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JCW Victory Ranch

JCW Ministry takes its name from Jack Cameron Wallace, who came to Detroit, MI from Phoenix, AZ on New Year's Eve, 1993, to become the Senior Pastor of Fairlane Assembly of God. The church was renamed Detroit World Outreach (DWO) and relocated to its present facility in Redford, MI in June 1997. During his 11 years of tenure and under his leadership, DWO became known as "A Church for All Colors" and grew to be one of the largest multicultural, multi-ethnic congregations in the country.
 
Victory Ranch is the newest expression of JCW Ministry as of April 2006. Bishop Jack always loved the mountains and the great outdoors. He had worked as a steer wrestler and working for the Arapaho National Forest in Colorado. One of his desires was to introduce people to the peace found in experiencing God's creation.

Victory Ranch was a place where he enjoyed coming with his family and spending time with his Heavenly Father, Pastor Gael Wallace (Bishop's widow) desires to fulfill the legacy that her husband left behind.

 
JCW Ministry was formed as an outgrowth of Bishop Wallace's international travels which took him around the world preaching the Gospel, planting churches and winning thousands to the Lord. He was the Founder, President and CEO of JCW Ministry from 1997 until his sudden death in May of 2005. Upon Bishop's death Elder Ben Gibert, Bishop's principle son in the faith became Sr. Pastor of DWO in June of 2005.
Under the awesome leadership of Pastor Ben Gibert,DWO and JCW Ministry continue to fulfill the three fold mandate to "seek and save that which is lost, destroy the works of the devil" and "live the abundant life."