"And thus shall ye eat it; with your loins girded, your shoes on your feet, and your staff in your hand . . . "
This is the Leadership Staff of Whosoever Will Let Them Come Ministries, Inc. Moses also had a staff.
God did many great works through Moses
while he had his "staff" in his hand.
This is the "staff" in the hands of
Bishop and Senior Pastor Brown.
Mother Earlene Turner is a former member of New Beginnings Community Christian Church. Eight (8) members remained after New Beginnings was dissolved. Seven (7) of them transitioned their membership to discipleship with Whosoever Will, Mother Turner was one of the 7 that remained; (the remnant, that which remains, Jeremiah 23:3). Mother Turner says, “We have grown in kindness, love, prayer and wisdom.” She is Mother of the church, a member of the Pastor’s Aide, a Sunday School Teacher and a member of the Finance Committee. Mother Turner is a retired school teacher but an enlisted and presently active educator in ministry. She’s also the mother of 2-sons and has mothered and does mother hundreds of children continually. She’s a nurturer and one who teaches well both verbally and silently. She’s involved in community activities and represents her church at other church’s functions during special events. She’s well-known throughout the community and in many states throughout the country She thanks God for the awesome things He has done under the leadership of Bishop Christopher Brown and Pastor Patricia Brown. We as a ministry are grateful to have Mother Turner with us. She’s a mighty woman of God and a prayer warrior. She’s been called a “The Sitting Hen” of WWLTC who watches as well as prays.
Elder Jackie Bush is a woman of loves God and His people. She desires to be the greatest student of God's Word and wants to "work the work" of the Lord. When she first stepped into Whosoever Will Let Them Come, she knew this is the place that God had sent her for further empowerment, to teach her and revitalize her, because when she initially arrived, she was weary, worn, deeply wounded and tired ("damaged goods"). She had decided that she was finished with this "church stuff." BUT GOD had other plans. In this place, the air was fresh and the soil was rich and fertile. Elder Bush is proud to be one of WWLTC's Missionaries. She has been ordained as a Minister of the Gospel and ordained as an Elder. Her desire is to empower and encourage others to do God's Will. God has gifted Elder Bush in a few areas but her greatest gifting is to love. She is the wife of David Bush, the mother of 3 and the grandmother of 6. Each time she enters WWLTC, she smiles on the outside, but on the inside she's still clicking her heels and saying, "there's no place like home!"
Deacon David P. Bush is a native of Salisbury, North Carolina and a veteran of the United States Army. In an attempt to turn his life around, Deacon Bush came to Christ in 1992. He was delivered from drugs and alcohol and joined the church. He's previously served on the Media Ministry, Men’s Choir, Men’s Ministry Leader and a Boy Scout Troop Leader. He was initially ordained as a Deacon in 2003. A few years later, Deacon Bush found the church that God called him to, namely Whosoever Will Let Them Come (WWLTC). He now serves as Outreach Leader, Deacon and Men’s Ministry (The Men of Valor) Leader. The transformation of this man’s life is mind-boggling, and he feels that he's home at last and is able to pursue his full potential in God. He is the husband of one wife, has 3-children and 6-grandchildren. You can usually tell that Deacon Bush is in the area when you hear him exclaim with a mighty shout . . . HALLELUUUUUUUUUUUUUJAH!
Deaconess Catherine B. Clinding is a native of Statesville, North Carolina. She was married to William L. Clinding and moved to Salisbury in 1971. God has blesed her with two (2) wonderful children, Russell T. Clinding of Atlanta, Georgia and Tara L. Clinding of Durham, North Carolina. She is a former member of New Beginnings Community Christian Church. Eight (8) members remained after New Beginnings was dissolved. Seven (7) of them transitioned their membership to discipleship with Whosoever Will, Deaconess Clinding was one of the 7 that remained. She is now a disciple of Whosoever Will Let Them Come Ministries (WWLTC) under the leadership of the Holy Spirit and Bishop Chris F. and Pastor Patricia A. Brown. She is saved and a servant for the Lord. Isaiah 40:31 "But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount-up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary, and they shall walk and not faint." She is the President of the Ushers' Ministry, teaches Bible Study and is active in the Camp Ministry at Piedmont Correction Center, a member of the Pastor's Aide and the Women of Faith Ministries. Deaconess Clinding is a nurse by profession and Calling. She frequently visists those in the nursing home and helps to clothe those in need. She recently implemented the WWLTC Clothes Closet which is an enrichment to the Outreach Ministry of WWLTC. Just as gas is required for a car to run, she is an essential asset to WWLTC and its leaders.
Tina (after God’s own heart) Jackson,
is from Mount Gilead, North Carolina. Her family moved to Albemarle, North Carolina when she was nearly 8-years old. She is the youngest of five siblings (two brothers and two sisters). Tina attended school in Albemarle then completed her high school courses at DCCC in Lexington, North Carolina. She has achieved many of her goals over the years at MCCC in Troy, North Carolina. Tina completed the Nurse’s Aid course at Rowan Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury then later received her license as a LNA (Licensed Nursing Assistant). Tina has been married for many years to Minister Henry Jackson. They have four children and several grandchildren. Tina came into the full knowledge of Christ in 1999 at the age of 26 and has been serving the Lord ever since, and she joined WWLTC Ministries on August 5, 2007. Tina now teaches Gods Word verbally and by example at Piedmont Correctional Institute PCI in Salisbury where she and her ministry faithfully volunteers.
Salemburg, North Carolina has the honor of calling itself the birthplace of Youth Pastor Gloris Harris (born Gloris Rich). She is the daughter of Linwood Mathis and Gloristine Rich. Called into ministry in December of 2009, she gave her initial sermon, "Turning Back is NOT An Option." Since that time, she's been with God and for God. She has a zeal to please the Lord and a strong desire to be all He has ordained her to be in Him!!! This is not just a woman but a Woman of God who is after God's own Heart!!! On August 13, 2011, this rib was located by its Adam in the form of Youth Pastor Jamar Harris as God joined her with her Man of God, and they have one daughter and one son, Josiah Gabriel. Youth Pastor Glo (as she's affectionately called) graduated from Livingstone College with a Bachelors of Art in Sociology. She's currently pursuing her Masters in Rehabilitation Counseling at North Carolina A&T State University, eventually realizing her hopes of a business-owner working with people with disabilities as well as men and women who have been incarcerated. The Lord lead her to joined WWLTC in August of 2008. She presently serves as a Youth Pastor along side of her husband, Youth Pastor Jamar. She has a strong desire to help lead young women to a personal relationship with our Lord and Personal Savior, Jesus Christ.
Henry Jackson, Jr. is the third of four children born to the late Henry Jackson, Sr. and Pecolia Scarborough. They are from Mount Gilead, North Carolina. He attended the Montgomery County School System and graduated from West Montgomery High School. Minister is a gifted in many, many areas one of them is ministering the Word of God. He was a truck driver for a couple years then decided to give-up long distance driving to be home with his family and attend his ministry faithfully. Minister Jackson currently attends Rowan-Cabarrus Community College in Salisbury aspiring to receive his AS Degree in Auto Mechanics. He is a disciple of WWLTC where he also faithful volunteers at Piedmont Correctional Institute (PCI) in Salisbury serving other disciples and future disciples “behind the wire” as he ministers the Word of God. Truly, he is a poster child as a “spiritual comeback.” He’s not shy about sharing is remarkable testimony of how he WAS lost “BUT GOD!”
Physically born December 15, 1981, Youth Pastor Jamar Harris was spiritually re-born at age 11 under the leadership of the late Bishop J. H. Covington founder of the Power House of Deliverance Ministries, in Greensboro, North Carolina. He continued there serving under the leadership of Bishop W. L. Washington and was filled with the Holy Ghost and accepted the Call of God on his life in June 2004. In 2011, he became a disciple at Whosoever Will Let Them Come Ministries, Inc. (WWLTC) under the leadership of Bishop and Sr. Pastor Brown. He presently serves at WWLTC in the capacity of the Minister of Music, Worship Leader and Youth Pastor along side his wife, Youth Pastor Gloris M. Harris. He's the father two children, Jada and Josiah Harris, the husband of one wife and a servant of one God who has made him a servant to all within His Kingdom and to His people. Youth Pastor Jamar often says it and always believes it . . . "Nobody But God!"