Bishop John and Pastor Darlene Jackson were sterling leaders who confront to attain community through love, prayers, and a heart to see souls saved. Bishop and Pastor Jackson were destined by God to be soldiers of their kingdom, both worked in collaboration, with the god’s will for almost 4 years. Bishop as an idealistic person answered the call of God to pastor and start the community chapel of Christ church. A prodigious ability to make everyone feel special was a gift that god used to draw many to Christ. What he had, he served and encouraged others to do the same. This desiccation set an example and inspired other spiritual leaders to follow in their ministries.
Seeking education as a priority, he boosted the members to pursue both secular and Christian education. A well-rounded education can make you see clearer and you can move a long way ahead. Alongside Bishop Jackson, his wife, Darlene Jackson used to serve prayers in the church. Many lives reclaimed, souls were saved and many miracles took place.
Pastor Darlene Jackson, as a business mind and great tenacity, kept the ministry going through intercession. She catered training to women to make them spiritually and naturally strong. She modified wisdom and taught women’s purity classes that educated young women of God to submit body, mind, and soul to the lord without compromise. She as an idealistic person encouraged young people to continue their education by establishing scholarship awards and services. She alone raised money to award each high school graduate with a scholarship toward undergraduate expenses.
Pastor Darlene was preceded in death by Bishop Jackson who went home to be with the Lord on June 8th 2010. After his death, she continued to serve the Lord with purpose and obedience as the Overseer of the Community Chapel of Christ Ministries Church. There she carried the torch and continued to reach, teach and prepare the next generation of leaders to carry on the legacy of holiness, service, sacrifice and the vision of Community Chapel of Christ. She honored the Lord Jesus Christ and served Him until the day of her transition from this physical world on February 4th, 2013. With the help of the Lord, we now will continue to carry the torch of our leaders and keep the legacy alive.