I loved listening to his funny stories. I think it would be safe to say that he exaggerated at times which was not only effective, but also entertaining. He was one who could take a joke. I remember during one revival service at Tarkenton Memorial Pentecostal Holiness Church in Athens, Georgia. I had forgotten my Bible. He asked me as he was preaching . . ."Greg, where is your Bible?" I responded, "I have it memorized." I'm glad he laughed.
Jerry B. enjoyed finer things and he wanted everything to be tidy. I imagine the streets of gold in heaven will be more golden for him, the jewels more precious, and he may even have two mansions.
Well, I miss you already. Thank you Jerry B. for your ministry.
Gregory H. Morgan
[Editor's Comment: Greg serves as an editorial consultant to me, the editor of Hugh's News. He is a contributing writer for this newsletter, and does book and movie reviews. He is the pianist at our church in Athens, Christian Life Worship Center (formerly called Tarkenton Memorial Church), as well as the World Missions Director. Greg loves missions and served two years in Budapest, Hungary as a Tent Maker Missionary for the IPHC. He has taught English as a Second Language in Taiwan, and ministered for five weeks in London with Harold Presley at his church there.
Two years ago, Greg went with our former pastor, J. Brian Williams, and a team from our church to Uganda for two weeks of ministry. He loved every minute of it.
Greg is currently involved in teaching special needs children at Moore Middle School in Gwinnett County, GA. He is a singer with the Gwinett County Choral Group and Symphonic Orchestra. He plans to travel back to Budapest, Hungary next summer, and visit neighboring countries with friends.]