Pastor Tavares Macon, was born in Miami, Florida. He is the proud parent of one daughter and the eldest of 7 siblings. Pastor Tavares graduated High School from Miami Northwestern and attended Bethune Cookman College majoring in Biology. Pastor Tavares known as Pastor “T” is a very astute young man that grew up admiring his grandfather and his uncle. He loved them both because they always told him what was right. He went to church with his grandfather and that’s where he learned the Bible and grew up around other young children. As Pastor “T” came into man hood, He tried his best to keep himself free from drugs and alcohol making sure he would be able to have a productive future; although, he strayed away as a young man trying to follow bad company, God protected him through it all. He has a testimony that God is still faithful and when you are chosen there is no other way around serving God. Young or old, you have to surrender to His will for your life. Pastor “T” says he is thankful for salvation, for the Prophetess’ guidance in helping him on his road to Holy living, and also the opportunity to serve as one of the Pastors at The Kingdom Agenda Ministries Inc.
The training and the call as a Pastor caused me to realize that God will use those who people negatively label and think will not make it, even when you make wrong decisions in life. God is the one that chooses men and women to do great exploits for His kingdom and I am so grateful to have been one of the chosen ones. I am blessed to serve at a “Remnant” church under an awesome leader that will not compromise and I love her as my spiritual mother. Thank you again Prophetess Felicia Hamilton-Parramore for the opportunity and appointment to serve in this capacity.
His Favorite scripture is the Prayer of Jabez: 1 Chronicles 4:9-10 “Jabez was more honorable than his brothers. His mother had named him Jabez, saying, ‘I gave birth to him in pain.’ Jabez cried out to the God of Israel, ‘Oh, that you would bless me and enlarge my territory! Let your hand be with me, and keep me from harm so that I will be free from pain.’ And God granted his request.”