St. Paul AME Church to celebrate Sunday School Day June 9 | Comments
St. Paul AME Church to celebrate Sunday School Day June 9 | Columbia Daily Herald
Roderick Dwayne Belin
, Presiding Elder of the South Nashville District will be the 11 a.m. preacher.
The Rev. Tyronda Burgess and the Kairos Community A.M.E. Church family will be 3 p.m. guests along with special musical guests, The Family.
Rev. Belin is a native of Nashville and an anointed preacher with a global vision to ensure that more of God's people reach their full potential and fulfill their divine purposes.
ministry has touched many lives through his
innovative teaching, effective outreach efforts and empowering others where he
In more than 25 years of Christian ministry, Belin
has traveled across the U.S., to Jamaica, West Indies; Trinidad; the Dominican Republic; Haiti; Bermuda; London; Nigeria; Turkey and the Republic of South Africa where he
preached, counseled, facilitated workshops and ministered in song.
led a "Holy Ghost Revival Tour" in South Africa and Swaziland where he
ministered in 12 gatherings in three weeks.
Belin graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta and earned the Master of Divinity degree with concentration in New Testament and Christian Origins from Union Theological Seminary in New York City.
He has served as assistant pastor/executive minister at the Greater Allen AME Cathedral, as pastor of Williams Chapel AME Church in Orangeburg, S.C., and chaired the Board of Examiners in the Central annual Conference.
He founded the Kairos Community AME Church in Nashville, and for seven years, he has led the congregation in meeting the emergent needs of a diverse community through holistic ministry based on the gospel of Jesus Christ.
The Rev. Tyronda Burgess, a native of Nashville, is a graduate of Middle Tennessee State University where she graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting. she received the Master of Business Administration in Human Resource Management and Organizational behavior from the University of Memphis.