BASSETERRE, St. Kitts, February 11, 2021 (Press Unit in the Office of the Prime Minister) – Members of the Team Unity administration, including Prime Minister Dr. the Honourable Timothy Harris and Deputy Prime Minister the Honourable Shawn Richards, joined family, members of the clergy, friends and well-wishers in paying their final respects to the late Dr. Allan Isaac, founder and Apostle of the Rivers of Living Water Christian Centre.
Dr. Isaac had an illustrious 48-year preaching career, 20 of which he served as a Pastor in the Wesleyan Holiness Church up until 1991. On August 13, 1995, Reverend Isaac along with his wife Debbie, founded the Rivers of Living Water Christian Centre.
PrimeMinister Harris was among those to pay tribute to the late Apostle at his homegoing service, held at the Rivers of Living Water Christian Centre earlier today (Thursday, February 11).
Theprime minister joined the congregation to celebrate the life and work of the servant leader Apostle Dr. Allan Isaac, who, through his many outreach programmes, had touched the lives of many individuals across the Federation.
“As an evangelist he loved crusades. He hosted many conferences and outreach to the young people, the men, the women and the married couples with well-organized seminars and workshops. He engaged in monthly hospital and prison ministry. He tried hard to win souls to God recognizing that life without God would be empty and bitter in the end. The raison d’etre of his evangelism and Ministry was to save souls,” Prime Minister Harris said.
Dr. Harris added, “Apostle Dr. Allan Samuel Isaac has made a tremendous contribution to the advancement of the Kingdom of God and our nation. He nurtured, inspired, and empowered our people to live and reach for more in life. He taught us to reach for more in our relationship with God, in education, in our careers, and in our marriages and family relationships. ‘The number one thing is always seeing life changed; to see someone transition from the Kingdom of darkness into God’s Kingdom, that’s my greatest joy’, he would often say.”
Inaddition to the compliments delivered by Prime Minister Harris, many other tributes were offered for the late Apostle Dr. Allan Isaac. Tributes came from his children, the Ministry of Education, Rivers of Living Water Christian Centre, the Washington Archibald High School, as well as from a number of Apostles from other nations including Trinidad and Tobago, the United States of America and Australia.