Bishop R. Alonzo Jones
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Pastor Mary L. Jones
Pastor Mary Jones is a native Baltimorean; she is the seventh of nine children born to Louis and Marie Ann Wyley. Pastor Mary Jones was educated in the Baltimore City Public Schools and graduated at the top of her class receiving numerous awards and scholarships from the historic Frederick Douglas High School. She continued her education at the renowned Morgan State University.
Pastor Mary was reared in a Christian home and was baptized at an early age at Olivet Baptist Church under the leadership of Bishop Wilbur Watson. Through the witness of Alonzo Jones, Mary joined The Greater Hope Church of God in Christ where she served for 16 years under the leadership of the late Dr. Roosevelt Jones, Sr. As a result of this new move, at the ripe age of seventeen she received Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior. Being a young woman of God, Mary was known for her love of truth and justice, and her boldness to step to the enemy. She was also greatly influenced and nurtured by her spiritual mother, Mother Rosalie Jones. Mother Jones would often counsel and guide Mary in the ways of holiness. Mother Jones would often quote, “Holiness is and always will be right.”
On September 15, 1996 Mary obeyed the call to ministry along with her husband and companion of over 19 years Bishop R. Alonzo Jones, Jr. Together they birthed Family Life Global Ministries, Inc. (A church with the needs of the family at heart). Within three years the ministry expanded and Life Fellowship International and Forever Family Conference was formed.
Today, God has blessed Pastor Mary to serve as State Overseer of the Women’s ministry for Life Fellowship International Churches, Youth Pastor for Family Life Global Ministries, Inc., an anointed preacher, teacher, and mentor to many. Many are encouraged by her passion and hunger for God’s Word. “I love what God Loves, and I Hate what God Hates” is her signature quote based on one of her favorite passages of scripture, found in Proverbs 6:16.