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Rev. Robert G. Childs

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Pastor

Local Address: Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States
Berean Baptist Church
 
Background

Employment History

  • Minister of Youth
    Berean Baptist Church
  • President
    Historic New England Missionary Baptist Convention
  • Assistant To the Professor of Old Testament Studies and A Lecturer In Hebrew Language
    Howard University School of Divinity
  • Lecturer and Adjunct Professor In Practical Ministries
    Howard University School of Divinity
  • Graduate Assistant To the Dean
    Chapel at Howard University
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In the 128 years of its ...
www.bereanbaptistchurchdc.com, 8 May 2007 [cached]
In the 128 years of its history, Berean has had nine ministers: Reverend William Waring, July 1877 to March 1890; Reverend J. Milton Waldron, September 1890 to April 1892; Reverend William A. Creditt, October 1892 to September 1897; Reverend David F. Rivers, March 1898 to July 1941; Reverend Theodore Peters, March 1943 to September 1944; Reverend Thomas B. Livingston, March 1945 to December 1946; Reverend Colbert H. Pearson, January 1948 to December 1970; Reverend William A. Treadwell, June 1972 to July 1984, and Reverend Robert G. Childs, February 1985 to the present.
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Reverend Childs was licensed in 1975 and ordained in 1978 by the Tabernacle Community Baptist Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.He has served as Minister of Youth at the Community Baptist Church of New Orleans, Louisiana, Assistant Minister of the Children's Church at the Concord Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas and Minister of Youth at the Berean Baptist Church of Washington, D.C. On January 12, 1985, Reverend Childs accepted the position as Pastor of the Berean Baptist Church and is presently serving in that capacity.
He is the President of the Historic New England Missionary Baptist Convention, which was organized in 1874.In addition to his involvement in the parish ministry, Reverend Childs has served as the Graduate Assistant to the Dean of the Chapel at Howard University, and Assistant to the Professor of Old Testament Studies and a Lecturer in Hebrew Language, both at the Howard University School of Divinity.He has taught Hebrew Language courses in the Divinity School's Continuing Education Program, and is presently a Lecturer and Adjunct Professor in Practical Ministries at Howard's School of Divinity.He was elected to and served as an At-Large Representative to the District of Columbia Board of Education, and during his last year on the Board, he served as the President.
He is counted among the recipients of the Benjamin E. Mays Fellowship, granted through the Fund for Theological Education.He is also one of the honored recipients of the Outstanding Community Service Award from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Sigma Chapter of Washington, D.C., into which he was initiated.
Reverend Childs is married, and has two sons and one daughter.
His hobbies include singing, basketball and playing the piano.He has a special commitment to and undying love for people, the church and the work of Christ.
DC Education Compact: Robert Childs
www.dcec.org, 26 April 2010 [cached]
Robert Childs
The Reverend Mr. Robert G. Childs was born in Queens, New York and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where he received his early education (elementary through high school). e was educated at Xavier University in New Orleans, Louisiana (chemistry major), Bishop College in Dallas, Texas (Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies), Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, D.C. (Master of Divinity), and has studied in the Master of Theology degree program at Harvard University Divinity School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. e is presently studying in the Doctor of Ministry Degree program at the Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria, Virginia.
Reverend Childs was licensed in 1975 and ordained in 1978 by the Tabernacle Community Baptist Church in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. e has served as Minister of Youth at the Community Baptist Church of New Orleans, Louisiana, Assistant Minister of the Children's Church at the Concord Baptist Church of Dallas, Texas and Minister of Youth at the Berean Baptist Church of Washington, D.C.On January 12, 1985, Reverend Childs accepted the position as Pastor of the Berean Baptist Church and is presently serving in that capacity.
He is the President of the Historic New England Missionary Baptist Convention, which was organized in 1874. n addition to his involvement in the parish ministry, Reverend Childs has served as the Graduate Assistant to the Dean of the Chapel at Howard University, and Assistant to the Professor of Old Testament Studies and a Lecturer in Hebrew Language, both at the Howard University School of Divinity. e has taught Hebrew Language courses in the Divinity School's Continuing Education Program, and is presently a Lecturer and Adjunct Professor in Practical Ministries at Howard's School of Divinity. e was elected to and served as an At-Large Representative to the District of Columbia Board of Education, and during his last year on the Board, he served as the President.
He is counted among the recipients of the Benjamin E. Mays Fellowship, granted through the Fund for Theological Education. e is also one of the honored recipients of the Outstanding Community Service Award from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Alpha Sigma Chapter of Washington, D.C., into which he was initiated.
Reverend Childs is married, and has two sons and one daughter.
HUSD - Faculty
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DC Education Compact: Board of Directors
www.dcec.org, 26 April 2010 [cached]
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www.bereanbaptistchurchdc.com, 16 Nov 2003
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However, in 1992, the director, Robert G. Childs, who is also the Pastor of Berean, synergized these two components.His great love of and appreciation for music was utilized as an instrument to connect young people with positive spiritual values, and he well understood the struggles of the youth in the surrounding community, having served as Minister of Youth of Berean Baptist Church six (6) years prior to becoming its Pastor.These components have made this ministry in music a most rewarding challenge and inspirational opportunity.
Acting on sheer vision rather than historical reference, the leaders along with Pastor Childs took a risk.
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Pastor Childs also emphasizes the appreciation for sacred music of all kinds and singing music to express its message and the true convictions of the messengers.The unifying element was that they all loved quality music and singing, and wanted that to be the end result.The choir's "Soulful Celebration" has been a great source of inspiration to persons of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.
Pastor Childs recruited the youth like a college coach scouts the high schools for talent.
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