King Jesus International Ministries
King Jesus International Ministry is located in the city of Miami, and is considered the fastest growing multicultural church in the United States. It currently has a membership of nearly 17,000 people and continues to grow on an ongoing basis. The development of leadership skills in each person and expansion projects that characterize this ministry, produce constant multiplication in all areas.
Apostle Guillermo Maldonado
Active in ministry for over twenty years, Apostle Guillermo Maldonado is the founder of King Jesus International Ministry—one of the fastest-growing multicultural churches in the United States—which has been recognized for its development of kingdom leaders and for visible manifestations of God’s supernatural power.
Apostle Maldonado earned a master’s degree in practical theology from Oral Roberts University and a doctorate in divinity from Vision International University. He gives spiritual coverage to 338 pastors and apostles of local and international churches in 50 countries, which form part of a growing association, the Supernatural Movement Network. Also, he is the founder of the University of the Supernatural Ministry (USM), which provides men and women with teaching, training, impartation, and activation, both in the Word and in the demonstration of God’s supernatural power.
Some of his most recent books are: How to Walk in the Supernatural Power of God, The Glory of God, The Kingdom of Power, Supernatural Transformation, Supernatural Deliverance, Divine Encounter with the Holy Spirit, Baptism in the Holy Spirit,The Restoration of Priesthood, and Breakthrough Prayer.In addition, he preaches the message of Jesus Christ and His redemptive power on his national and international television program, The Supernatural Now, which airs on TBN, Daystar, the Church Channel, and seventy other networks, thus with a potential outreach and impact to more than two billion people across the world.
Apostle Maldonado resides in Miami, Florida, with his wife and partner in ministry, Ana, and their two sons, Bryan and Ronald.