Reginald Morris Lane: November 19, 1960 – August 26, 2015

Reginald M. Lane photoReginald M. Lane, married to Kelly Lane and the father of four children, was the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis Outreach Ministries Worldwide, Inc. (DOM) in Detroit, MI. In addition to DOM Detroit, Pastor Lane founded churches in Atlanta, Georgia and London, England; DOM South and Maximizing Ministries, respectively. Seven additional ministries, along with countless pastors and evangelists, have been birthed out of DOM.
Pastor Lane also served in an advisory role for Saline Ministries in New Delhi and Madras, India and sat on the Board for the Wellness Institute in London, England where he went before the Lord Chancellor’s Department to assist in establishing the first Black adult counseling center in London.
As an accomplished songwriter and producer, Lane’s ministry through music has been published throughout the nation beginning with his debut album in 2000, “Tears to Cheers.” Lane’s Restoration of Music Conference helped birth countless musicians and worship leaders over the years, and he has made a profound impact within the urban music ministry sect through discipling and the launching of music ministers around the world.
Throughout his 34 years of ministry, Reginald Lane had a growing passion to present the living savior to a dying world. He longed to see the manifestation of authentic son-ship in the church, with the church being both light and salt in a generation that needs direction and preservation. He launched a mainstream television program in 2006 called “Innerview” with a focus on delving deeper into the issues of today so that he might shine light and bring clarity to the concerns of these complicated and confusing times. In 2010, Pastor Lane founded Heroes’ Alliance – a non-profit organization birthed by the church whose mission is to engage the community of Detroit in such a way that true healing and restoration take place. Concerned for the present-day church model that focuses too much attention on growing a membership base, Pastor Lane found wisdom in what Jonathan spoke of the Lord, “. . . For nothing restrains the Lord from saving by many or by few.” And with that, he ceased to grow the church and endeavored to be the church in its full manifestation. He faithfully and fearlessly broke out of the comfort of his four walls with an understanding that:
“You are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hidden. 15 Nor do they light a lamp and put it under a basket, but on a lampstand, and it gives light to all who are in the house. 16 Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.”
Matthew 5:14-16
Visitation will be at Swanson’s Funeral Home on Thursday, September 3, from noon to 8 p.m. at Swanson Funeral Home, 14751 West McNichols, Detroit MI.  There will be a worship service celebrating the life and legacy of Reginald Lane on Friday, September 4, at 11 am at Dunamis Outreach Ministries 13220 Greenfield, Detroit, MI.

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