July 12, 2019
We are pleased to welcome our newest GHP Board Member, Pastor Ezra Tillman Jr. of First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church in Flint. A Detroit native, Pastor Tillman has worked in ministry for over 17 years. In 2014 he was called to serve at First Trinity Missionary Baptist Church and in his words to “serve God through the people of his ministry and community.” He finds it most fulfilling to help extend God’s hand by serving the community during the water crisis and helping maintain hope.
Pastor Tillman is thankful to be a GHP board member. He is looking forward to serving as a bridge between the church and the community and help connect residents to community services, including GHP.
“I wish to expand the reach of GHP to our community by creating awareness of the resources available to those who feel they have been forgotten about or left behind simply because they were not aware GHP’s services existed,” said Pastor Tillman.
Pastor Tillman earned his associate degree from Henry Ford College and a bachelor’s degree in religious education from Midwestern Baptist Bible College. He earned his master’s degree in ministry-biblical counseling from Andersonville Theological Seminary. Currently, he serves as the Midwest Regional Representative of Disaster Relief of the National Baptist Convention. On the state level, he serves as Vice President at Large of the Wolverine State Missionary Baptist Convention-Congress of Christian Education. He is the proud husband to Mrs. Catrina of 11 years and father to six children.
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