DR. GWENDOLYN BRADLEY
Senior International Prophetess Dr. Gwendolyn M. Bradley is noted as a woman with an extraordinary passion to see people fulfill the purpose and plans God has for them. She is recognized as a Global Strategic Intercessor, Third Generation Pastor, Teacher, and International Prophetic Voice.
Gwendolyn Bradley diligently serves alongside her Husband, Bishop (Prelate and Lieutenant Colonel Ret. US Army) Willie L. Bradley as Pastors and Founders of Anointed Remnant International Ministry in Prattville, Alabama. Dr. Bradley was consecrated and serves as the SIP of Anointed Remnant Global Assemblies, an International Fellowship providing mentorship to leaders in North America, The Caribbean, Asia, Australia, Europe, Liberia, and Kenya.
She was educated at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama and holds two academic/professional Degrees. She received a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and an Honorary Doctorate in Divinity from Saint Thomas Christian College in Jacksonville, Florida. Dr. Bradley was licensed and ordained in Leavenworth, Kansas at the historic First Baptist Church under the leadership of Drs' Donald and Lois Sprague.
SIP Bradley conducts prophetic conferences throughout the Nation of South Korea and on Prayer Mountain. She and her husband serve as the first African American National Area Leaders for the National Day of Prayer Task Force. They cover the Southeast Region (Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Florida, South Carolina, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands). SIP also serves as the Overseer of the City of Prattville, AL Watchman Ministry.
Her dedication to the ministry of prayer has been featured on Trinity Broadcasting Network, Atlanta Live, Moody Radio Station, Faith Radio Magazine and many other media outlets. Dr. Bradley serves on the Executive Board of River Region Pregnancy Center, Executive Board of Life on Wheels, a mobile unit with an ultrasound machine, serves on the Autauga County Domestic Violence Task Force and is the Treasurer of Prattville Christian Ministers Association.
In February of 2012, Dr. Bradley received a Proclamation from Congress Woman Terri A. Sewell, 7th Congressional District of Alabama recognizing her unwavering excellence in Ministry and was a recipient of the City of Prattville Mayoral Commendation issued for outstanding achievements of African Americans.
The Bradleys have three beautiful children: Adrian (Vander), Andreas and Andria-Joy. The Bradleys are proud grandparents of two grandsons, Aiden and Adrian II.