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"Changing a generation"

About me:

Zachariah Radcliffe, also known as Zee, is a 27 year old minister who was born and raised in San Jose, California. Zee grew up in the city-shaking church of Victory Outreach San Jose and at the age of 9 his parents became directors of the church's Women's Recovery Home. Zee had a front row seat in watching broken lives be healed and transformed by the power of God. At the age of 15, Zee found himself battling a drug addiction that began in his freshman year of high school. Zee knew he had to make a decision to either answer the call of God, or let his drug addiction take over. Zee chose to leave everything He'd known to move to Manteca, California in hopes of a fresh start. He moved in with his Uncle and Aunt; Ben and Valerie Lucero. Zee was radically transformed in the midst of a tremendous revival called "The Awakening". After giving his life to the Lord Zee started to write songs and minister through music at different churches and outreaches. At 17 years old, Zee released his debut album called "Platinum". Zee had been a member of Christian Worship Center church from the time he first moved to Manteca, but in 2015 he enrolled at "Christian Worship Center Academy" bible college to grow in God's word. Zee then graduated in 2018 with a bachelors degree in theology and was ordained as a Pastor under Bishop Steve Perea. Zee is married to his first love Seleste Radcliffe who shares the same passion to do God's will. Together, they have two beautiful daughters named Winter Psalm Radcliffe and Summer Adeline Radcliffe. Zee and Seleste continue to preach the gospel and minister through music all across the world. Zee has now published five albums

( Platinum - 2014, Death of the Giants - 2016, Joseph Dreams - 2018, Adeline - 2020, Faithful to the finish - 2021) 

Zee and Seleste's mission is to see souls saved and lives transformed through music and the word of God.


Mark 16:15 "He said to them, "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation."

"Changing a generation"

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