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a collaboration between FBCG and Zion Church, exists to unite youth and Christ through transformation, empowerment and discipleship.
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Zion Church continues to be a “seeker-sensitive” church where anyone would feel comfortable.
It is the mission of Zion Church to help people Meet God, Grow Closer to Him, and Serve Him.
When Keith Battle first began preaching in the late 1980s, those who knew him would often hear him say he would never want to be a Pastor. This mindset came from a combination of him loving what he did as an Itinerant Preacher and from the difficulty that many Pastors seemed to go through and experience in starting and maintaining a church.
Yet, apparently the saying is true, “never say never”.
Under Pastor Battle’s leadership, Zion Church has grown to over 5,000 regular attendees. Pastor James attended Bowie State University for his Undergraduate studies and both Capital Bible Seminary and Liberty University for his Graduate education.
Keith is married to his best friend, Vicki, and they have three children - Asha, Asa, and Kendall. After a successful career in Television Production and Broadcast education, he left this career field to follow his passion for ministry.
He was hired full-time by Zion Church in 2006 as the church’s Children’s Pastor.
In time, it became evident that his calling wasn’t just to lead Children’s Ministry.
In the late 1990s, Keith was greatly motivated and influenced by a couple of books that he read that were written by successful church planters — Rediscovering Church by Bill and Lynne Hybels, and The Purpose-Driven Church by Rick Warren.
This is when the first seed for the "sensitive-seeker" model of doing church was planted.
With the blessing of both his wife and his former Pastor, Reverend Jonathan Weaver (Greater Mt.