About Zion Covenant Ministries!

The Vision:Zion Covenant Ministries Vision is to teach the undiluted Word of God for salvation, set the captives free and to plant an intercessor in every family.

Pastor Bridget Israel is the Pastor of non-denominational teaching and Prayer Ministry called Zion Covenant Ministries which comprises of Zion House of Prayer and Zion Bread of Life Church. The Ministry has been based in Houston, Texas since 2001.

Her scriptural foundation is based on equipping those called and or ordained by God for the great commission. Matt. 28: 19-20
Her vision is based upon Obadiah: 17 But upon mount Zion shall be deliverance, and there shall be holiness; and the house of Jacob shall possess their possessions. She believes in holiness, deliverance and the manifestation of your God given destiny.

Pastor Bridget Israel operates under the anointing in areas of prayer, prophesy, healing and deliverance. She accepted the calling in 1991 in Cameroon, West Africa, and has been used by the Lord to preach the gospel in many countries including the United States. Her personal love, commitment and passion for the work of the Lord have made her an anointed vessel for the Kingdom for such a time as this. It challenges those around her to seek God more fervently.

Pastor Bridget believes that the word of God and prayer is a vital tool in the life of a believer. It is one of the greatest weapons our Lord gave us. The Lord Jesus Christ started and ended his Ministry with prayer according to the scriptures. Thus her Ministry holds midnight prayers seven days a week in addition to regular services on Sunday, Monday and Thursday. In fourteen years of Ministry, Pastor Bridget has held to true to the vision that the Lord has given her, summed up in the words of Luke 4:18-19… To preach the gospel; to heal the broken hearted and to preach deliverance to the captives and to declare the acceptable year of the Lord. She is a staunch advocate of education and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Education from Assemblies of God American Indian College in Phoenix, Arizona.