Reverend Brondon Reems is an ordained minister of the Gospel who acknowledged his call to ministry when he was ten years old. At the age of five, he preached his first sermon in Brooklyn, New York and is still preaching the gospel. Reems attended Bethany Bible College, and continues his in-depth study of God's Word.

Reverend Reems has a genuine heart and compassion for the community, providing 2,000 tickets to children and their families to the Oakland A's game in 2004. For the previous eight years, he has provided Christmas dinner, warm coats and sweaters to the inmates at Alameda County Juvenile Hall. He has established a Prison Ministry, visiting and ministering to inmates in Santa Rita Prison weekly. Reems is responsible for the coordination of employment development internships, co-op training programs, The Paul Reems Computer Academy and Educational Facility Training Program for youth. He works with the homeless, families in distress and individuals coping with substance abuse and emotional disabilities. He is the co-founder of the Oakland's Potters House for Young Men, a 24-hour residential care facility for young teens who have become wards of the state. Overall Reverend Reems is known as a Community Activist and Leader.

Reverend Reem's television program can currently be seen on Monday nights on channel 26 and channel 78 on Wednesday nights at 8:00 PM.