Rev. Larry L. Graham, M.Th.                   

Larry was born and raised in Winter Garden, Florida in a Christian home. He was an active member of First Assembly of God Church having served in youth ministries and as a musician. Throughout his adolescence and high school years, Larry was an exceptional athlete, culminating in a football scholarship to the University of Kansas, where he was a fullback for the Jayhawks.

Pursing a degree in physical therapy, his life was unexpectedly redirected, as he knelt at an altar, in his home church. Struggling in prayer, the Lord brought to his memory the nudge toward a life of ministry that he’d encountered at youth camp, years earlier. His life was forever changed, as he completely surrendered to the call of God on his life.

He graduated in 1978 with a Bachelor Degree in Bible and Theology from Southeastern Assembly of God College, Lakeland, FL and he was ordained in 1978. He went on to earn a Masters Degree in Theology. 

His ministry began in Pine Hills, FL where he served as Pastor four years. It was during these early years of ministry that Larry was healed from a ruptured disc. He was in the hospital awaiting surgery when his doctor examined him one more time and commented, “It looks like you got that miracle you’ve  been praying for!”   As a result of his testimony, Fleming Heights Assembly saw many miracles, as lives were transformed by the power of God.  He went on to co-pastor for 13 years in Porter, Texas 

Larry and Pat Graham co-founded Broken Clay Ministries formed 2013 and was granted  a 501c3 non-profit organization status and is registered with the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service, and issued a Certificate of Formation from the State of Texas Office of the Secretary of State.

BCM began it's missionary outreach to Africa in the year of its inception with leadership conferences and ministry to disadvantage widows in Kenya.  Doors of ministry continued as the Grahams worked with Bishop Peter Onguko in various areas of the country. This continues to be a strong relationship with subsequent ministry in Kenya.
In 2016 Broken Clay Ministries and our donors launched a feeding program targeting primary age school children living in the slums of Kampala, Uganda.  This outreach of BCM has greatly expanded to currently providing 5000 meals each week. 
In 2017 Broken Clay Ministries began participating in prison ministry outreach Texas.  With each subsequent opportunity to reach out  to those held captive by sin and a life-time of wrong choices, Larry's  passion grew.  He would eventually accept the position of Pastor of Prison Ministries at the Ark Fellowship Church.  
Rev. Larry L. Graham is ordained with Christ for the Nations, Dallas, Texas and is a member of CFN Fellowship of Ministers and Churches.
He is also a Gideon and a great advocate of distributing bible locally and to the nations. 
 Patricia R. Graham  
Raised in a Greek Orthodox home in Warwick, Rhode Island, Pat was an active member of the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church. In her mid-twenties, her life was forever transformed while watching a Billy Graham crusade, as she surrendered her life to the Lordship of Jesus Christ.

Moving to Texas, Pat attended several Assembly of God churches over the years. She served in Woman's Ministries, as a Sunday School teacher, a choir member and Missions Director.  
International missions became her passion resulting in several short-term mission trips to Northern Ireland, Belgium, Holland, Mexico and Cuba.   Pat Graham is an ordained minister with Sceptre Alliance Ministers Fellowship.  Larry and Pat Graham are founders of Broken Clay Ministries reaching out to the nations. Together they minister in 
Kenya and Uganda, Africa.

With a burning desire in their hearts to see lives transformed by the power of God, Broken Clay Ministries was formed and  granted a 501c3 non-profit organization status in 2013, and is registered with the Department of the Treasury Internal Revenue Service. BCM was issued a Certificate of Formation from the State of Texas Office of the Secretary of State. 
In 2016 Broken Clay Ministries launched a feeding program in Kampala, Uganda targeting children living in the slums through a school feeding program provided by BCM.   God's faithfulness and His grace has enables BCM and its donors to provide 5000 meals Monday - Saturday.
The Grahams are members of the Ark Fellowship in Cypress, TX where they whole heartedly support the vision of Pastors Goodluck and Angela Okotie-Eboh.  Larry and Pat serve on the prayer team and both have a passion for prison ministry. 
If you live in the Cypress, Texas area we encourage you to visit the Ark Fellowship, 13237 Kluge Rd, Cypress, TX 77429