Chaplain Bernell Wesley is the Founder and Executive Director of Community Chaplaincy Outreach, Inc. a prisoner reentry support organization. Chaplain Wesley is a graduate of Georgia State University of Atlanta. He holds a BA in History and Anthropology. Chaplain Wesley is a member of several local, state, national, and international organizations that are affiliated or support prisoner reentry including the Georgia Association of Law Enforcement Chaplains, the International Prisoners Family Conference Advocacy in Action Coalition, International Network of Prison Ministries, and the Clayton County Georgia Taskforce on Reentry. Chaplain Wesley is a member of the Church of the Harvest International of Jonesboro, Georgia and he is a volunteer Chaplain at the Clayton County Jail and the Clayton County Prison. Chaplain Wesley also served as the GED administrator and Instructor at the Clayton County Transitional Center in Forest Georgia. Chaplain Wesley is married, with two grown daughters, an 18-year-old son, five grandchildren, and I great-grand child. Chaplain Wesley is studying for a Masters in Urban Ministry at the Atlanta Youth Project Urban Seminary in Atlanta Georgia. Chaplain Wesley is also full time substitute in two metro Atlanta school districts, the Atlanta Public School System and the Clayton County Public School System.
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Christianity. Why did the teachings of Jesus undergo changes under the Apostle Paul? If according to historian Peter Brown, Christianity as we know it today did not exist until the 7th. Century then what and who are modern Christians following?
The Bible tells us the first sermon Peter preached 3000 were added to the Church. Church Building Projects are different. They aim to attract the un-Churched and sometimes dissatified "church hoppers" who familiar with modern church culture will fit and even become leaders .
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