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He at­tended a Bible in­sti­tute on Waltham Park Road in Kingston be­fore mov­ing on to Bethel Bible Col­lege in prepa­ra­tion for min­istry.

“I worked un­der the aus­pices of Bishop Herro Blair as youth pas­tor for some time un­til I was trans­ferred to the Deans Val­ley De­liv­er­ance Cen­tre in West­more­land. I served and left then went back to serve again un­til I mi­grated with my fam­ily to live over­seas,’’ said Gor­don.

The church leader ad­mit­ted that he made a few mis­takes on his jour­ney but that he has been for­given.

He pointed out that we all make poor choices but en­cour­aged per­sons to stay the course.

“Un­der­stand that there is a call on your life, and walk in the fact that He is a for­giv­ing God. Learn from it (mis­take), and most im­por­tantly, de­velop and be­come a bet­ter per­son,” he said.

He said that he has ex­pe­ri­enced com­pas­sion, love, mercy, and care from the Lord and other peo­ple.

“All of them have helped me to be­come a bet­ter per­son to­day. I am more ma­ture, more re­spon­si­ble, and am a more fo­cus-driven in­di­vid­ual. For that I give God thanks,” tes­ti­fied Gor­don.

He has been walk­ing with the Lord for over 30 years and cur­rently serves at the Ba­nana Ground New Tes­ta­ment Church of God in Manch­ester as an as­sis­tant pas­tor.

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