Bishop Daniel Littleton
A servant of the Most High God, Bishop Daniel Titus Littleton is a humble man committed to the great commission of Jesus Christ to spread the Good News of the Gospel. He is passionate about winning souls for the Kingdom and dedicated to sharing God’s love with all mankind.
A native of Jackson, Mississippi, Bishop Littleton is a graduate of Lanier High School and Phillips College. He also attended Jackson State University, where he studied Business Administration. He earned numerous certificates in Information Technology Management and served 29 years in the Information Technology department of the Jackson Public School District (JPS). In 2010, he retired as a JPS ERATE Administrator and devoted his life full-time to ministry.
Bishop Littleton was appointed Prelate of the Mississippi Southern First Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of the Church of God in Christ in 2017. He is also Pastor of Greater Deliverance COGIC, a progressive ministry serving communities in two locations, Forest and Byram, Mississippi. A visionary leader, faith builder and spiritual motivator, he has labored in the Gospel more than 22 years. During this time, he has pastored four congregations, rebuilt two churches and birth dozens of sons and daughters in the gospel.
As a humanitarian, he founded GDC Community Outreach, Inc. to meet the social and physical needs of the community. He also established the We Are One Disaster Relief Fund, which provides assistance to persons who have suffered a lose or damage to property as a result of a natural disaster; and the We Are One Food Security Program to assist those who lost income as a direct result of COVID-19. Additionally, he supports several charities, including COGIC Charities, Mississippi Food Network and the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews.
Bishop Littleton is married to Wanda Littleton. They have two daughters, one son-in-law and six grandchildren.