Fellowship Bible Baptist Church’s Seasoned Saint for July 2021 is Reverend John W. Jackson
Our “Shipmate” and “Seasoned Saint for July 2021 is a member of the Clergy Team. He was born in Perry, Georgia on October 12, 1957, and is married to Cynthia H. Jackson. They have been married for 38 years and on July 24 will celebrate their 39th Anniversary. God blessed their join with a daughter named Kelli and a granddaughter named Ava.
Reverend Jackson expressed a vivid love for Fishing as a hobby and a very strong interest in the game of Baseball.
A partial glimpse of his career is as follows:
- Graduated from Warner Robins High in 1975.
- After graduation – served in the US Army for three years.
- Attended Fort Valley State College.
- Graduated from the Interdenominational Theology Center in 2006 with a Master of Divinity.
- Joined FBBC 5 years ago and is part of the clergy team.
- Assistant Christian Enrichment Classes Teacher
- Director of the Christian Education Department.
- He worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 23 years
How has your career molded you as a person?
- My career brought me face to face with a great number of people and it has shown me that even those who you think are unlovable can be loved.
- To never judge a book by its cover because we don’t know who God has placed in our life.
Rev. Jackson – How would you like to be remembered?
- I would like to be remembered as a fun-loving person who stayed true to his word, straight forward and loved the Lord.
What is your message to the youth?
- To our young people I will tell them to never give up on your dream and always be respectable especially even when no one is
What is your favorite Scripture?
- Numbers 3:19: God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or
hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?
Rev. Jackson’s Brief comment on the Navigator’s monthly theme for July 2021 –
“Is the 4th of July OUR Holiday?” –
“We celebrate the 4th of July because we built this country.”
Written by Elder Isaiah Whittaker, Sr.