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Bishop Tavis Lane Grant II is the Senior Pastor of the Greater First Baptist Church in East Chicago, Indiana. He is in his 25th year of serving as the Senior Pastor of the congregation. He is married to Elder Robin Flournoy-Grant and father of two sons, Tavis L. Grant, III and Elder Tavell Grant. 

 

Bishop Grant is an alumni of Moody Bible College and has several honorary doctorates.

 

Bishop Grant has been favored by God to reach the masses for the cause of Christ. 

 

He successfully organized and launched the Greater Life Chapel in Gary, Indiana in 2011. 

 

Greater First, under his leadership has a unique collaborative of culturally and socially centered ministries. 

 

To his credit, the GFC Chorale (Music Ministry) released their first debut CD in 2005 and won the 2010 Midwest Regional Verizon “How Sweet The Sound” Gospel Choir Competition and was 1st Runner-Up for the National Contest.

 

Bishop T. Lane Grant II is a member of the Joint College of African American Bishops. He has served nationally prominent leaders such as Bishop Paul S. Morton, Sr., Bishop J. Delano Ellis, Bishop Larry D. Trotter, and Bishop Timothy Clark.  

 

In 2011, Bishop Grant was appointed by Reverend Jesse Jackson to be the National Field Director of Rainbow Push in 2011.  Bishop Grant was the overseer and successfully managed the Rainbow Push National Field Operations and Network. 

 

He is the Founder and Presiding Prelate of the Antioch Network of Churches & Ministries. His ministry is known extensively around the world, ministering in the countries such as South Africa, Kenya, Namibia, Angola,  Mexico, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Caribbean, Brazil, and Germany. He also serves as Chief Apostle over congregations that have submitted to him as their covering.

The Lord has truly blessed, sustained and favored Bishop Tavis L. Grant, II to serve churches and ministries and be recognized and respected as a spiritual leader and national civil rights activist. 

 

You will often times hear him say “Tough times don’t last, tough people do!” His life is a true testament to the saving, healing and delivering power of God.