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.