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Mpumalanga Province Council

South Africa l 65


      Bishop Fredrick Jackson


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The Pentecostal Assemblies of the World continues to work in the area to share the gospel .

Pastor Jackson was born August 28th to District Elder and Sis. Freddie Jackson of Purvis, Mississippi. Pastor Jackson began preaching January 3, 1993 at the age of 14 and has been enjoying the ministry to this present time. He loves preaching and teaching the word of God and will not compromise the Gospel of Jesus. He has toured the country preaching during revivals, conferences, conventions, etc. In 36 of the 50 United States.

Pastor Jackson was ordained in October, 2002 by the Mississippi and Western Tennessee District Council of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World. He served as Vice Chairman of the License/Credential Committee, standing member of the Resolution Committee, President of the Mississippi and Western District Council Young People’s Union, Treasurer’s Assistant, Aenon Bible College Extension Coordinator.

At his home church (Christ Temple, Purvis, MS) he served as Assistant Pastor, Sunday School Superintendent, church organist and the administrator of the “King’s” Kids Learning Center. Because of his working knowledge and ability to understand the needs of the community, he was the author of many grant proposals, which brought new programs to the Southern Mississippi area. These proposals were written by Pastor Jackson, submitted to federal agencies and grant funds were awarded for community programs. He has been awarded grants by such agencies as Mississippi Action for Progress, Corporation for National and Community Service (MLK Day), and also the Mississippi Department of Human Services to name a few.

Pastor Jackson received his High School diploma from Purvis High School, he later received his Associate's degree in Applied Science/Marketing and Management from Pearl River Community College. He was asked by the Superintendent of Education in Mississippi to serve on the Craft Committee for Baxterville High School and was the first African-American youth to serve in the history of that committee. The Craft Committee is a committee designed to aid in the enhancement of better education and renovation of schools for more tech prep classes. He has received credentials as a Certified Anger Management Specialist from the Life Enrichment Center of Longview, Texas, he also has received 6 credit hours in Church Management and Tax Law from the Chitwood and Chitwood Firm of Memphis, TN.

Pastor Jackson was listed among the Presidential Who’s Who among Business Leaders in 2009. In March 2011 Pastor Jackson hosted the National Curriculum and Training Institute of Phoenix, AZ and was certified as a “Real Colors” facilitator. 

This is a training tool used to identify the personality traits of individuals, which allow a person to:

• Discover their personal strengths
• Learn to recognize the strengths of others
• Learn how to build instant rapport with people
• Learn the most effective methods of speaking to different people
• Learn to hear what people are really saying
• Discover the different ways individuals process information

Pastor Fredrick Jeremy Jackson became the PASTOR of the Greater Grace Apostolic Church on Friday, February 10, 2006. Pastor Jackson’s installation service was Sunday, June 4, 2006. In addition to pastoring Greater Grace, Pastor was appointed Associate Pastor of Christ Church of Deliverance, February 17, 2010. The announcement “one CHURCH, two locations” was on June 13, 2010. On Wednesday, May 4, 2011, Suffragan Bishop Andrew Clancy announced his retirement as Pastor and stated that Pastor Fredrick Jeremy Jackson would be his successor. Wednesday, May 25, 2011 Pastor Fredrick Jackson was installed as PASTOR of Christ Church of Deliverance #1. Bishop Theodore L. Brooks, Diocesan of the Connecticut District Council Episcopal District #20, the Second Presiding Bishop of the PAW, Inc. officiated the installation service.

Pastor Jackson was united in holy matrimony to his lovely bride, Evang. Michelle Jackson on Saturday, June 3, 2006. On Sunday, March 21, 2010 the Lord blessed Pastor and Evang. Jackson to be the proud parents of - Master Jeremiah DaQuan Jackson.

Greater Grace Apostolic Church and Christ Church of Deliverance are blessed to have Pastor Jackson as our Shepherd. A man of God that feeds his people daily with the WORD. Don’t let this get out but we have our own “preaching machine”. He is a visionary man, always seeking growth for his people. A Faith builder, encouraging the saints you are healed, you are delivered and you are set free!! A Man of God who preaches and teaches against sin. May G-d continue to grant you His peace is my prayer.

Mpumalanga is a region of spectacular and scenic beauty coupled with an abundance of wildlife.  Bordered by Mozambique and Swaziland to the east and Gauteng to the west, it is situated mainly on the high plateau grasslands of the Middleveld.

The province experiences summer rainfall with the occasional winter snowfall on high ground.  Thick mist is common during the hot and humid summers.

The capital of Mpumalanga is Mbombela (Nelspruit) and is the administrative and business hub of the Lowveld.  Sabieand Graskop provide a large part of the country's forestry products of which the plantations form an ideal backdrop for ecotourism opportunities.  There are a variety of popular hiking trails, waterfalls and patches of indigenous forest coupled with many nature reserves.  Lake Chrissie is the largest natural freshwater lake in South Africa - famous for its variety of aquatic birds, including flamingos.

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