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I Can | Part Two

I Can | Part Two

This week I want us to look into the “I CAN” in relationships. Over the past few weeks I have had several saddening conversations with those who feel as though they want to walk away from a life with God, and even pastors who want to walk away from ministry do to relational hurts. This has driven me to write this post today about the “I CAN” in relationships this week. There may be some of you reading this, or those who will read this in the future that have been hurt by some form of relationship. That hurt  can cause us to close ourselves off and say there’s no way I can open myself up to the potential of being hurt again, but Christ in us says you can...   

I Can | Part One

I Can | Part One

We would like to thank you so much for taking the time to read this week's blog post. I believe it will be life changing for those who read it. While praying about what I should write today I felt deeply impressed to write these words, inspired by God, specific to you and your personal life. Of course I don’t know everything that is going on in your personal life but I do pray that these words today will impact your spiritual life in a manner that will flow into your personal life. God knows and so deeply CARES about what goes on in your life. So although I may not know everything, GOD DOES and that’s all that matters. After reading this today you may consider forwarding this email to a friend or loved one or sharing with your social media influence, or anyone you feel may need encouragement. This is going to help people get set free, today...

Faith Is Our Freedom

Faith Is Our Freedom

Over the last couple weeks we have been looking into the “Big Why” of Faith Builders International.  We have discovered that faith is our lifestyle and our foundation. In this weeks blog I want to encourage you that faith is also our freedom. It is the desire of Faith Builders International to spread freedom through the powerful message of the Gospel of Jesus.

There is freedom found in a life of faith. Although we experienced tragedy in our personal life with our son, Gavin, we still recognize that there is freedom found in...

Faith Is Our Lifestyle

Faith Is Our Lifestyle

Three weeks after my eight year old Son Gavin passed away, I was sitting in my chair having a quiet moment alone with God when I sensed that now was time to make a transition back into full time Ministry.  This transition would be from the amazing business we have been blessed with, to follow the call of God on our lives to establish a ministry to serve both the churched and unchurched through the powerful message of Faith, Hope, and Love. Over the past 20 years I have functioned in several different ministry roles from serving as a volunteer to being an Executive Pastor of Operations for a mega church. I have seen the church up close as a Pastor and from a distance as a businessman, since establishing my finance company in early 2011. The “why” of Faith Builders International came from...

Our Journey

Our Journey

This is our story, this is who we are and why we do what we do. It is our hope that through the story of our life God will get the glory and through him your faith will be built, your hope restored and love will be extended to you in a very real way.

Jamey and Jeannie met at RHEMA Bible Training Center in 1995, where they both graduated in 1997.  Prior to attending RHEMA Jamey served as a Volunteer at Church In The Son in Orlando, Florida under the leadership of Pastor Alex Clattenburg for five years.  Upon graduating in May of 1997 Jamey returned to Orlando, Florida...

My Story

My Story

At an early age my parents divorced which left me without a relationship with my father growing up.  As a result of the divorce, my mother was forced to work 3 jobs in order to support us. Prior to elementary school I was shuffled daily between babysitters and my grandmother's house while my mother was working. I grew up in an area of Orlando that was and still is known for violence, crime, drugs, and gangs. It was very common as a young boy to look out my front door and see people buying drugs and engaging in violence.  On one side we had neighbors who dealt and did drugs while on the other side we had a christian family...