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Just ordinary people, God uses ordinary people to fulfill his will. God looks for that person after his own heart. Just plain, down to earth people, who are willing to be led. God chooses those who have an ear to listen, and a clean heart. God is not a respecter of persons. If he will use a harlot, like rehab, he will use you. The problem is that we do not or are not willing to give ourselves over to his control. God uses those who will submit themselves to Him.



Carolyn Pollard
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On Monday October 19, 2009 God called home His faithful servant Carolyn from
labor to reward.



Carolyn Wilson Pollard was born July, 11, 1949 to Gracie B. Wilson and the late Lionel A. Wilson. She was educated in the Isle of Wight County public schools and received Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA.

Carolyn was employed by the Newport News Public Schools (as a high school Guidance Counselor) from which she retired in 2007, after 35 years of service.
On Nov. 27, 1982, Carolyn married Moses F. Pollard. From this union they were blessed with one very special son, Michael Alexander.

Carolyn loved the Lord and accepted Christ as her Savior at an early age. She lived a life according to His word. She exemplified all that was good in this world and was always willing to go that extra mile to help others. Carolyn found great joy with her missionary work for Ambassadors for Christ, Inc., (where her ministry reached several countries including Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, China and the D. R. Congo, Africa) and "sharing the word", radio broadcast, both of which she Co-founded and Co-hosted with her husband Moses. She especially rejoiced in singing praises unto the Lord. Her angelic voice brought peace and comfort to many hearts.

Carolyn was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Smithfield, Va. where she served on several ministries (Willing Workers, EBC Missionary, Senior Choir and the Mass Choir) Carolyn leaves to cherish her memories her loving husband of 27 years, Moses (Honey); one son, Michael Alexander (Nashville, TN.); her mother, Gracie B. Wilson (Smithfield); three sisters, Lois Lantz (Larry - Atlantic City, N. J.), Bruce Belinda Williams (Joe - Egg harbor Township, N. J.), Jamie B. Grant (Joseph - Smithfield); two aunts, Elsie B. Hall and Josephine W. Lane; one uncle, Russell Bailey (Peggy); a mother-in-law, Elenora E. Pollard; three sisters-in-law, Lena G. Redmon, Thelma E. Pollard (Dwight) and Nancy Burrell (Eric); three brothers-in-law, Dorsey P. Robinson, Harold T. Burrell and Timothy Burrell; several nieces, nephews and a host of relatives and friends.

Ambassadors for Christ was founded in March of 2001 by four people, to provide mission relief throughout the world. Our organization went on it's first mission trip in July of 2001 to Juarez, Mexico. We assisted Eben-Ezer Church in repairing their school, provided relief packages, repaired the roof, painted, repaired classroom walls, and held church services. AFC World Missions, Inc., strives to help those in need. There are many in need in Juarez.


Carolyn Wilson Pollard was born July, 11, 1949 to Gracie B. Wilson and the late Lionel A. Wilson. She was educated in the Isle of Wight County public schools and received Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees from Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA.

Carolyn was employed by the Newport News Public Schools (as a high school Guidance Counselor) from which she retired in 2007, after 35 years of service.
On Nov. 27, 1982, Carolyn married Moses F. Pollard. From this union they were blessed with one very special son, Michael Alexander.

Carolyn loved the Lord and accepted Christ as her Savior at an early age. She lived a life according to His word. She exemplified all that was good in this world and was always willing to go that extra mile to help others. Carolyn found great joy with her missionary work for Ambassadors for Christ, Inc., (where her ministry reached several countries including Cuba, Dominican Republic, Mexico, China and the D. R. Congo, Africa) and "sharing the word", radio broadcast, both of which she Co-founded and Co-hosted with her husband Moses. She especially rejoiced in singing praises unto the Lord. Her angelic voice brought peace and comfort to many hearts.

Carolyn was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church, Smithfield, Va. where she served on several ministries (Willing Workers, EBC Missionary, Senior Choir and the Mass Choir) Carolyn leaves to cherish her memories her loving husband of 27 years, Moses (Honey); one son, Michael Alexander (Nashville, TN.); her mother, Gracie B. Wilson (Smithfield); three sisters, Lois Lantz (Larry - Atlantic City, N. J.), Bruce Belinda Williams (Joe - Egg harbor Township, N. J.), Jamie B. Grant (Joseph - Smithfield); two aunts, Elsie B. Hall and Josephine W. Lane; one uncle, Russell Bailey (Peggy); a mother-in-law, Elenora E. Pollard; three sisters-in-law, Lena G. Redmon, Thelma E. Pollard (Dwight) and Nancy Burrell (Eric); three brothers-in-law, Dorsey P. Robinson, Harold T. Burrell and Timothy Burrell; several nieces, nephews and a host of relatives and friends.



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