Tuscaloosa Pastor the Week: Pastor Terrence Cade
Praise 93.3 & 790 WTSK salutes our Tuscaloosa Pastor of the Week, Pastor Terrence E. Cade of Crossroads College & Young Adult Ministries on the campus of the University of Alabama. Services are held on Sundays at 10am and Thursdays at 7pm to serve students and the Tuscaloosa community.
Pastor Cade, the son of Columbus and Esther Cade, was born on May 2, 1961, in Bessemer, Al. He is the husband of Charlotte Cade and proud father of Terrence E II, Kendrick D and Ja’Kiya Cade. He was Educated in Bessemer City Public School.
Upon graduating from high school in 1979, Pastor Cade pursued a career in the Marines Recon Division and law enforcement at The University of Al, where He also studied Criminal Justice.
As of June 2006, he retired to fulfill his calling to the ministry.
In the year of 2000, Pastor Cade rededicated his life to Christ and the ministry. God led Pastor Cade in 2014 to follow the vision of his wife Assoc. Pastor Charlotte Cade in the birth of Crossroad College & Young Adult Ministry in Tuscaloosa, Al where He Acknowledge his calling to Pastor, along with his wife Associate Pastor Charlotte Cade to help our College and Young Adult find their Identity in Christ.
In 2001, Pastor Cade was ordained as Deacon Chairman at True Light Ministry, under Pastor Herman Edwards, also in 2002 Pastor Cade was ordained and license to preach at True Light Ministries, under Pastor Herman Edwards.
In 2003 Pastor Cade completed seminary school training under the Alabama Dept. of Correction Chaplain program, where he was certified as a Chaplain. Pastor Cade was then training by Prison Fellowship to teach a father program, Inside / Out Dad to help incarcerated father build relationships with their kids from the inside at Bibb County Correctional. Pastor Cade and wife Charlotte also serve as Directors of Angel Tree in Tuscaloosa, where we assist kids of incarcerated parents for Christmas
In 2018 Pastor Cade was commissioned and License to preach, by the State of Alabama Church, under The Leadership of State Chairman Elder James I. Marshall and Assistant Chairman William Jones.