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Pastor Eric D. Clarke was born on the island of Exuma, Bahamas to Elder Albert [deceased] and Mrs. Letticia Clarke. He graduated in 1976 from the Government High School, in Nassau, New Providence.

The pursuit of his College education took him to the beautiful island of Jamaica where he graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor’s degree in Theology with a minor in Greek, from the West Indies College [Northern Caribbean University].

In 1993, Pastor Clarke completed a Master’s degree from Andrew’s University in Berrien Spring, Michigan.

He served as a full-time minister with the Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventist for 27 years.  During this time, he served at a number of churches and districts including the islands of New Providence, Grand Bahama, Eleuthera, North and South Andros, Acklins and Crooked Island. He also served the Conference briefly as Communications director, ten years as Youth Director and seven years as Executive Secretary.

Pastor Clarke has done extensive work among the youth of the Bahamas, especially during his 10-year stint as the National Youth Director for the Conference.

He served as a volunteer member of the Bahamas National Drug Council, Prison Fellowship Bahamas, and the Bahamas National Scholarships Committee of the Ministry of Education.  He also served as Deputy Chair of the Youth Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Youth and sat on the Juvenile Panel for the Bahamas.

Pastor Clarke’s love for evangelism has taken him to England, [Pastor Wilfred Blake], Nairobi, USA and in Jamaica, Highgate, St Mary, Port Antonio, Portland, Savanna La Mar and Lucea.

He is a Marriage Officer and a Justice of the Peace for 30 years for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

Pastor Clarke was elected President and Education Director of the Cayman Islands Conference in June 2008. Shortly thereafter, God allowed the Adventist church to sit on the 6-member Constitution Committee, which has ushered in a new Constitution for the Cayman Islands [2009]. Cayman Academy has seen unprecedented growth in many respects with 95% of the teaching staff holding a bachelors degree. Evangelism has experienced new and historic heights, to the honor of God. A new congregation, the Ebenezer church was established with 205 newly baptized persons. Ground breaking took place for the West Bay Church; the George Town church is 95% completed in its multipurpose building and the Kings church dedicated on January 08, 2012.

Pastor Clarke’s life partner and spouse Sister Patrice is a registered nurse, registered midwife and nursing sister in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas. She has served many years as Clinical Director of the Bahamas’ Adolescent Health Clinic. Pastor and Mrs. Clarke have 3 young adult children: Daran, [age 24], who completed the Bachelor’s degree from Oakwood University and a MBA from Washington Adventist University; Dannia, [age 21] a final year Psychology major at Oakwood University; and Danesha [age 20], a third year Education major at Oakwood University.

Pastor Clarke served for four years in the leadership of the Cayman Islands Conference, 2008-2012. He has returned to the Bahamas, his native home to resume ministry there.

He is the Ministerial Director for the Conference and Pastor of Bethany Church.

He covets the prayers of the saints as we prepare folk for the coming of the Lord.

Pastor Eric D. & Sis. Patrice Clarke

Pastor Erie D. Clarke & Family

Dannnia, Daran & Danesha Clarke

Pastor Eric D. & Sister Patrice Clarke

Pastor Eric D. & Sis. Patrice Clarke

Lynden Williams

Lynden Williams

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Pastor at South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
Analytical, contemplative, and believes in management by objective. A team player willing to make sacrifices towards achieving the goal.
Pastor at South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
October 1994 - Present (20 years 1 month)
I served as a district pastor on the island of Eleuthera for six years, and am currently serving as a district pastor on the island of New Providence.
Pastor at South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
October 1994 - Present (20 years 1 month)
Adra Director at ADRA
January 2013 - January 2014 (1 year 1 month)
Community Services Coordinator at South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
January 2013 - January 2014 (1 year 1 month)
Assistant Communications Director at Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
January 2007 - July 2010 (3 years 7 months)
Teacher at Bahamas Academy
August 1998 - July 2000 (2 years)
Taught religious knowledge to grades 7 - 9, and assisted with the Gavel Club and the United Student Movement.
Pastoral Intern at Turks and Caicos Islands Mission of Seventh-day Adventist
May 1996 - July 1998 (2 years 3 months)

Assisted the Mission President with the daily operation of the Churches in the Country, which included evangelism, church administration, planning and forecasting the growth of the work.
Skills & Expertise
Religion Evangelism
Pastoral Care Gospel
Preaching Youth Ministry
Church Administration Church Events
Theology Spiritual Direction
Community Outreach Fundraising
Nonprofits Discipleship
Biblical Studies Pastoral Counseling
Missions Liturgy
Teaching Pastoral
Network Administration Semi-skilled Electrician
Forum MVP: Logos Bible Software
Unofficial Trainer: Logos Bible Software (Advanced User)
Inter-American Adventist Theological Seminary
Master of Arts (MA), Pastoral Theology, 2003 - 2006
Northern Caribbean University
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Religion/Religious Studies, 1989 - 1994
Bahamas Technical Vocational Institute
Diploma, Electrician, 1986 - 1987
Residential and commercial installation.
In addition, he has served on the Executive Committee of West Indies Union, South Bahamas Conference, and Bahamas Academy School Board.

Larry Green

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Pastor Larry Larrice Green
A Biography

Larry Larrice Green exists to be a conduit in the hands of God to preach His everlasting gospel to the entire world, thereby enriching each life spiritually, socially, intellectually, and financially to be a world-class citizen. He achieves this through a symbiotic relationship with God, as well as maintaining social interaction with others, and strong work ethics. Objectives
It is his intention to relentlessly execute the divine mandate (Matt. 28:18-20) of preaching, teaching, baptizing and multiplying disciples for the numerical increase of the kingdom of God, while encouraging and maintaining a holistic lifestyle among the believers and non-believers in this field.
Larry L. Green, the son of Mr. Augustas Green and Mrs. Gloria Lewin, experiences the joy of being a twin. He is blessed with six brothers and nine sisters. He is from the lush green paradise called Jamaica.
In 1991, at the age of seven (7), Pastor Green accepted Jesus and became a baptized member of the Bog Walk Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the Central Jamaica Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. As a disciple, he serves God through many of the Church ministries mainly: Adventist Youth, Pathfinders, and Adventurers. In 2003, he was invested as a Master-guide and in 2008 he successfully completed the Senior Youth Leadership Course
  His education started in the home, as he was home schooled for the earlier part of his life. Later, from 1988 to 1991, he attended the Giblatore Elementary and Primary School, then 1991 to 1996 the Tulloch Primary School followed by Bog Walk High School from 1996 to 2001 where he served as a prefect, the Deputy Head Boy and a Student Counselor Representative.
  In August 2003, he was enrolled at Northern Caribbean University  (NCU) Mandeville Jamaica, where he pursued the Bachelor of Arts Degree in Religion and Theology with emphasis on Pastoral Ministry Concentration.  
  While Larry was at NCU, he took up various responsibilities, which further equipped him for the ministry God has called him to. Pastor Green received his advancement to candidacy in the school of Religion and Theology on March 11
th, 2011. On March 11, 2006, he was ordained to the ministry of a Deacon and was ordained as an Elder at the University's Church on February 3rd 2008, and given responsibility as the Pastor/Director for the Junior Church from where he developed his God given gifts to reach children. It was during this period that Pastor T. Bassil Sturrup, the then University pastor saw his potential and mentored him in ministry. He was the Vice President of Religious Affair for the United Student Movement (USM) from 2007 to 2008. While in school, he conducted several evangelistic series, which were instrumental in leading over 100 persons to Jesus through Baptism.
   Larry Green is driven by the philosophy that he coined, which states, "With God, beyond the sky is the Limit." In August 2008, Larry Green graduated with honor form Northern Caribbean University, Mandeville Jamaica with a Bachelor of Arts in Religion.
On August 1
st, 2008, Larry was employed to the ministerial fraternity of the Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists now South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (SBC). He was placed under the tutelage and guidance of Pastor Andrew E. Burrows as a Ministerial Intern at the Grant’s Town Seventh-day Adventist Church and the Johnson Road Company. From October 11th to November 1st, 2008, he preached at the Word of Hope Crusade, and with the combined faithfulness of Pastor Burrows, Elder McDonald and the Membership God blessed the effort with 26 new disciples. On September 1st, 2009, Pastor Green was transferred to the Good News Seventh-day Adventist Church to complete his internship with Pastor Hugh Roach. From October 10th -31st, he was the speaker for the “King Is On his Way Evangelistic Series.” Nineteen (19) persons accepted Jesus and were baptized. During the one year and four months of Internship God used him with the help of these senior pastors and lay members to lead 79 persons to Jesus through baptism. While being a ministerial intern, Pastor Green joined with Elder Orville McDonald in conducting bible studies in a number of homes in Nassau.
While at Northern Caribbean University, Larry and Schkara met and after five years of friendship they were engaged, and on December 20
th, 2009, Pastor Green was married to Schkara Hepburn. Three years later God blessed them with the Joy of their life (their beautiful daughter) Karelle Larrysa Lavern Green. On January 1st, 2010, they were transferred to San Salvador. On January 15, 2010, Pastor Green was officially commissioned as a licensed, by Dr. Leonard Johnson as the Pastor of the Church and together with his wife took pastoral care of the Cockburn Town Seventh-day Adventist Church.
  Pastor Green along with the local leadership and members of the Cockburn Town Seventh-day Adventist church develops the Church administratively, structurally, spiritually and numerically. Together they accept a cyclic, evangelistic, strategic plan that sees to the growth of the Church. Furthermore, they launched out in the “Unshackled In Jesus Evangelistic Explosion”, where they baptized 24 persons. Through various evangelistic series and a constant outreach ministry and youth ministry a total of thirty-four (34) persons were added to the membership since he took up his pastoral duties in the district.

In 2014 Pastors Tannis and Green saw the extablishment of the Roville Seventh-day Adventist Church in Exuma. With the aid of the Holy Spirit and fellow disciples of Christ, Pastor Green has conducted many other evangelistic endeavors which sees over 350 persons been baptized.

On June 22 2013, Pastor Green was ordained as a pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. During the fourth Quadrennial Session of the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventist Church held in November 2-4, 2013, he was elected to serve as the Youth Ministries Director. On January 10th 2015, Pastor Green was installed as the Assistant Pastor to Pastor C. Melvin Lewis at the Hillview Seventh-day Adventist Church.

Pastor Green loves to preach the word of God and to encourage others to pursue excellence as mandated in Matthew 28:19-20.
  There is always a smile on his face, as he believes that the goodness of God is something to always smile about. He enjoys public speaking, desktop publishing, singing, writing, sports and spending time with his lovely wife.
  Larry believes that selfishness should never be a part of the Christian experience; as such his number one request is for you to pray for him as he continues to experience the joy of being a SLAVE for Jesus.