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Isaiah Liburd installed as Pastor of the Cotton Ground Wesleyan Holiness Church


by Eulana Weekes

St. Kitts and Nevis (WINN): Mr. Isaiah Liburd has followed the footsteps of his parents Reverend Vernon Liburd and Sister Unelda Liburd by surrendering himself to full-time Ministry.

It was March 29, 2015, when the words of a song by Tasha Cobbs “For Your glory, I would do anything; just to see you, to behold You as my King” along with the Holy Spirit convicted Pastor Isaiah Liburd to give his life to the Lord; as mentioned by Mrs. Michelle Herbert, as she read Liburd’s profile.

Isaiah Liburd was installed as pastor of the Cotton Ground Wesleyan Holiness Church during an installation service on Sunday, April 02, 2023.

Liburd holds a Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Christian Ministry and an Associates Degree in Business Administration from Indiana Wesleyan University.

The installation was authorised by the St.Kitts District of the Wesleyan Holiness Church. Superintendent Reverend Spencer Watts officiated the installation.

“Dear fellow minister, the duties of your holy office are clearly set forth in the Word of God. As an ambassador of our Lord, Jesus Christ, you are first of all to preach both law and gospel, as they are comprehended in the holy scriptures and are defined in the discipline of the Wesleyan Holiness Church. This you are to do without the addition of private opinion” Watts stated.

Among those in attendance were Hon. Cleone Stapleton Simmonds, Parliamentary Representative for St.Thomas’ Parish and other pastors from the Wesleyan Churches in St.Kitts and Nevis.

Pastor Ron Daniel in a social media post commented, “Isaiah’s entrance into the Ministry is significant because it sends a clear message that even in this world which often seems so sin-focused that there are still young people willing to stand out for God and sacrifice for him.”

Pastor Liburd was born in St.Kitts, but grew up on the island of Saba. At the age of 18, Liburd relocated to St.Kitts where he pursued business studies at the Clarence Fitzroy Bryant College. He served as President of the Saba Wesleyan Youth Group, as well as Vice President of the Charlestown Wesleyan and Molineaux Wesleyan Youth Groups.


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