Minister Gertrude Ferguson, M.Ed., B.A.

She is an ordained minister who has been leading in ministry for approximately 20 years. She is the founder of Enough Tribulations Peace & Deliverance Ministries.

After she was baptized, she received a vision. In the vision, there was a group of people who were getting ready to attend a secular party. They invited her to attend, but she declined, by saying, “I don’t go down that road anymore.” After she declined, she saw a young boy about the age of 10-13 years old calling her. She went to him, and he told her to follow him. While following him, she asked him if he thinks the Lord calls her for a purpose, and the boy said, “Yes, the Lord calls you for a purpose. Follow me!” While following him, the path took them down a flight of stairs with huge holes in them. At that point, it was very difficult to follow the boy, as she would have fallen into the huge holes in the stairs. The boy began to fly over the huge holes in the stairs. However, she was also able to fly over the huge holes as well. Therefore, she continued to follow the boy. What purpose God has called her for, he did not fully reveal then. He took her through various trials and tribulations, while he continues to reveal his purpose step by step, as she continues to follow him.

The call to launch this ministry came during the most difficult periods of her Christian journey. As she was going through various tribulations and spiritual setbacks in her life, God spoke to her through the Scripture, John 16:33, “These things I have spoken unto you, that in me you might have peace. In the world you shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world.”

During a 40-days fasting and prayer, the Lord revealed His mission to her. He wanted her to minister healing and deliverance to people. He admonished her to step into her Kingdom assignment. As she advances into her Kingdom assignment, she continues to seek the Lord’s face through fasting, meditation, prayers and the Word of God.

She was born in Jamaica West Indies, where she served her country as a police officer. She also ministered alongside her late husband, Bishop Hervin Ferguson, in the local churches in Jamaica and New Jersey. She is a citizen of the United States of America, and resides in the state of New Jersey. She is also an author and an educator by profession.