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Faithfully teach the Word of God and proclaim the "Good News" of Jesus Christ
Adopt lifestyles of integrity that are above reproach, and minister by precept and example as born-again, Spirit-filled believers.
Instruct so that people rise from burned-out hopes and faulty lifestyles to enjoy the privelages and promises God has for us through Jesus Christ.
Teach the precepts of faith to the Body of Christ through media, schools and other ministries.
Honor the Great Example Setter by addressing the dynamic challenges of a growing ministry with "excellence of ministry."
About Frederick K. C. Price
Apostle Frederick K. C. Price was born January 3, 1932, in Santa Monica, California, the eldest of two sons of Winifred and Fred Price. He has one sister, Delores W. Jones. A product of the Los Angeles public school system, Price attended McKinley Elementary School in Santa Monica, Foshay Junior High, Manual Arts and Dorsey High Schools in Los Angeles, and attended Los Angeles City College for 2 years.
Apostle Price received an honorary diploma from the Rhema Bible Training Center in 1976 and an honorary Doctorate of Divinity Degree from Oral Roberts University in 1982; both institutions are based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
On September 6, 2000 , Apostle Price was the first Black pastor to speak at "Town Hall Los Angeles". In 1998, he received the prestigious "Horatio Alger Award", presented by an Alexandria, Virginia-based association honoring those who exemplify inspirational success. Apostle Price also received that year, "The Kelly Miller Smith Interfaith Award", presented by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, honoring clergy who have made the most significant contribution through religious expression affecting the nation and world.
Apostle Price Calendar
About Pastor Fred Price Jr.
The son of world-renowned teachers and ministers, Apostle Frederick K.C. Price and Dr. Betty R. Price, Pastor Frederick Kenneth Price is Head Pastor of Crenshaw Christian Center, thus completing a unique trinity of faith by serving side-by-side with his trailblazing parents.
Pastor Price attended K-Anthony School until the 2nd grade, at which time he began attending Frederick K.C. Price III School (named in honor of his elder brother who was struck and killed in a fatal car accident at age eight) which was established on the grounds of Crenshaw Christian Center in 1984. Pastor Price graduated from FKCP III High School, charter member class of 1996.
At the age of 17, Pastor Price accepted the call on his life. Many had hoped that he would go into ministry, but no one ever pressured him. During a Dr. Creflo Dollar meeting which was held at CCC, the Lord spoke to Pastor Price's heart. By the age 19, he knew he would become a pastor and teacher.
About Dr. Betty Price
Dr. Betty R. Price was born Betty Ruth Scott on February 9, 1934 in Gloster, Mississippi. In 1943, at the age of nine years old she, along with her siblings and parents, moved to Los Angeles, California where she became a student of the Los Angeles public school system and attended Ritter Elementary School and Jordan Junior High School. In 1952 she graduated from Dorsey High School where she met Frederick K. C. Price, whom she later married on March 29, 1953 at the age of 19.
Apostle Fred and Betty Price have four children -- Angela Marie Evans, Cheryl Ann Price, Stephanie Pauline Buchanan, and Frederick Kenneth Price. All of the Price children and their sons and daughter-in-law (A. Michael Evans Jr., Danon Buchanan and Angel Price) work or have worked for the Ministry at Crenshaw Christian Center in Los Angeles. Apostle Fred and Betty Price also have eight grandchildren: Alan Michael (married to Carrie Evans) and Adrian Marie Evans; Nicole Denise and Allen L. Crabbe, III; Tyler Stephen, Justin Eric and Sydney Trinity Buchanan; they also have two great-grandchildren Kamari Drake Stewart-Crowley & Akira Makai Evans.