The Rev. Ferdinand Nicholls, who has been instrumental in the production of Cayman Singing Christmas Tree, has been appointed peace ambassador and international governor in his home country of Barbados by the Academy of Universal Global Peace USA.
First Assembly of God Pastor Torrance Bobb and wife Elsa, along with members of the congregation, were pleased at the appointment of the Rev. Nicholls, who is from Barbados.
“We wish to congratulate Rev. Ferdinand Nicholls on his many achievements and his recent awards. He has always been a good support to us and we are thankful to God for him and wish him all the best in his future endeavours,” Pastor Bobb said.
For more than 14 years, Rev. Nicholls has provided substantial assistance at the First Assembly of God church, assisting the Torrance and Elsa Bobb in the aftermath of Hurricane Ivan and more recently, since 2011, with the successful introduction and hosting of the Cayman Singing Christmas Tree.
Mr. Nicholls will represent AUGPUSA in matters such as human rights, providing humanitarian assistance, assisting governments in accomplishing their sustainable development goals, and providing leadership training in several areas including entrepreneurship and conflict resolution.
He is an ordained minister with the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies, a gospel recording artist, and founder and senior pastor of The House of Freedom Ministry in Barbados.
Mr. Nicholls said he was keen to work with regional governments, humanitarian organizations and foundations as he seeks to fulfill AUGPUSA’s mandate.