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The Ministry of Compassion

Foreign Ministries

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Missionary Minnie P. Brooks-Hill

Missionary Minnie Pearl Brooks Hill is a fourth-generation Church of God in Christ born again child of God, faithful to her local church, and truly loves the Lord. She is presently serving with her husband, at First Trinity Church of God in Christ in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and Greater Trinity Church of God in Christ in Little Rock, Arkansas.

Other Christian experiences include ministries and the local, jurisdictional, and international levels. At the local level: Sunday school, Bible Band, Home and Foreign Missions teacher, Women’s department Advisor, and Minister’s wives Circle; at the district level as district secretary and Youth Chairlady; at the jurisdictional level as Jurisdictional Youth Coordinator, secretary and Chairlady over 40 years, and Jurisdictional Women’s department licensing board member; and at the international level serving twelve years in foreign missions in Haiti, Dominican Republic, Philippines, South Africa, Bahamas, Jamaica, Paris France, and visits to numerous other foreign countries, thereby enabling many doors and opportunities for Christian growth and maturity in the Lord. Her most recent appointment is Supervisor Designee for Haiti.

Mrs. Hill is the fourth of sixteen siblings—seven sisters and eight brothers, born January 11, 1944 in Forrest City, Arkansas, to the late Mr. Grady Brooks, Sr. and Mrs. Earsie Lee Turner Brooks. She is married to Saint DeWitt Hill; they have three children, three grand children and three great-grandchildren, and reside in Pine Bluff, Arkansas

She attended elementary school through the eighth grade in Dansby, Arkansas, a rural community where the family lived. Her promotion to the ninth grade, allowed her to attend Lincoln High School in Forrest City, Arkansas, from where she graduated and received her high school diploma in 1961.

For the next two years, her employment, as a nurses’ aid, at Forrest Memorial Hospital in Forrest City, Arkansas was her source of income to attend college. In 1963 she enrolled at A.M. & N. College in Pine Bluff, Arkansas and graduated in 1967 with a B.S. Degree in Business Education, and in the same year was employed by the Dumas Public School System, being the first Afro-American teacher. In 1969, she continued her pre-graduate studies at Ouachita Baptist College Arkadelphia, Arkansas. In 1972, she enrolled at Henderson State University Arkadelphia, Arkansas where she graduated in 1973 with a M.S.E. degree in Business Education. In 1977, she accepted a full-time administrative position at her church, and is currently serving in that capacity. She is a recipient of several certificates from ITC (Interdenominational Theological Seminary) in Atlanta, Georgia.

Pastors Interview with Elder Daryl Wilkerson

Elder Daryl Wilkerson, Evangelist with the DeWitt Hill Ministry traveled to Haiti with Saint DeWitt Hill and Ron A. Lee.  They attended the Jurisdictional Holy Convocation.  While in Haiti, Elder Wilkerson preached at several churches, toured some of the devastated areas in the city and mountains.  He took time to interview some of the superintendents and pastors about the needs they face and pled to the people in the United States for help.


The Ministry of Compassion

The Ministry of Compassion is the continuing mission of Saint DeWitt Hill.  Saint DeWitt Hill travelled to Haiti for over 50 years.  He has shipped by planes, boats, ships tons of clothes and non-perishable goods.  When he travels in person, he leaves all of his clothes except what he is going to wear back to the United States.  Haiti and the Bahamas were his last foreign mission trips before going home to be with God.

Hallelujah is the Universal Praise 

This Anointed young lady leading worship was dropped into Pastor Ecclesias's life about 12 years earlier when her parents were unable to support her any longer. Pastor Ecclesias took her in to show her the love of God. After the past 12 years, and look what a powerful leader she has become. A-MEN