Pastor Jay Randolph (STAFF)
Pastor Jay Randolph, a Husband, Father, Brother, Uncle. Cousin, PaPa, Veteran, Christian in South Carolina.
Pastor for: Monthly National Prayer Day, Monday Street Ministry, Be Our Friend, Bible Study, Weddings, Blessings, Baptism, & SCWC Home ChurchPastor Jay Randolph was born at Cincinnati, Ohio and spent most of his life in the South up till 2016 and now is in Goose Creek, SC.
Accepted Christ in 1969, started preaching in 1999, became Pastor in 2009 at South Carolina Wedding Chapel, started performing weddings in 2011
Since 2009 Pastor Jay has been the Pastor of South Carolina Wedding Chapel, Monthly National Prayer Day, Be Our Friend, and Monday Street Ministry.
His desire is to do the will of our Father, and does this by:
Loves to read and study scripture and have a passion for teaching people how to apply the Word of God in their everyday lives.
There is no fee for any services.
One of many of the sheep who have been blessed by the call to be a Pastor.
Encourage all to use the Bible they are most comfortable with. For any questions, happy to help you find the answer. God loves you, and has given you a great gift.
All you need to do is accept it. We need people to meet with us in Georgetown at Central and Main on Monday. We meet there to wave and greet people as they start their week. We give out free Hugs, Prayers, Bibles, and one Cross of Christ. We are there 6 to 8 am and your welcome to stay as long as you like. We also have the #WeddingCelebration and #NationalPrayerDay
Despite the Hollywood families that always seem to loom over us on television, posters and bill boards, there are many more complexities and dynamics to families than all smiles and laughter.
Sometimes it is the sad or bad times that bond us. All families are different, and all families have their own issues, but with the right amount of work and determination, you can make your family life the very best for you, by developing your relationships and
|Those in our immediate family are the ones who share the closets DNA, Culture, History and Ancestors with us. My immediate family is my Grandparents and their Brothers and Sisters, Parents and their Brothers, Sisters, Cousins, my Brothers and Sisters, My Neice, their children, my children, and my Grandchildren. So no wonder I am comfortable with large gatherings. We have had good times together, and bad times. We do not always agree with each other, but we love and support them, even in the bad times.
I grew up with cousins, like my brothers and sisters. Some times they were great, and other times I wish they were not there. I have a great family and I enjoy praying for them. When I pray I think of a memory of them, and it is like watching my favorite movie. When your younger, you do not have many family memories, but as you get older you will be glad to have those memories. So, today pick up the phone and call a family member you have not heard from in a while, or better yet, go see them. Make your own memories. If you end up with 10% of the family memories I have, then you have a wonderful life
I love God most of all, then it is my wife, 5 children, 5 grandchildren (So far) and my many grandbabies.
I enjoy helping others, and I also enjoy doing things with my family.
I enjoy laughing and joking, and enjoy the company of everyone who is not angry or uses foul language.
I would like to get in contact with anyone from Ft. Campbell, KY or Schofield Barracks, HI
My wife and I used to be over the road truck drivers. Mostly 18 wheeler, but sometimes tri axle for over size load.
My youngest son doesn't keep in touch, so I created a hashtag #JamesAndIan so I can post to him and his partner.North Charleston, SC Home Church to all Denominations
as the Bride of Christ.
2908 Otranto Rd.
North Charleston, SC 29406
Phone: (843) 608-0035
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