Apostle Rae Brown
Apostle Rae Brown is an anointed prophet, teacher, and founder of Potter’s House Ministries, Inc. of Hackensack, NJ. She is chosen to minister the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations with clarity and candor that is real, and applicable for day-to-day living. In ministry for over 12 years, she is recognized as “The Voice of Victory” on New York radio station WWRL.
Apostle Brown is a leader’s leader, focusing on serving God and His people wholeheartedly with integrity, boldness and in excellence. It is her mandate to see people live victoriously so that they can lead a full life of purpose, and answer the call of God on their lives. The ministry has recently released its 2nd CD, “What Does Home Sound Like? Chapter 1” which has multi-generational and multi-cultural appeal.
Apostle Brown is an experienced counselor especially in the areas of grief, substance abuse, domestic violence, and career management. She has beens a counselor in the Bergen County Jail, teaching life skills to inmates preparing to be released back into mainstream society. She pioneered and supervised the Youth Employment Program, which included weekly seminars and workshops for teens and is endorsed by many local churches and communities regionally. Under her leadership, high-school dropouts are now college students, ex-addicts have become certified substance abuse counselors, and former inmates are now business owners. Apostle Brown oversees young adults in a setting that allows them to gain both Christ and necessary life skills. Many of the youth are also preparing for evangelism and foreign mission work in the countries of
Having preached on national and international platforms, her vision remains clear: "Ministering from the heart of God to the heart of mankind.”