|10 a.m. Service
Pastor Frank L. Curtis, Senior accepted
God’s call to preach his first sermon on December 16, 1995 and was ordained in November 1996 at Freeman Hall Missionary Baptist Church
under the guidance of the late Reverend Jeff Davis. He is currently a member of Mount Burner Missionary Baptist Church
pastored by Reverend Ray E. Coleman, Senior.
For 18 years he has served as the pastor of Providence Baptist Church.
Under Pastor Curtis’s leadership, the church continues to grow and thrive – implementing programs that complement
its church and community. Pastor Curtis’s ministry’s objective is to preach and teach the Word of God with
clarity and power, so much so that the “hearers of the Word” become “doers of the Word.”
Pastor Curtis is a 1984 graduate of Port
Gibson High School and attended Alcorn State University. He also studied at the Mississippi Baptist Seminary and Southern
Baptist Theological Seminary, receiving his Doctorate of Divinity from the latter. He continues to grow and learn by participating
in various continuing education courses in biblical studies through local and state associations which he always introduces
to Providence through intensive “bible study” messages and practical preaching.
He is a member of the Jefferson County Baptist
Association, the General Baptist Missionary State Convention where he serves as a part of the evangelism team as well as a
member of the gospel singing group, The Christian Harmonizers.
A devoted husband and father, Pastor Curtis is married to First Lady,
Zerline King. His beloved wife assists him with Sunday Services as she serves as the piano player for Providence. They are
the proud parents of son, King, and daughters, Kierani and Zaiya.
The Lord has blessed Pastor Curtis with a pastoral gift and his life’s
experiences have strengthened him to perform this role to the glory of God. Pastor Curtis is a man of honor that is devoted
to God’s Word, his family, and Providence’s church family. His favorite scripture is referenced in Romans 8:28, “And we know that all things
work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.”
|3 p.m. Service
Since my time at Baylor University I have felt God's clear calling to minister to the flock of God's people.
Through my time in ministry, the time since my ordination in 2005, and the past years of serving as the Assistant Pastor
at Bible Way Missionary Baptist Church, my calling has been confirmed and strengthened. I have a passion to share to a waiting
congregation the Good News of God's love for
them, and to help nurture their spiritual development.
The prior years of service spent as a Youth Minister also awakened within me a desire to minister to the spiritual needs
of elementary age, primary age, high school age, and college age students. We are seeking to leave our present church to present
and declare the vision the Lord has placed in our heart and spirit for His people.
At present, we are second in the chariot, though faithful, we feel the need to exercise our gifts of leadership and shepherding.
We are also no stranger to congregant visitation and financial/strategic church planning.
Spouse: Rebecca Azard-Jackson
Children: Hannah Kay Jackson
William Marc Jackson
College Baylor University
Graduated in 1996
Bachelors of Business Administration
Graduated in 2014
Masters- Pastoral Counseling
Andersonville Theological Seminary
Church Related Experience
Bible Way Missionary Baptist Church
Copperas Cove, TX
From 2012 to Current
Minister to patients, families and staff as part of a ministry team in a hospital setting. Train Sunday school and Discipleship
Training leaders as well the Foreign Mission Board. Teach Adult Bible study; directs prayer service and mission activities.
Assists the pastor in worship planning, budgeting.