New pastor presented Sunday

Rev. Charles Boucher of Quebec, Canada is now an associate pastor at the First Assembly of God, reports Rev. Torrance Bob.

Rev. Boucher and his wife Lucienne are associated with the Assemblies of God of the Cayman Islands.

On Sunday, 7 September, during the 6:00pm service Rev. Boucher will be sharing part of his life story at the First Assembly of God, 195 Old Crewe Road.

Rev. Boucher served in Gatineau Quebec for many years as a senior pastor of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada. He was a member of the Board of the Quebec Bible Institute and a District Presbyter for the Quebec District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada.

About eight years ago, Rev. Boucher started a boot camp for young people ages 17 to 25 and it is operating very successfully. He is a behavioral consultant and has conducted seminars and crusades in France, Belgium, South Africa, China, USA, Mexico, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

The Bouchers’ will be using their ministry and experience to help the youths of the Cayman Islands.

Before getting into ministry Rev. Boucher was a businessman and had the second largest appraisal firm in the province of Quebec.

The Bouchers’ have three children and seven grand children.

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