bpcusa--From the Pastor

 About me   .   .   . 

      Hello my name is Rev. Eric E. Williams.  As the home page states, I am the Pastor here at Brotherhood.  I have been their Pastor for 9 years.  I was first licensed in the gospel ministry in 1977.   In 1996 I became a member of the Pastoral staff of Strangers Rest Missionary Baptist Church, where I was ordained and served as Assistant to the Pastor for 10 years, until accepting the call to Brotherhood in 2006. While serving at Stranger’s Rest, I was the youth minister, created several programs for growth and development.  I also guided the church through the process of creating a mission and vision statement. I attended Tabor College and earned two degrees, a BS in Christian Ministries and a BS in Management Organization and Development. Additionally, I earned a double majors Masters in Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development from Webster University.

My Faith Statement    .    .    .

     I believe that Jesus has a work for us all and my calling is at Brotherhood Presbyterian Church USA.  I believe that the purpose of the church is to be instrumental in the ministry of Jesus Christ, through evangelism, preaching and teaching so that individuals become disciples and followers of Christ.

  I believe in the Christian faith, the faith of being followers of Chirst.

     A Christian is more than someone who just carries the notation or identifier.  Being a Christian means to be Christ like in our walk, talk, and all that we do.  The Bible states “Let this mind be in you that is also in Christ Jesus”.  A Christian is someone who does not just read the word of Goterasvhd, but lives it.  By example; we should show compassion and understanding, pray for wisdom and knowledge, and be forgiving as Christ did when he pleaded for the forgiveness of those who had condemned him while hanging on the cross.  

      I believe that Christ died for my sins.  My commitment is rooted in my desire to evangelize, teach the word of God, preach the gospel; minister to those who are suffering spiritually and to establish myself as a vehicle of introduction to Jesus Christ for the lost, disenchanted and hurting so that they may become disciples and followers of Christ

     In my contributions to Brotherhood, as the pastor, I have worked toward unity and healing.  I attempt to lead by example.  I will not ask anyone to do anything within the scope of ministry in the church, that I am not willing to do myself.  My quest is to be a servant leader.  It is my desire and vision that Brotherhood would grow spiritually and exponentially. 

Proverbs 29:18 (King James Version)

 18Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.

    

 

 

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