Adonica Browne Bio, Wiki
Adonica Browne is the wife of Rodney Howard-Browne, a South African-born American Christian preacher and evangelist from the pentecostal wing of the protestant evangelical church. He is a pastor of The River at Tampa Bay, a church that he and his wife founded in 1996, and heads Revival Ministries International.
Adonica Browne & Rodney Howard-Browne Background
Adonica was born in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, and raised in Johannesburg as per the couple’s website. She gave her heart to the Lord at the age of seventeen.
Adonica and Rodney met and married in 1981. They immediately went full-time together into the traveling ministry. From the time of their marriage to 1987, they traveled across Southern Africa, including Zimbabwe and Namibia, preaching the Gospel. In 1983, they pioneered a church in the Northeastern Cape and pastored there for two years. After that, Rodney taught classes in a leading Bible School for another two years.
Rodney Howard-Browne and his wife, Adonica Howard-Browne, has previously spent time at the White House. He shared a photo to Facebook on July 11, 2017, as he stood over President Donald Trump with his hands on the president’s back. Vice President Mike Pence can be seen amongst the men in the group, with his head bowed in prayer. Howard-Browne and his wife were invited by televangelist Paula White-Cain, Vanity Fair reported.
The couple founded The River at Tampa Bay Church in December 1996.
Adonica Browne & Rodney Howard-Browne Children
The couple has 2 children Kirsten, born in 1982 and Kenneth, born in 1987. Rodney and Adonica’s second daughter, Kelly May (born in 1984) was born with an incurable lung disease, called Cystic Fibrosis. The disease slowly destroyed her lungs and early on Christmas morning 2002, at the age of eighteen, after being on oxygen for fourteen months, she ran out of lung capacity and breathed her last breath.
Rodney Howard-Browne Arrested after Keeping his Church open amid the Coronavirus Pandemic
Howard-Browne kept his church open during the 2020 coronavirus pandemic. On March 15th, he told his congregants to continue shaking hands because they were “revivalists, not pansies”. He also claimed in his sermon that the pandemic was a “phantom plague” engineered by the Rockefeller Foundation to shut down churches and force people to receive a vaccine that would cause mass deaths, all as part of a population control scheme. Several weeks prior, Howard-Browne claimed in a video that he would cure Florida of coronavirus.
In a clip shared by Right Wing Watch in February 2020, Howard-Browne claimed that he cured Florida of the zika virus “in the name of Jesus” and vowed that he would do the same against the coronavirus.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff announced on March 30 that he had obtained an arrest warrant for the pastor’s arrest. About an hour later, Howard-Browne was booked into the Hernando County Detention Center, inmate records show.
Exactly !!! 🙄 https://t.co/2s1lnztRO2
— Rodney Howard-Browne (@rhowardbrowne) March 15, 2020
Rodney Howard-Browne Net Worth
His estimated to be in the range of approximately $199855158 in 2020.