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Wellesley A. Blair

Administrative Bishop

Portmore New Testament Church of God

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Background Information

Employment History

Administrative Bishop of Jamaica and the Cayman Islands, Pastor E. J. Moodley

Bethsaida Ministries International


Pastor

Political Ombudsman Herro Blair


Chairman, Bishop

The Universal Service Fund


Web References(13 Total References)


jamaica-gleaner.com

Guest speaker the Reverend Dr Lenworth Anglin (left), convenor of the Umbrella Group of Churches and chairman of the Church of God in Jamaica, looks on as Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller speaks with Dr Wellesley Blair (second right), pastor of the Portmore New Testament Church of God, and Political Ombudsman Herro Blair during the 32nd annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast held yesterday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. - photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
Guest speaker the Reverend Dr Lenworth Anglin (left), convenor of the Umbrella Group of Churches and chairman of the Church of God in Jamaica, looks on as Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller speaks with Dr Wellesley Blair (second right), pastor of the Portmore New Testament Church of God, and Political Ombudsman Herro Blair during the 32nd annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast held yesterday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. - photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer CAPTION: Guest speaker the Reverend Dr Lenworth Anglin (left), convenor of the Umbrella Group of Churches and chairman of the Church of God in Jamaica, looks on as Prime Minister Portia Simpson Miller speaks with Dr Wellesley Blair (second right), pastor of the Portmore New Testament Church of God, and Political Ombudsman Herro Blair during the 32nd annual National Leadership Prayer Breakfast held yesterday at The Jamaica Pegasus hotel in New Kingston. - photos by Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer


www.foodforthepoor.org [cached]

Reverend W. A. Blair, Pastor of New Testament Church of God in St. Catherine where parishioners lined up for shoes, told Food For The Poor about the impact this mission trip would have on his congregation.
"It can never be put into words," said Blair.


www.ipas.org

Afterward, Administrative Bishop for the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and The Cayman Islands, Wellesley A. Blair, said he is totally against abortion, homosexuality and lesbianism; he called for public flogging of gays and lesbians.


jasmynecannick.typepad.com [cached]

In a Jamaica Gleaner article this week, Administrative Bishop for the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and The Cayman Islands, Wellesley A. Blair, said he is totally against legalizing homosexuality. And he didn't stop there.He's also against abortion, and lesbianism, and he intends to fight against the acts with every "fiber of his being.""The amount of legislation that is being asked for in the area of abortion, in the area of homosexuality and to legalize anal sex.I want to state categorically and firmly, with every fibre of my being, that I am totally, scripturally against it," declared Bishop Blair. Blair believes that gays and lesbians only have one of two rights. "A homosexual only has one of two rights.It is either he changes his life or accepts the just punishment of God, as He did in Sodom and Gomorra," he said. Bishop Blair also made it clear that God did not make any homosexuals or "create any Sodomites," as they (Sodomites) made themselves that way, at least according to his interpretation of the Book of Romans chapter one. He added that those who are talking about the setting up of a gay church in Jamaica, must remember that there are a few God-fearing, Holy Ghost, holiness preachers who are still around and who are very adamant that they will do everything legally and spiritually in their power to bar that. What he really was saying is that if you set up a church that accepts gays and lesbians, watch your back.Bishop Blair said that "Sodomites who are caught should be beaten.I believe that when the court orders lashing, some of those Sodomites who are caught and some of the criminals, should be brought in the square of Half-Way Tree and be lashed and send them home."Blair said he will be monitoring what goes on inside Gordon House, Jamaica's Legislature, to see who would dare to vote for the passing of gay-friendly legislation.He said he will try to influence the Christian community to target politicians in the next election. "If the legislation to legalize sodomy and lesbianism passes in Jamaica and it is signed into law, and God does not do something about it, God would have to wake up Sodom and Gomorra and beg them pardon," said Blair.


www.jamaicaobserver.com [cached]

Rev Wellesley Blair (centre), administrator for the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and Cayman Islands, goes through details of the 'Back to Sunday School' project with Lois Gayle, project co-ordinator; and Rev Roy Notice, the church's National Youth and Christian Education Director. "The objective is to increase enrolment in all faith-based organisations," says Rev Wellesley Blair, the administrative Bishop for the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands.He is also the overseer for the "Back to Sunday School" project.No launch date for the campaign has yet been set.Blair."In order to get the society back on track we must go back to Sunday School," Bishop Blair says.His views are supported by research from institutions such as Duke University, Indiana University, the University of Michigan, the Center for Disease Control, Barna Research Group and the National Institute for Healthcare Research, which show that religious youths have:Bishop Blair and his team will be inviting other church groups and allied faith-based organisations, media houses, members of the private sector and interested individuals to support the project.


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