COUPLE ON A MISSION WITH A VISION
EACH FOR THE OTHER AND BOTH FOR THE LORD: The common bond was music. It played an integral role in their developing relationship back in the 1970s and it has transcended to this day. The song states, “ All things shall perish from under the sky, music alone shall live, never shall die.” Henry and Pauline Brash met at Pentecostal Tabernacle, Wildman Street, Kingston, Jamaica in 1977. She was Pauline Chenn at that time. Pauline received her conversion in June of 1972 and began immediately to serve in the choir until she migrated to the United States in June 1979 with her three children, Andrew, Charmaine, and Michelle.
Henry had his conversion in March of 1977. He began playing on the church band and served in that capacity until he migrated to the United States in 1982. He had his eye on Pauline and began praying that someday she would become his bride.
After they were bonded together in holy matrimony in 1983, Henry, Pauline, and the children who were blended in this union were ushered into ministry. A wonderful foundation was laid in their lives back in Jamaica and they were determined to build on it. Other mentors were Pastors Paul V. Reynolds and Winston S. Stewart.
Mission Statement: To help as many people as they can along the way to come into their purpose in God. To fulfill the will of God by bringing the gospel of reconciliation to families and see them reconciled to Him.
Vision Statement: To establish various empowering ministries both in the U.S. and especially in (the Caribbean) Jamaica. To help enhance existing ministries of like passion by active participation and see them grow to become a well-established and fruitful part of the Kingdom.
Two of their guiding scriptures are: