MINISTRY WORK – HOME MISSION
Kingdom Builders International, Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr. & Mormon Church work together for the same GOAL….HURRICANE RELIEF!!! Click below to watch the video.
Published October 25, 2017 – Kevin Issac
ICTV was on the scene when hurricane Harvey hit the Texas Gulf coast. I was helping out in Port Arthur, Texas when we got the call to go to Houston and document relief effects in the 5th ward. We did not go to Texas to film and thing we went to help with the relief effects so we didn’t bring any equipment but I had a friend that created a documentary for National Geographics on a 4se years ago so I told my relief team let’s go. I was shooting all images except for a few stills with my IPhone 5SE that shoots in 4K so off we went. The Baptist ministries, The St. Augustine Missionary Baptist Church Bishop Dr. Gaddis and the Mormon came together and gave out water, cleaning supplies and $8,000.00 in food cards to service the people.
RELIEF EFFORTS FOR HURRICANE HARVEY VICTIMS
We are also, praying for the State of Florida!!!!
Your Humble Servant,
Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., President
RELIEF EFFORTS FOR HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI
April 20, 2017
President E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., would like to THANK everyone for your prayers and donations for Hattiesburg, Mississippi. As of today, Relief Efforts for Hattiesburg have reached over $80,000.00 in merchandise and cleaning supplies. We were able to give away more than $24,000.00 in gift cards, helping at least 7 families rebuild a roof over their homes.
Let’s continue to give, prayer and support!
Mayor Johnny Dupree & President E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr.
President Salias (LDS) of Hattiesburg, President Holmes (LDS) of Hattiesburg, President E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., President Bluth of Baton Rouge, Louisiana
President Gaddis also, made the Evening News during his week there.
PRESIDENT GADDIS WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HAS CONTRIBUTED and PRAYED FOR HIS HOME TOWN OF HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI. He was able to visit during the week of February 13th – 17th. See pictures below from his visit.
Please click WESUPPORTHATTIESBURG below and watch the video President E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., presented during Winter Board this week below:
HOME MISSION: #WESUPPORTHATTIESBURG
From the Desk of the President,
Greetings in the Name of the Lord,
California Missionary Baptist State Convention will be leaving going to Hattiesburg, Mississippi on February 13 – 16 for support. Moderators, we are asking all Districts and Churches to give $1,000.00 toward this drive. The people of Hattiesburg NEED OUR HELP!!! We would love for any of you who would like to go and be with President Gaddis to contact the Office headquarters so we can travel together.
Please have donations in by Thursday, February 9th and please make checks payable to CMBSC.
In HIS Name,
President E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr.
Join our Convention President, Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., and SUPPORT HATTIESBURG, MISSISSIPPI. Hattiesburg sustained a lot of damage, from the tornado that stuck the city on January 21, 2017. Hattiesburg, the largest in Forrest County, is also the home town of our Convention President, has a population of about 46,000 people. During our Winter Board Meeting this past week in Sacramento, California, President Gaddis asked every CMBSC Member to join him in support of Hattiesburg, Mississippi and the states convention Home Mission Board.
HELP SPREAD THE WORD via TEXT, EMAIL, SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS with the hashtag: #wesupporthattiesburg
CMBSC Home Mission Board is responding to churches in need after the deadly storms and tornadoes recently hit the south.
These areas need our help! Since some areas are still assessing the needs of the community, we are asking that you send monetary donations to the address below. Those donations will be prepared to provide the needed assistance.
Monetary donations can be sent to:
St. Augustine M.B.C.
8704 South Figueroa Street | Los Angeles, CA 90003
Dr. E. Wayne Gaddis, Sr., Senior Pastor
Please make checks payable to CMBSC and in the Memo write Hattiesburg.
And lets be in PRAYER for the residents of Hattiesburg.