Apostle Diane Chappelle
Ruth Chapel A.M.E. Church
Apostle Diane Chappelle (Visions of Hope Fellowship Worldwide) describes Kingdom mandates given to the Ambassadors of Christ, and strategies on how to successfully fulfill these assignments. Topics include: Winning Over the Identity Crisis; Strengthened for the Task; Angels on Assignment; Marking the Marketplace, and more…
Apostle Diane Chappelle comes to us from Detroit, MI, where she serves as an Itinerant Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church (A.M.E.), and presently pastors Ruth Chapel A.M.E. Church. She is a graduate of Wayne County Community College, and has studied at Ashland Theological Seminary. She is the founding Apostle of Visions of Hope Fellowship Worldwide, which is an Apostolic-Prophetic community of Kingdom-minded believers. “Visions of Hope” is structured to identify, teach, train and release those, in the Body of Christ, who are anointed with the Ascension Gifts (identified in Ephesians 4:11) as a preparatory foundation for the fulfillment of the Great Commission.
Apostle Chappelle also serves as an Ambassador for the “Breastplate Prayer Movement” and a National Director for “The True Value of a Woman Movement” in the State of Michigan. She serves in these capacities under the direction of Bishop Larry A. Jackson, Pastor of Bethel Outreach International Church, Charlotte, NC. Apostle Chappelle hosts “Cries from the City”, a weekly radio broadcast providing a platform for the release of prophetic voices, as well as, “Kingdom Strategies” an Internet Radio Program. A native Detroiter, Apostle Chappelle is involved with various spiritual and civic efforts dedicated to the support and transformation of her hometown.
She is the visionary/founder of many supportive ministries including, [K]nights Ablaze Apostolic House of Prayer, The Watchman-Gatekeeper Network, The Detroit Prophetic Roundtable and Gate Beautiful – East. Apostle Chappelle has served as a member of “One Detroit,” an apostolic council in the city of Detroit. This council worked closely with Lou Engle and staff to help coordinate “The Call Detroit” in 2011. Among her civic commitments, Apostle Chappelle serves as a Deputy Chief Chaplain with the Detroit Police Chaplain Corps. She was the first woman to deliver the Annual Police Memorial Address in 1996. Apostle Chappelle comes to us as a seasoned laborer in the harvesting for souls and the uplifting of God’s Kingdom. In her own words, “I do not ask for riches and the substance oaf things, but that God will continue to move in the midst of my life, that my calling and election will remain firmly fixed.” As Apostle Chappelle shares the Word, you will quickly sense the “true riches” of her humility, deep wisdom, and desire for the Lord to be glorified.
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