Brooklyn, NY –Pastor Jamaal Bernard, son of Reverend A.R. Bernard, Sr.; founder of Christian Cultural Center (CCC) in Brooklyn announces that he will be the Senior Pastor of the new CCC Long Island Campus starting February 2015.
Rev. A.R. Bernard, Sr. shared his thoughts about his son’s appointment as the pastor of the new CCC Long Island Campus, “I’m excited and looking forward to see how God is going to use him.”
Pastor Jamaal Bernard, Sr. adds, “I’m looking forward to the lives that are going to change through the Long Island Campus of CCC”.
Born and raised in Brooklyn, Pastor Jamaal is the founder of CCC’s youth ministry C3, and co-founder of its Young Adult Ministry. He has assisted in advancing various small groups within CCC, including the marriage ministry and has led individuals across the globe on evangelical mission trips to Mexico, Guatemala, the Philippines, Jamaica, Haiti and New Orleans for Hurricane Katrina, New York for Hurricane Sandy and Galveston, Texas for Hurricane Ike.
Pastor Jamaal shares: “My father taught me that no matter how good the Preacher is at ministering, if he is lacking in the operations aspect of the church…the church has a high possibility to fail.”
Pastor Jamaal has ministered his message to various churches, married couples and youth groups in other countries including: Singapore, Australia, Puerto Rico and Guatemala, to name a few.
“My focus is to establish myself as a minister, preacher and teacher while managing a growing global presence,” says Pastor Jamaal. He continues: “I want to change lives and grow individuals back to the basis approach…to become Unapologetic Ambassadors for Christ.”
Pastor Jamaal Bernard Named Sr. Pastor at Christian Cultural Center’s New Long Island Campus was originally published on praisecleveland.com