Sports Outreaqch Ministries The Sports Outreach Ministries program is about “helping to bring someone home to Christ.“  We use the sports format because I have found that so many people follow their local and national teams and other sports activity.  So what better group of captive audience can we minister to than some already following a team or player..Plus there are so many sports figures that Love the Lord as we do.. So Join us as we encourage you and others the come home to God through Jesus Christ our Lord!  Hosted  by Bishop Abu H. Mujahiddin and Minister Thomas M. Bailey Co-Host

A few word from the Minister Thomas M. Bailey;

Our mission is to bring the word of God to the elders,too encourage them, as well as to study the truth of God as it is revealed.The Lord has named this ministry sword of truth that it might cast off untruth,shedding new brilliance to His already taught word. Encouraging elders, showing them,that God has something for them yet to do,and that He loves them.To fellowship with them,bring new life into their spirit. 

The Lord called me into this journey 51,years ago just a boy fresh out jr. high school. I didn’t answer the call until 7 years ago. In this seven year period.I have been tried by the fire,proven in battle.I was first licensed in Georgia in 2011,in 2012.. a year later here in Cleveland,Ohio by Pastor Timothy L. Eppinger. With full ministerial privilege.I am a teacher of Gods word,under the guidance of the Holy Spirit in the doctrine of my Lord and Savior Jesus the Christ. I volunteer 4 days a week teaching bible study, to the elders visiting,teaching(bible study),and making calls, answering questions and just listening.

Bishop Abu H. Mujahiddin got his start in Talk Radio as a minister of the gospel to support Tim Tebow, which led to Hosting role such as host of The Sports Outreach Ministries Show and the publisher of The Gospel News Outreach Magazine. He was one of the first featured Bishop’s to use a sports platform for reaching the unchurched. He now hosts an international radio TV show and the online www.streaming sports talk.com.

Early Life

Man of God, pastor, teacher, radio host, artist, writer and publisher. Born Hezekiah McClendon in Birmingham, Alabama, on January 28, 1948. Bishop Abu Hezekiah Mujaiddin was the seventh son of seven boy children born to Keziah and Wilson McClendon, a rail road worker who passed away in 1960 of liver disease. My mother was married to Christ, the church secretary, sang in the choir, and taught bible classes .. She loved the Lord all her life. died at 86 yrs. Praising The Lord.

When Bishop Abu Hezekiah  was young, his family moved to Cleveland, where he graduated from East High School in 1967 before heading to the Army after the draft. After finishing school, Bishop Abu Hezekiah spent his early years working at a number of jobs— production artist at May Co.,  printing pressman an darkroom tech, even wannabe professional film producer — without finding anything that really seemed like his true calling. Bishop Abu Hezekiah eventually found that graphic design was one of his gifts and calling, performing freelance productions for the Muhammad Ali, The Ojays, and Sounds Of Cleveland Records for a time in 80′s. After honing his skills through teaching  graphic arts at CET several years, he came close to finding his true call ministry helping people. After working with Pastor Reginald Bailey feeding the homeless he got saved after being Muslim for over twenty-seven years.  I received Christ got baptized and gave my life over to God too help get others saved, it now my life’s work I was ordained bishop in August of 2012 as presiding international bishop with 13 church ministries in India and other parts of the world. My greatest wish is that all would come to Jesus while there is still time. Mark 1:17 And Jesus said unto them, Come ye after me, and I will make you to become fishers of men.

My Creed

Luke 4:18-19  (KJV)  18 The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised,  19 To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.