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BREAKING NEWS: Pastor Everett Brown has been re-elected President of Jamaica Union Conference

Pastor Everett Brown

BREAKING NEWS: Pastor Everett Brown has been re-elected President of Jamaica Union Conference


23 comments

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations to Everette Brown for positive leadership throughout the most unprecedented times.

    • | 9 months ago

      I am happy for Pastor Brown. We need a leader like him through these tough times. Be consistant. Keep your head up.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown
    You have been doing an excellence job in leading the church. Continue to be the servant you have been

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Everett Brown. May God continues to lead and inspire your leadership.

  • | 9 months ago

    To God be the glory. We will keep you all in prayer.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Mr President. May God continue to lead you in the parts of righteousness.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown. May God continue to bless, protect and guide you as you minister to His children.

  • | 9 months ago

    Guess this is the last tenure. Someone else should. be seriously considered the next time. However, God is in charge
    May God have His hands over His church to guide and protect with mercy and grace.
    We pray for the Holy Spirit’s inspiration as we lift up the team in constant prayer.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulation to Pastor Everett Brown on his re-election as president of Jamaica Union. I welcome you back to your rightful office and is committed to give you all the support needed as we work for a common purpose.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations to Pastor E. Brown whom God has chosen to continue to lead the flock in that part of the vineyard.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Mr. President.
    May you continue to be anchored and grounded in the mission of our soon coming Savior and Lord.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor and may God’s abundant grace continue to enfold you and your family as you carry the banner of servant leadership.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown! God has chosen you to lead the Jamaica Union for another term. Be assured of my prayers as you daily submit to the leading of the Holy Spirit.
    Wishing for you abundant success as we get even closer to the soon coming of Jesus.πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ

  • | 9 months ago

    I will always hold you up in prayer President Brown.
    Blessings always Sir!πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸΎ

  • | 9 months ago

    We than the Lord for His guidance. We pray for God’s His hand as the leader and the rest of the team propels the Church in these challenging times.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown. Great work pays rich dividend. Keep being humble, God has even a bigger job for you. You served well and I know you will continue the trend and get even better. Great job!

  • | 9 months ago

    Cognizant that our God remains in charge of His mission, I register my sincere congratulations to a humble servant, Pastor Everett Brown. I pray that God will continue to provide guidance to him, sterling leadership, and inspiration to the executive as he continues the expansion of the work towards increasing the citizenship of God’s Kingdom.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown! May you continue to allow the Master to lead you.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulation Pastor Brown God has chosen you again for such a time has this
    But be faithful we are praying for you

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations on your reappointment. God bless you

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations Pastor Brown. You are indeed the humble servant of our heavenly King. Continue to hold up the Saviour before you as you serve another tenure. May God continue to bless and guide your path.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations to the new administration of Jamaica Union of SDA Churches.

  • | 9 months ago

    Congratulations to the new administration of Jamaica Union of Seventh-dayAdventists Conference.

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