Pastor Le’Zaire Reese was born on September 13, 1996, to Deacon Marlon and Deaconess Lakreisha Reese in St. Petersburg, Florida. He is the elder brother of one sister, Ms. Sanai Reese.
Pastor Reese has been an active member of the Friendship Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Dr. John A. Evans, Sr. While at Friendship, his love for God has grown. He accepted the Lord and was baptized at the age of five. Being blessed with the gift of song, he has been a devoted member of the music ministry from leading solos to directing the youth and adult mass choirs. In addition, he has worked in several Ministries within the church. On July 19, 2015, he received his license to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ by Dr. Evans. While residing in Atlanta, he is under the watch care leadership of Dr. Gregory L. Pollard, Pastor of the Enon Baptist Church. Listening to the voice of God Dr. Pollard found him worthy and ordained him in March of 2018.
Pastor Reese serves as Senior Pastor of Shiloh Baptist Church in College Park, GA . Since being there, he has mobilized and energized members of the church to be a reflection of God’s love with the church motto of “A Church with God’s Heart”. The “Shi”, as he affectionately calls it, is a church growing and on the move for Christ.
A proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Pastor Reese holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy. Currently, he is enrolled in a Master’s of Theology Program at Liberty University.
Pastor Reese believes in serving his community. He has served as:
National President of Top Teens of America from July 1, 2013 to June 30, 2015.
Pastor Reese believes in putting God first in all things. He plans to follow the Lord wherever He leads him.
Pastor Reese He is a determined, passionate and relentless servant of God! His favorite hymn is “A Charge to Keep I Have”; his favorite song is “My Soul Has Been Anchored” by Douglas Miller. His favorite scripture is Psalm 37:4, “Delight thyself also in the Lord; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.”