​Bro. McClendon is the author of " What Must I Do to Be Saved" a Practical Bible Study on Salvation and Church Growth. He has an established expertise on Personal Evangelism and Church Growth, his talent and skills are in constant demand throughout the country. He has conducted Leadership Training and Discipline Workshops and Gospel/Revival Meetings from the east to the west coast. 
Brother Charlie McClendon has been preaching the gospel for over 35 years. (Minister) Walter Cox, Jr., at the Westside Church of Christ in Jacksonville, Florida baptized him in 1962. He began preaching a few years later under the mentorship of Brother Walter Cox.

​He served as the Assistant Minister at the Westside Church of Christ, and as one of the elders for several years. He also preached at the Miller Street Church of Christ in Orange Park, Florida for 4 years. In June 1973, Charlie McClendon became the full-time minister of the Northside Church of Christ in Jacksonville, Florida where he is still 

Brother McClendon has participated on lectureships, conducted gospel revival meetings and workshops all over the country. He had the distinct pleasure of preaching in the Holy Land in 1997. 

​With Brother McClendon’s specialty being Personal Evangelism and Church Growth, his talent and skills are in constant demand throughout the country. He has also conducted Leadership Training and Discipline Workshops and Gospel/Revival Meetings from the east to the west coast. When he is in the office, along with a host of other duties and responsibilities that comes along with being the Senior Minister of over 1500 members, he is busy counseling, preparing for workshops, organizing new ministries and outreach programs, and planning the next phase of the congregation's building 

Brother Charlie McClendon has been married to the former, Ida Walker for 59 years. They are the parents of 2 sons, 3 daughters, 17 grandchildren and 31 great grand children.


Bro & Sis. Charlie E. McClendon


Author of Practical Church Growth Workshop


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