About Bring the Light Ministries
Earl Fitzsimmons is an expert in discipleship and human relationships. He helps men understand their role in the Kingdom of God. He has also dedicated his life to ministering to the Body Christ by empowering and equipping others in seemingly hopeless situations to achieve the impossible.
He accepted Christ when he was at Campus Crusade for Christ in January 1983. Earl then began work in student leadership at Western Illinois University where he discovered a passion for discipleship and God’s Word. Through CCC he attended the Institute for Biblical Studies with an emphasis in the Old Testament, participated in campus and other evangelical outreaches as well as a summer leadership project.
Throughout his life Earl battled alcohol and drug addiction, but with God’s grace and Alcoholics Anonymous, he is victoriously sober since October 31st 2006. Earl integrates principles of the successful 12-step program into discipleship and coaching.
Two years into recovery he returned to school and graduated Summa Cum Laude. Equipped with a degree in Psychology and became a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, Earl worked in a local Dallas treatment center for 3 years.
- Life/Business Development Coach
- 20 years experience in 1:1 discipleship
- CEO of a commercial LED Lighting business
- 15 year entrepreneur
- ordained pastor, and speaker in Treatment Centers, recovery groups as well as businesses
Earl specializes in couple’s counseling, domestic violence, resentment and restitution work.
Often called the “Johnny Appleseed” of Bibles, Earl brings God’s word to the homeless and veterans as funded by his ministry, Bring The Light Ministries, it compliments the LED business with the slogan, “Some bring the rain, We bring the light! Matthew 5:16”.
Availability for speaking engagements, interventions, and life/business development coaching upon request.
As disciples of Christ we follow His teachings as a new way of life, authentically portraying and leading a life that exemplifies the meaning of the word Christian. (Ephesians 4:24)
By connecting with people one on one in a proactive, compassionate way, we impact our world and create lasting positive transformation. (I Corinthians 12:14-21)
The Word of God
The Bible is our guide for life. The source of wisdom that renews the hearts, mind and soul of mankind. (2 Timothy 3:16-17)
We show the world we are Disciples of Christ by meeting the needs of other people. (Matthew 10:42)
As Disciples of Christ, we are called to lead by serving one another in love in all areas of our lives. (John 13:1-17, Philippians 2:7-8)
Through our efforts in personal growth and development and in community contribution we discover the key to a quality Christian life. (Daniel 6:1-5)