Bishop Lenzo L. Pittman, was born December 13, in Bryan Texas, he is the second oldest of 5. A graduate of E.A. Kemp High School, attend Prairie View A&M University. Served in the U.S. Army & U.S. Marine while in the Military attend Austin Peay State University located in Clarksville Tennessee.
After the military he completed his education at De Anza College in Cupertino CA. Bishop is married to Evangelist Earline Pittman and have 6 children and 9 grand-children.
He accepted Christ at an early age, re-dedicated his life to Christ in 1979 in 1981 he became a deacon at the Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church under the leadership of Pastor John W. Waiters in the city of East Palo Alto CA.
In 1982 he accepted his calling from God into the Ministry. 1983 he was call to Pastor Zion Missionary Baptist Church in the city of East Palo Alto CA. for 10yrs, after that assignment was completed in 1993 by the help and guidance of our Lord and Savior he organized Union Star Missionary Baptist Church in East Palo Alto CA. Where he was the pastor for 7 years and the Lord spoke again and move them to the city of Stockton CA. where he is now the pastor of the Hurricane Missionary Baptist Church 11years.
In the July 2001 he received his Masters degree in biblical education from the Sacramento Seminary Bible College. He and his wife song quartet for many years together and record 3 gospel CD‘s, as the Gospel Consulator’s and he is now lead singer of the Sons of Christ which he is the founder of and with Christ he is moving on.
Bishop Pittman has been call to evangelize revivals in many places to name a few, Des Monies Iowa, hometown of Texas, Los Angeles CA and others.
Bishop Pittman’s objective is to lead God’s people to higher heights in the Lord to show them how to receive the full benefit of God’s blessings. To advance in building the kingdom of God together as we grow together in the grace and knowledge of God. Bishop & Evangelist Pittman also have a food ministry (Missionaries on a mission to stump out hunger in American where we not only serve the congregation but also the community).