Every Sunday night at 9pm. Harold and Mary have a show on 102.3 FM KJLH called Think Big Incorporated, where it is a continuation of the service they have in the morning, but they also have guest on the show and talk about current issues and deal with problems that affect the Black communities throughout Los Angeles county.
I have known Harold Jackson since I was at Eliot Junior High School and he and Mr. Foster were security to us bad kids. What I remember from then is that they knew how to deal with us without becoming our enemies. We all thought they were both cool and we obeyed whatever they told us to do. So when I heard the Harold was a Bishop I immediately thought that he would probably be a great servant of the Lord and teacher of His word because he has experienced life on several different levels and the battles of trials and tribulations, won and lost build character substance.
Harold and his wife, Pastor Mary Jackson are two people who were destined to be together. They are both prosperous and willing to share their knowledge of gaining wealth, both financially and spiritually. Harold has owned nightclubs and homes in Pasadena for decades ans Mary has several successful businesses in Pasadena and Altadena.
For eight years they have had their church on the corner of Lincoln and Montana and they have done some wonderful things for the community, especially in Northwest Pasadena and West Altadena. They have a monthly barbeque giveaway on the corner of Woodbury and Fair Oaks.
Monday, August 7, Faithworks will be hosting Holy Women to Women, featuring Know Your Worth by Tamelle Stovall. It is a place for women to come an be empowered. I have heard Tamelle speak before and her message is enlightening.
On Saturday August 12th from 12 - 5pm at Loma Alta Park, Faithworks has teamed up with others in the community and they are giving away 800 backpacks for kids to go back to school. There will be free food and other activities going on at the park all day.
Harlod and Mary came up in Altadena and Pasadena and they have the good of the people here in their hearts as it is evident by how much they give back.