Rev. Darryl A. Lee was born to Darryl and Lisa Lee, March 22, 1984 in the city of St. Louis Mo. He grew up under the tutelage of the late deacon Curtis Lee (his grandfather). Deacon Lee encouraged and pushed Rev. Lee into the ministry at a young age, teaching him the importance of things like, bible study, morning worship, prayer meetings and his favorite Sunday school. Rev. Lee dealt with many obstacles growing up in the city of St. Louis, such as drugs, poverty, domestic disputes, crime, and peer pressure. But Rev. Lee never stopped trusting God. With the absence of his father taking a toll on his mother, Rev. Lee took the role of the man of the house at a very young age,by working in the community and city to help his mother financially. Rev. Lee began selling drugs and was suddenly on the path to destruction. Rev. Lee began to disregard his up bringing and adopt the life of drug dealing to meet the needs in the house. His attitude suddenly changed and his anger kindled him to make bad decisions all around. On a summer day in 2002, Rev. Lee's life was at risk when a 12 gauge shotgun was pointed at him. It was at that point that Rev. Lee asked the Lord for forgiveness, and to spare his life. In return, he would serve the lord all the days of his life. Rev. Darryl lee's life was spared and he also held up his part of the bargain. Darryl and his family moved to Pagedale (st. Louis). It was here that Darryl Lee was introduced to Rev. Charles Hilton, the Pastor of Faith in Hope Ministry. It was Rev. Hilton who gave Darryl his first chance to serve the lord and to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Rev. Darryl Lee began to study the word of God, and teach all people that God is love. After teaching and studying, Rev. Lee was ordained a Minister of the Gospel, later becoming the Assistant Pastor of the Faith in Hope Ministry. Rev. Darryl A. Lee has devoted his life to the uplifting of Gods kingdom and the educating of God's people.
Romans 10:14 How then shall they call on him in whom they do not believe? and how shall they believe on him whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher?
Rev. Darryl Lee