Robert A. Clark is a proud resident of Indianapolis, Indiana,
serving as a Minister and Elder at the Martindale God's people, he
accepted his call to the gospel preaching ministry after much prayer and
the confirmation of his pastor, Ke'tre L. Dickens. He loves to quote The
Williams Brothers hit song, stating that he is "just a nobody, trying to
tell everybody, about Somebody who can save anybody!" His passion
for people start with the youth and teens, serving for several years as
youth and young adult pastor of Martindale Church, though he has a
burning desire to affect change in the area of social justice within the
community at large. He cites as influences former pastor Dr. Rev.
Phillip L. Shobe, Pastor Ke'tre L. Dickens, Dr. Damone P. Johnson
(Metropolitan Church of Albany, NY), Dr. Thomas L. Brown, Stokely
Carmichael, Martin Luther King, and a little Malcolm X. His inspiration
comes from his pedigree instilled and nurtured by his mother, Donna,
and his maternal grandmother, Boncilla, while charged and challenged
by his paternal grandfather, Rev. Milton Manuel. Elder Clark is a
self-published author, with his current available work being the
devotional "His Will, His Way", with three more books planned
including "What is a Christian?", and "Stand, Speak, Sit: Answering
Your Call to Ministry." He is currently completing his bachelors of arts
program at Grand Canyon University where he is studying Christian
Studies with an Emphasis in Biblical Studies. He was licensed in the
gospel preaching ministry in March 2010 and ordained as an Elder in
March 2014.

Elder Clark takes joy in being united in holy matrimony to Mrs. Tinisha
Clark, and together they have 4 beautiful and talented children. His
mission for his personal ministry is to effectively reach and connect
with those who desire to know and learn about God in a new and
challenging way. To seek out the lost, minister to the helpless,
hopeless, and forgotten. To share Christ and His love with a dying
"But God shows and clearly proves His
[own] love for us by the fact that while we
were still sinners, Christ (the Messiah, the
Anointed One) died for us." Romans 5:8
N.A.S.T.E.E. Young Adult Pastor