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© 2017 Jehovah-Jierh Bible Institute Inc. All rights reserved.

1410 Hillabee Street, P.O. Box 1334, Alexander City, Alabama 35011

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Our History at JJM

 

Jehovah-Jireh Ministries is a non-denominational, 21st century ministry. The name Jehovah-Jireh was derived from Genesis 22:14 "God will provide for His people". Jehovah-Jireh Ministries is "Dedicated to training disciples of Jesus Christ by edifying the church and sharing God's Word with the world." Jehovah-Jireh Ministries is a Christian Community continually praising God, communicating His word, serving in ministry, while inspiring and transforming lives." Jehovah-Jireh has adapted the following core values: Christ-Centered, Bible-Centered Preaching & Teaching, Mess Free Environment, Christian Education, Evangelism, Tithes & Offerings, Life Ministries, Praise and Worship, Prayer, Hospitality, Servant Leadership, Committed Christian Membership, Timeliness, Christian Fellowship and Loving and Caring.

 

The second meeting and first official service was held at the  on Jan 5, 2003. It began with Discipleship Training, studying the Book of Romans. 40 members were added to the church. Due to the rapid growth of the church the Pastor sought out a larger place to worship. For the next 5 months. During this time several ministries were organized (devotional team, trustee, choir ministry, doorkeepers, nutrition, refreshment, publicity, hospitality, operation bread basket, creative dance, fundraising and sick ministry). 

 

New Millennium Inc. 

On the 1st Sunday of March 2003, we had our 1st Communion Service. We also adapted and began operating off a budget. March also marked our 1st Baptism, held at Seleeta Baptist Church and the beginning of our new members orientation classes.

 

 

In May 2003, Pastor Williams put the paperwork in motion to start a non-profit organization that would assist JJM in serving the community. In June 2003 New Millennium was incorporated by the State of Alabama as a non-profit organization.

On May 26, 2003 Jehovah -Jireh Ministries held it's first Family & Friends Day. Many of our family and friends came out to support our church family spiritually and financially. Over $9000.00 was raised on that day. Pastor Williams brought forth the message and we had a great fellowship afterwards.

On June 1, 2003 God blessed us with a temporary permanent place to worship at 252 Tallapoosa Street. Many members came out and assisted in beautifying the building and transforming it into a beautiful place of worship.On September 27, 2003 the church family had a fellowship and outing at Wind Creek State Park for the youth. 

 

On October 6, 7, & 8, Jehovah-Jireh held its first revival service. It was truly a blessed event. Rev. Derrick Russell, Bishop Eddie Edwards, and Rev. McClinton Hall each brought forth powerful messages.

On November 2, 2003 JJM held its first Baby Contest. There were 14 contestants and Little Miss Jermiah Johnson-Morgan took home the crown.

 

The youth were in charge that day and they did a wonderful job carrying out the order of service. The JJM Dance Team made their debut, dancing to "Behold the Lamb". And, the JJM Instrumental Band rendered the musical selections. They will also begin playing on each 4th Sunday.

On June 1, 2003 God blessed us with a temporary permanent place to worship at 252 Tallapoosa Street. Many members came out and assisted in beautifying the building and transforming it into a beautiful place of worship.On September 27, 2003 the church family had a fellowship and outing at Wind Creek State Park for the youth. On October 6, 7, & 8, Jehovah-Jireh held its first revival service. It was truly a blessed event. Rev. Derrick Russell, Bishop Eddie Edwards, and Rev. McClinton Hall each brought forth powerful messages.

 

On November 2, 2003 JJM held its first Baby Contest. There were 14 contestants and Little Miss Jermiah Johnson-Morgan took home the crown. The youth were in charge that day and they did a wonderful job carrying out the order of service. The JJM Dance Team made their debut, dancing to "Behold the Lamb". And, the JJM Instrumental Band rendered the musical selections. They will also begin playing on each 4th Sunday.

 

On November 9, 2003 Jehovah-Jireh held its first Shepherd's Day. The morning began with Rev. Willis Williams preaching about the Good Shepherd and concluded with Pastor Eddie L. Hunter coming in and "Giving us a Report".

 

On December 28, 2003 JJM celebrated its first Founder's Day. Rev. Ricky Seaborne Basket Creek Baptist Church of Douglasville, GA was our special guest. Pastor Seaborne delivered an inspiring message. We had a great fellowship.