Youth pastor, Omeko Glinton, founder of Change Conference said this year’s event which was held at Invaders for Christ Family Center was another success.
Glinton was especially touched by the support from youth pastors and young people from congregations throughout the island.
“First of all I want to thank God, because without Him none of this would be possible,” he said following the one-night event held January 17.
Glinton expressed special thanks to Apostle Carolyn Cooper, Elder Cooper and the whole Invaders for Christ family for graciously opening their door once again for KIP Ministries.
“I also thank Apostle Mike and Lady francis from The Just Shall Live By Faith ministry, for their support that night. Also first lady Alma Pinder and youth pastor Sharanda Mitchel, who came all the way from New Emmanuel Baptist Church, McLean's Town. A big thank you to Minister Julian Laing from St. Matthew, Pelican Point,; pastor Bruce from Calvary Temple, who brought all his youth out that night; youth pastor Cranston McDonald from the School of the Prophetic; pastor Meko; youth pastor Anton from Central Church of God and youth pastor Glen from Universal Household of Faith.”
Also attending the conference was G-Yo God's Young One from Dove 103.7; Bro. Carvin from Carvmime Ministry and Althea Pinder, a participant in the 242 Untapped and the PFC from Hawksbill “... which I may add that I will be speaking at their Youth Conference service on Wednesday, January 29 at 7:30 p.m.”
Glinton thanked everyone for their support of Change Conference 2014.
“This Change Conference 2014 was a great success and I am happy to say that the support from the youth pastors and young people was off the chart.
“I do believe that this generation does not have time for all the segregation we see, they either want God or not. I do believe that is one of the reasons God moved the way He did in this conference ... testimonies were coming in before I even left the pulpit. I got about eight testimonies from the pulpit to the door, because of the life changing word that was preached and the presence of God that was there.
“This one was most definitely on another level. Trying to put words to it would take away from it, you just had to be there ... you really can’t explain an experience and that is just what we had, an experience,” said Glinton.
“Like I always say, I am always open for going wherever to deliver God’s life changing word, so if you want your church or young people to have a change experience please don’t be shy. It’s all about seeing people’s lives change.
“To wrap it all up, all the hell that I went through leading up to this conference could not be compared to the glory we experienced that night. Thank you JESUS, can’t wait for Change Conference 2015. You can reach KIP Ministries at 1-242-533-8116 or 1-242-441-6736 pastor Omeko and Samantha Glinton.
(Published Thursday, January 23, 2014)