Randy C. Watts, Sr.
Twenty-one years ago, I stepped into the ministry of our local church serving in various functions and roles. The United Pentecostal Church International (with a global constituency of more than three million people) recognizes me today as an Ordained Minister of the Gospel. I have been a licensed minister in good standing with the United Pentecostal Church International for over fifteen years, as of June 2, 2016.
My first ten years of ministry were invested at Apostolic Tabernacle Church on 9769 Tara Blvd, in Jonesboro, GA. (http://www.aptabupc.com). During my tenure there, I served under the direct leadership of Rev. B.S. Cole.
During my first two or three years as a minister, I served by preaching in the jails of Clayton County. My ministry later transitioned into another role, serving nearly eight years as an Evangelist – traveling, preaching and teaching in many churches across the southeast of the United States.
God then called us to the wonderful city of Statesboro GA in the year of 2005. We have thus served eleven years as Senior Pastor of Statesboro United Pentecostal Church. In addition, I now serve as the Chaplain for both the men and women’s jails in Bulloch County. Likewise, I have served Claxton Georgia for the past six years as Chaplain for the Women’s Transitional Center.
It’s been a wonderful privilege to train young and aspiring ministers from our location as well. Currently we have five assistant ministers, some of which are actively seeking ministerial license as well. References to verify these facts are available upon request.
I have seen God preform many miracles. My hearts cry is to help you find your miracle in God. He has a work to do in your life. I have seen deaf ears opened, marriages healed, broken families mended and God can do the same for you. You can be restored. You can be healed. Please, call now I am waiting to talk with you.