OUR PASTOR.

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.”
 

(Romans 1:16)

OUR PASTOR.

“For I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God that brings salvation to everyone who believes: first to the Jew, then to the Gentile.”
 

(Romans 1:16)

OUR PASTOR.

Pastor Randall was born in Santa Barbara, California. He has three older brothers; Anthony, Bruce, and Sam “Bam” Cunningham who played for 10 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots. After becoming an All-American football player at UNLV, Randall played 16 seasons in the NFL, starting with the Philadelphia Eagles. He would later play for the Minnesota Vikings, the Baltimore Ravens, and the Dallas Cowboys. In May of 1993 Pastor Randall married his lovely wife Felicity De Jager of Johannesburg South Africa. They are the proud parents of five children.

During the 1996 season with the Philadelphia Eagles, Pastor Randall met Pastor Troy Johnson whom he would spend significant quality time with and would ultimately become a valuable mentor. “During my time off from playing ball, I wanted a relationship with someone who would teach me accountability, and as I spent quality time with Troy, I learned, hands-on, that being a servant of God meant more than simply referring to myself as a Christian. Pastor Troy constantly poured truth into my life, teaching me consecration, the importance of fasting, and how to use my time wisely seeking after the heart of God. Pastor Troy was divinely appointed to challenge me to go deeper in the things of the spirit.” – Pastor Randall

After spending a year-and-a-half away from professional football, traveling, evangelizing, and sharing his testimony, Randall would return to the NFL to play quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. It was during his time with the Vikings that he met then Team Chaplain, Reverend Keith Johnson. Keith, who is the founder of C.A.U.S.E (Christian Athletes United for Spiritual Empowerment), impacted Randall and Felicity so significantly that they made the decision to join his ministry and become members of its Board of Directors.

In 1998 Randall achieved Most Valuable Player honors in the NFL; his 3rd time doing so in 13 years, and it was during the 1998 off-season that he began an intimate bible study in his Las Vegas home. Six years later this impromptu bible study would become what is now Remnant Ministries; A Multi-Cultural Christian Fellowship.

After spending 8 years under the direction of Pastor John Michaels, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Spring Valley, Randall was ordained a pastor. “It was a long time coming. I was told I would be a pastor when I was a child. It was a prophetic message that has now come to fruition. I love people, and desperately want to see them come to know Christ. My desire is to pour out all that God pours into me. By doing so the heart of Jesus will be felt, and many will come to know the Savior of the world. It was He who gave His life as a ransom for all who would believe in His name. As long as we remain heavenly minded, He will accomplish His will through us.” – Pastor Randall

Come join us and experience the love of God through our ministry. We are a non-denominational, multicultural fellowship that believes Jesus receives all who repent and believe in Him.

OUR PASTOR.

RANDALL CUNNINGHAM, SENIOR PASTOR

Pastor Randall was born in Santa Barbara, California. He has three older brothers; Anthony, Bruce, and Sam “Bam” Cunningham who played for 10 years in the NFL with the New England Patriots. After becoming an All-American football player at UNLV, Randall played 16 seasons in the NFL, starting with the Philadelphia Eagles. He would later play for the Minnesota Vikings, the Baltimore Ravens, and the Dallas Cowboys. In May of 1993 Pastor Randall married his lovely wife Felicity De Jager of Johannesburg South Africa. They are the proud parents of five children.

During the 1996 season with the Philadelphia Eagles, Pastor Randall met Pastor Troy Johnson whom he would spend significant quality time with and would ultimately become a valuable mentor. “During my time off from playing ball, I wanted a relationship with someone who would teach me accountability, and as I spent quality time with Troy, I learned, hands-on, that being a servant of God meant more than simply referring to myself as a Christian. Pastor Troy constantly poured truth into my life, teaching me consecration, the importance of fasting, and how to use my time wisely seeking after the heart of God. Pastor Troy was divinely appointed to challenge me to go deeper in the things of the spirit.” – Pastor Randall

After spending a year-and-a-half away from professional football, traveling, evangelizing, and sharing his testimony, Randall would return to the NFL to play quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings. It was during his time with the Vikings that he met then Team Chaplain, Reverend Keith Johnson. Keith, who is the founder of C.A.U.S.E (Christian Athletes United for Spiritual Empowerment), impacted Randall and Felicity so significantly that they made the decision to join his ministry and become members of its Board of Directors.

In 1998 Randall achieved Most Valuable Player honors in the NFL; his 3rd time doing so in 13 years, and it was during the 1998 off-season that he began an intimate bible study in his Las Vegas home. Six years later this impromptu bible study would become what is now Remnant Ministries; A Multi-Cultural Christian Fellowship.

After spending 8 years under the direction of Pastor John Michaels, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Spring Valley, Randall was ordained a pastor. “It was a long time coming. I was told I would be a pastor when I was a child. It was a prophetic message that has now come to fruition. I love people, and desperately want to see them come to know Christ. My desire is to pour out all that God pours into me. By doing so the heart of Jesus will be felt, and many will come to know the Savior of the world. It was He who gave His life as a ransom for all who would believe in His name. As long as we remain heavenly minded, He will accomplish His will through us.” – Pastor Randall

Come join us and experience the love of God through our ministry. We are a non-denominational, multicultural fellowship that believes Jesus receives all who repent and believe in Him.

Follow Us:

 

Remnant Ministries

325 E. Windmill Lane
Las Vegas, Nevada 89123 

 

Tel. 702.269.7803
Fax. 702.269.8477
info@remnantministries.net

Service Dates & Times

Wednesday Evening Service
6:30 PM

Sunday Morning  Service
8:00am | 9:30am | 11:00am

Spanish Language Service Sunday 1 pm  |  Friday 6:30pm