Honoring PASTOR LAWTON L. BRYANT, JR. with a "2013 Outstanding Advocate for Cultural & Historical Education Award" presented by the Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society, April 24th, 6pm to 8pm, at The Woodlands
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (EDT)
PASTOR LAWTON L. BRYANT, JR.
Recipient, "2013 Outstanding Advocate for Cultural & Historical Education"
The Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society recently named Pastor Lawton L. Bryant, Jr. as a recipient of a 2013 OUTSTANDING ADVOCATE FOR CULTURAL & HISTORICAL EDUCATION AWARD. Pastor Bryant will be honored on Wednesday, April 24th at The Woodlands Mansion, Woodbury, N.Y., for his outstanding contributions toward the advancement of multi-culturalism and historical education.
Please help support Pastor Bryant in his goal to raise a minimum of $1,000 for this important fundraiser.
Proceeds support the Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society's important programs and services!
Pastor Lawton L. Bryant could be described by many positive attributes; diligent, faithful, charismatic but one description that all would agree on is HARD-WORKING with a capital “H”. He is the son of the late Lawton L. Bryant, Sr. and Doris Govan of Capitol Heights, Maryland. At the age of 18 years old, Lawton had a deep and everlasting encounter with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Under the tutelage of the late great Bishop Johnny C. Bryant and Elder Moses Bryant, he came to know the Lord in a real and substantial way. These Godly men lived by the word of God, they not only talked the talk but walked the walk and would help Lawton to realize his spiritual potential. He was ordained on July 24, 1983 by the Late Bishop Johnny C. Bryant to preach the WORD of GOD in spirit and in truth.
However, that was just the beginning of faithful service and work in the kingdom of God. He has faithfully worked in so many capacities, as a minister of music, the chairman of the trustee board, lead singer and founder of singing group “Love , Peace & Harmony”, a playwright, producer and director of 2 plays, “A Sign of Judgement” and “When a Child Cries”. He along with is wife Elizabeth “Lynn” Bryant also hosted a gospel radio talk show on WYNG 1440 called “Family Time”. And in all of his doings and all his work in the kingdom, he remained yet faithful and submitted to the leadership at Revelation COGIC for 34 years.
In November 2007, his work in the kingdom would take on a new and higher dimension. This new work, new call, new assignment in the kingdom of God led him to much prayer and to seek divine guidance. Through prayer, conversation and the leading of the Holy Spirit, St. Matthias New Beginning was launched on May 4, 2008. Elder Lawton Bryant entered his new venture, new work with the support of Lynn, his wife of 24 years, their four daughters, Tiffany, Kandyce, Chelsea, Kayla, grandson Chancellor and new grandson Ronald. Elder Lawton Bryant has been joined by a host of fellow laborers who are willing to follow him as he follows Jesus to complete the vision.
The 2013 ADVOCATES FOR CULTURAL & HISTORICAL EDUCATION AWARDS takes place on Wednesday, April 24, 2014, 6pm to 8pm, at The Woodlands Mansion, Woodbury. N.Y.. To register or for more information, call Tracey Gittere at (516) 222-0550 or TGittere@LegendaryEvents.net
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Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society
Proceeds of this important event will benefit the Long Island Native American Indian Alliance Historical Society, a not-for-profit organization established in 2007 to educate the community on Long Island Native American Indian affairs. The New York State Board of Regents designated this organization as the first Not –for-Profit American Indian historical society within the Long Island New York region. Volunteers provide lectures, educational programs and activities to various schools, museums and other entities throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties.