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Jeff Mead

Children's Pastor

The Assembly

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The Assembly

118 E. Commercial St.

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma,74012

United States

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Our Staff | The Assembly

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sca-eagles.com

Elementary chapels are led by Pastor Jeff Mead, children's pastor at The Assembly.


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Jeff Mead, children's pastor at the First Assembly of God in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, is living on a platform 30-foot up-in-the-air for a week to draw attention to needy children in the city.The stunt is part of a 4 year old group called Up in the Air For Kids out of Springfield, Missouri.Mead's


South Central Construction | Arkansas News April 2004

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When Jeff Mead decided he wanted to raise money for underprivileged children, he took his determination 30 ft. in the air with the help of the Rental Service Corp.Mead, the children's pastor at the First Assembly of God in Pine Bluff, Ark., spent a week at the top of a tower to raise awareness of the plight of underprivileged children in the United States."Jeff just called in here one day and asked about renting a lift," said Dean Bearden, manager of the RSC store in Pine Bluff.Upon descending from the tower, Mead was well on his way to reaching his fund-raising goal of $15,000.


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