Christian Faith Center of Creedmoor was formerly known as First Baptist Church of Creedmoor, first established in 1911. In 1973, Mack Timberlake was named as Assistant Pastor. In 1974, Mack Timberlake and Brenda Timberlake were named Senior Pastors of the then 35-member First Baptist Church.
After years of serving as Co-Pastors and experiencing steady growth in the ministry, Pastors Mack and Brenda Timberlake entered into full-time ministry together in 1979. It was during this time that the ministry began to expand in its emphasis on the practical teaching of the Word of God, debt-free living, as well as the importance of the Holy Spirit.
During 1981, the ministry opened its Child Development Center to service parents needing Christian oriented childcare in the surrounding areas. In addition, 1982 marked the official beginning of the ministry's television and radio outreach, then known as the "Bread From Heaven" broadcast, as well as the founding of the Bread From Heaven Institute, which provided ministerial and biblical training to area pastors, ministers and interested lay persons.
In 1986, the name of First Baptist Church was officially changed to Christian Faith Center of Creedmoor Incorporated and the church moved, debt-free, into a new facility on twelve acres of land. The newly renamed church received its official 501(c)(3) non-profit designation by the IRS in 1989. In 1989, the ministry also established the Christian Faith Center Academy to provide Christian-based educational training for students from Kindergarten through twelth grade. In 1989, the ministry also formed the Christian Faith Ministers' Fellowship International, a fellowship of ministries across the nation seeking mentorship and guidance in ministry, under the direction of Pastors Mack and Brenda Timberlake.
In 1992, CFC sponsored and completed the construction of The Royal Pavilions of Creedmoor, Inc., a 28 unit housing complex for the elderly and disadvantaged subsidized by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. It was also during this time that the television broadcast was renamed "Today With Mack and Brenda Timberlake" broadcast as it continued to expand across the nation and the world.