Christian Cultural Center and A. R. Bernard Ministries
A.R. Bernard is the powerful TV ministry of distinguished leader A.R. Bernard, whose supernatural gift for interpreting and communicating scripture, educates and inspires viewers with treasured teachings and biblical solutions that heal, uplift and transform. His thought-provoking messages motivate viewers and stir their hearts to navigate life with newfound hope, wisdom, and strength. Bernard’s teachings explore how the Christian faith should shape our daily walk and every aspect of our lives within today’s current culture.
About Christian Cultural Center and A. R. Bernard Minitries
A.R. Bernard enjoyed a successful 10-year career in finance before being called to ministry where he opened a small storefront church in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. From a handful of members the church blossomed into what is today the Christian Cultural Center (CCC), New York’s largest church with over 40,000 + members, and one of the fastest-growing churches in America. Headquartered in Brooklyn, CCC also has a Long Island campus, satellite locations, and is developing 700 units of affordable housing, commercial, and residential space.
“Christ in Culture” is the mantra upon which A.R. Bernard Ministries was built and, from its inception, A.R. Bernard has educated, nurtured, and equipped millions of people to navigate their faith with sound values and biblical principles, within an ever-changing cultural climate.
A visionary who illuminates the minds and hearts of everyone he engages, A.R. Bernard’s viewers are spiritually fed, intellectually informed, and motivated with a renewed strength. He has led Bible studies for celebrities in entertainment, athletics, and government — and many well-known dignitaries, thought leaders and personalities have attended services at CCC, including Denzel and Pauletta Washington, Angela Bassett, Kim Cattrall, TV Host Robin Roberts, NBA retiree Alonzo Mourning, NFL player Curtis Martin, Former US President Bill Clinton and former Presidential nominee Hilary Clinton, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Governor Andrew Cuomo.