Pastor Reynold Hazelwood

Dr. Reynold Hazelwood is a graduate in Elementary Education from the University of the Southern Caribbean, Trinidad, and Ministerial Theology from Oakwood University, Alabama U.S.A.

He holds a Master of Theological Studies from Tyndale University and Seminary in Toronto, Canada where he also received the Victor Adrian award in Christian Apologetics and Missions in 2008.

In 2012, Dr. Hazelwood received a graduate diploma from Oakwood University in Adventist Muslim Relations studies.

He also holds a Doctor of Ministry Degree in Leadership Development from Tyndale University and Seminary in Toronto and successfully defended his dissertation on “Equipping Seventh-day Adventists to Build Relationships with Muslims.”

In July 2017, he was certified by Newbold College of Higher Education in England and the Global Centre of Seventh-day Adventist as an International Coach in Adventist Muslim Relations.

In 1999, Pastor Hazelwood accepted a call to the Ontario Conference and served as the Associate Pastor of the Ruth/Brampton District under Pastor Winston Hurlock. In January of 2002, he was asked to serve as the senior pastor for the Ruth Seventh-day Adventist Church in North Brampton. In 2010, Pastor Hazelwood accepted to serve as the senior pastor at Kingsview Village Seventh-day Adventist Church in Etobicoke.

In September of 2016, Dr. Hazelwood was asked to serve as the coordinator for Adventist Muslims Relations ministry in Ontario, a new ministry was birthed.

In November of 2016, he was asked to serve as the lead Pastor of the Brampton Adventist Church.

In August 2017, Dr. Reynold Hazelwood was asked to serve as the Director for Personal Ministries, School of Evangelism and Discipleship and Prison Ministry of the Ontario Conference.

 

Workshop: Discipleship and Evangelism

Day/Time: Sabbath, September 29, 2018 | 9:10-10:45 am  |  2:00-3:45 pm (Repeat presentation)

 

Overview:

One of the greatest needs of the church is not merely to win souls but to make disciples. Adding new members must involve making disciples for Christ. The church needs to move people from just being members to becoming disciples for Jesus Christ. Discipleship and Evangelism helps us to explore the dynamic process and progressive steps of discipleship and evangelism demonstrated through Christ’s method of evangelism.