Bishop Nathaniel J. Stampley

August 4, 2011   // 0 Comments

Bishop Nathaniel J. Stampley is on a mission to serve the underserved, minister to those suffering and bring hope to those who feel hopeless and he’s not afraid to venture outside his comfort zone accomplish his purpose. For more than 20 years, wherever there is a natural disaster or need, Bishop Stampley and his ministry—Least of These—has traveled to South Carolina, Mississippi when Hurrican...

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