Frank A. Jones, III is the Pastor and founder of the City of Refuge Church, a cutting edge ministry; one church in the heart of an inner city. 32855 Bowie Street, White Castle, LA.
Pastor Frank Jones is a dynamic preacher and teacher of the Word of God with a unique anointing that unfolds the Word of God to all ages and ethnicities. He is a respected community voice and strong leader. Through his leadership the City of Refuge has grown from 8 members to its present membership, approximately one-third the town of White Castle’s population in twelve years. Pastor Jones received his training in Pastoral Studies and Biblical Theology at World Evangelism Bible College and Seminary in Baton Rouge, LA and continued his education in Christian Counseling at the Christian Leadership Institute in New Jersey and Bienvenue Christian Institute. He is a proud member of M.O.V.E. (Ministers of Vision Evangelical) under the leadership of Bishop Raymond Johnson of the Living Faith Christian Center.
Pastor Jones is the husband of the lovely Felisha Nelson Jones for twenty years. They have three beautiful children Raven, Stephen, and Bryanna Jones; and one grandson Rashaun Munson. His mission and mandate by God is simply to minister to the whole man Spirit, Soul and Body.
The City Of Refuge is a place where God’s presence is experienced, His anointing flowing and His power manifested. Men and Women of all nationalities, creed, and color worship in unity.
It is a place where the broken hearted is mended, the sick healed, the bound loose; where the whole man – spirit, soul and body is ministered to. It is a place where the rejected soul can find acceptance. The City of Refuge is used to reach a world, fulfilling Mark 16:15 “…Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.” It is a place where those who have made past mistakes are rehabilitated, preparing them to be an asset to society. Marriages are strengthened; leaders developed and societies changed by the eternal word of God. It is a place of reconciliation fulfilling II Corinthians 5:18.