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Preaching is declaring God’s truth in Jesus, to the praise of his name God’s truth is declared through the preacher, and it’s meaning is brought home to those who listen. Preaching, though, is ultimately divine activity. J. I. Packer says that it is “the event of God himself bringing to an audience a Bible-based, Christ-related, life-impacting message of instruction and direction through the words of a spokesperson.”

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Neuro Linguistic Programming is a modeling approach that offers a toolkit of ways to deal with life’s opportunities and challenges. NLP can help you improve your communication and influence skills quite significantly. Not only that, but practicing NLP techniques will increase your resilience and your ability to master change

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Reverend Leland Core

Minister of the Gospel have served in several leadership positions throughout his career both in corporate America and within the Baptist Church. During his corporate leadership tour he championed several senior executive roles, which played a vital role in the development of people all across the United States.

During his time in ministry, God has afforded him the opportunity to lead the Mount Jezreel Baptist Church Prison Ministry for 7 years, while serving as the Assistant Pastor to the Prison Ministry Reverend Core served (preached, taught, provided goal setting exercises, job interview technique and life skills) to the inmates as he refers to as returning citizens.

He completed his studies at Temple Business College in Computer Technology, Maryland Drafting Institute in Electrical/Mechanical Drafting Technology and subsequently received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering Management and currently working in a Masters program.

Reverend Core allowed God to utilize him for over 10 years as he ministered unto the Lord behind the walls at the Montgomery County Correction Facility in Boyd, Maryland. His completion in Dale Carnegie’s multi-level training, as well as being a Certified Life Strategies Coach and NLP Practitioner has enhanced his gift to develop people.

During his time in ministering at the Montgomery County Correction Facility, Reverend Core received a White House volunteer Silver Award from President George W. Bush for the service work performed at the correction facility.


Minister of the Gospel

He truly believes our words have life/death power, he believes no matter what the situation/circumstance give thanks to the Lord.


Gun violence in the US kills more black people and urban dwellers

Gun violence in the African American community is a national public health and safety issue and should be treated as such. Strategies are necessary to stem the rate at which black men are murdering each other. The American Journal of Medicine reports that homicide is the leading cause of death among young African American men. More than 85 percent of black homicide victims are shot and killed with guns. These facts are both appalling and unacceptable. An important part of ending the gun violence epidemic is to reduce homicides in the African-American community. Publications Black Homicide Victimization in the United States: An Analysis of 2017 Homicide Data (June 2020)

Leland Core Ministries are focused on bringing God’s peace into the heart & mind of man… Allow the word of God to work and God receive the peace that surpasses all man understanding.

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I will grant peace in the land, and you will lie down and no one will make you afraid. I will remove wild beasts from the land, and the sword will not pass through your country. (Leviticus 26:6)

24 The Lord bless you and keep you; 25 the Lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you; 26 the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace. (Numbers 6:24-26)

Story that inspires

The Origins of Sagging Pants

Young men in America began wearing sagging pants during the 1990’s. Unlike other fads that come and go this one has stuck around for 30 years. The origin of this fashion statement has a dark history that many people might not be aware of. It began when Africans were first enslaved in America and derived from a custom referred to as “Buck busting” or “Buck breaking.” These terms initially referred to taming wild horses but southern plantation owners used these phrases to refer to black males who were just as human as they were.

This practice was utilized to “break in” defiant black male slaves as if they were untamed beasts. It was also supposed to deter other slaves from going against their masters. Unruly black men would be taken to a public place where all the other slaves were watching and told to lower their pants and bend forward. At that point, the master would brutally rape the man. After this the act of violation the slave would be forced to wear his pants with no belt and allow them to sag, as evidence he had been “ busted” or “broken in’.

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White House Silver Award

In January 2002, U.S. President George W. Bush called on all Americans to dedicate at least two years – 4,000 hours – over the course of their lives to serve others at home or abroad. Reverend Core responded to the call of President George W. Bush directive; he served over 4,000 hours of volunteer work inside of the Montgomery County Correction Facility and received a Silver Award from the White House for his service and continues to work serving people as God has ordered all of us.

Outstanding Service

Reverend Core overseen the Prison Ministry at the Mount Jezreel Baptist Church, under his leadership he was responsible for the church’s Aftercare Program, the program assisted returning inmates with the following (housing, important required documentation, job interviewing techniques and other personal matter to assist with the transition back into society). For his dedication to serving, he received Service Award in 2006 from the Mount Jezreel Baptist Church for the work God as commissioned to us…

Gwynn Park High School

Kids go under attack at early age today through all of the Social Media and other platforms to transmit and/or program information to our children; Reverend Core recognizes the important of properly supporting the school systems, more importantly the care for our future leaders of tomorrow, giving assistance with leadership & development, for his dedicated giving and focused, he received Special Recognition award for his participation and volunteering at the GPHS Career Day Program

Leland is an amazing person and a great friend. May he fullfil the duty he received by our lord and savior Jesus Christ

~ Ifty Mahmud | Bangladesh


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