Anthony White is a former Arts student of Jamaica College, however he switched to accounting while attending Excelsior Community College (Evening Division).

After leaving evening school, he worked at General Accident Insurance Company as a supervisor of the receivables department.  While working at General Accident he did further studies in accounting and acquired his Membership of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT).  Rev. White continues to provide consultancy accounting work for General Accident Insurance Company up until January 2008. From September 2009 to November 2010 he worked as a consultant for Spectrum Insurance Brokers Limited. Today he currently works with Allied Insurance Brokers as their Assistant Manager – Credit in charge of receivables and collections since March 2011.


In 1997 he switched studies from chartered accounting (ACCA) which he had begun, to theological studies at the Jamaica Theological Seminary where he completed his Bachelor’s Degree in Theology, with a minor in Pastoral Studies and Guidance & Counseling.  He graduated with the award for the most outstanding pastoral student.


Rev. White formerly served as Vice Chairman of Edith Dalton James High School and currently as the Vice Chairman of Merl Grove High School for girls.  He lectured part-time at the Jamaica Theological Seminary diploma programme and conducts leadership and self-esteem seminars at various high schools throughout Jamaica.  Rev. White previously served on the Greater Grants Pen Minister’s Fraternal as Vice Chairman.


Currently, Rev. White serves as Second Vice President for the Association. One of his main responsibilities within the Association is that of writing theological position papers which are distributed to local and overseas churches.


Rev. White is currently pastoring at Rehoboth Gospel Assembly at 77 Constant Spring Road since January 2004 and oversight pastor of Spring Village Gospel Assembly in Clarendon, since October 2013.  He is the Second Vice President of the AGA. Rev. White is married to Nevin for 19 years, and is the father of Jonathan and Jason. During his spare time Rev. White loves to play football and go fishing. He is an avid scrabble and videogames player.



Born in Kingston Jamaica, Rev. Dr. Samuels has been actively involved in ministry for years in various capacities:


♦ As a Musician – he is co-founder and leader of the multi-award-winning band Birthright and coordinator of music for the national events of his denomination. He also served for six (6) years as Minister of Music at his denomination’s largest congregation, which is situated at 65 Waltham Park Road.


♦ As a Bible Teacher and Lecturer – he lectured for eight (8) years at the Bethel Bible College (Kingston Extension) – a Bible College established and run by his denomination.


♦ As a Public Speaker – he speaks in conferences, workshops, crusades and conventions across denominational and geographical boundaries. Rev. Dr. Samuels received his tertiary training at:


♦ The University of Technology where he pursued studies in Mechanical Engineering;


♦ The University of the West Indies where he read for a degree in Economics and Management;


♦ The Caribbean Graduate School of Theology where he pursued the Caribbean Ministries programme with an emphasis on Counseling Psychology, and


♦ The Columbia Theological Seminary in conjunction with the United Theological College of the West Indies where he pursued the Doctor of Ministries (DMin) programme.


Reverend Dr. Samuels currently serves as the General Secretary of the Schools Christian Fellowship & Scripture Union (SCF/SU) which has direct responsibility for the Inter-Schools Christian Fellowship (ISCF) in over 200 secondary schools and the University and College Christian Fellowship (UCCF) in 26 Universities and Colleges. Through this organization, he is has launched into an area of ministry to teens (between the ages of 12-18) in secondary schools and youths in the tertiary institutions, who through their motto” To Know Christ and To Make Him Known” seek to reach teens and youths for Christ. He also serves as Secretary/Treasurer for his denomination – the New Testament Church of God in Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. Rev. Dr. Samuels has been married for sixteen (16) years to Larene Samuels (nee Barrett). There are two children from the union – Stefanne and Abigail.

Profile of Rev. Dr. Roy L. Notice

Rev. Dr. Roy Lincoln Notice is an ordained minister in the New Testament Church of God for approximately 25 years.  He is the immediate past President of Bethel Bible College and is currently serving as the Lead Pastor for the Waltham Park New Testament Church.       


His pastoral ministry has taken him to McDonald Lane in Maxfield Park, Old Harbour and to Mandeville. He also had the honour of serving on the staff of the Norman Manley High School and the Brown’s Town Community College as guidance Counsellor and lecturer, respectively.


He is married to Vinette and the union has produced two wonderful young ladies, Danielle and Joelle.




Carlton Alexander Dennis grew up in the community of Whitfield Town. He was adopted into the family of God on March 27, 1968 and became a member of Bethel Gospel Assembly where he attended Sunday School. God allowed him the privilege to attend Kingston College, The Jamaica Theological Seminary where he earned a B.Th. (Bachelor in Theology), The Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary Massachusetts, where he earned a MATS (Master of Arts in Theological Studies) and Drew University, Madison, New Jersey where he earned a MPhil (Master of Philosophy) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) degrees in Biblical Studies. By God’s favour, he has published three books:  Jonah: A Picture of the Modern Christian, Mi an u az di choch (You and I as the church) and Memoirs of a Wise Woman: Proverbs and Sayings used as a Child Rearing Device.  He has also prepared for his students, but not published; Greek Grammar for Beginners, Biblical Hebrew: A first Grammar, and Writing an Exegesis Paper: Important Steps.

He has received from God, the gift of a wife, Sharon Martin, whom he married in 1979; the gifts of two sons, Alex and Shane, and a daughter Sharone. He and his wife are grandparents to two grandsons.  In 1990 he was called to Pastor Bethel Gospel Assembly where he still serves. He is currently serving as the President of the Associated Gospel Assemblies and is a visiting lecturer at Jamaica Theological Seminary.

His passion is to see every Christian surrendered to the will of God and to train godly leaders for the Kingdom.