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Isaiah 41:10. “Fear not, for I am with you; be not dismayed, for I am your God; I will strengthen you, I will help you, I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.
Amid hurt, disappointment and tears, 17 year old Johnnie Peoples made a life changing decision. After a lot of hard work, commitment and preparation, racism reared its ugly head and prevented him from getting the job he wanted so badly; an Automotive Mechanic Helper at an auto shop in downtown Oklahoma City in 1952.
On the other side of his tears, he decided to take a giant leap of faith that would change the trajectory of his life.
Dr. John W. People currently serves as pastor of the Faith Memorial Baptist Church, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He began his pastoral ministry at the Union Baptist Church, Chatham, Ontario Canada. He has served as pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church and the Cosmopolitan Baptist Church, Detroit, MI. He retired from the Detroit Public Schools and served as a Detroit City Councilman. Prior to his career in City government, education and ministry, he worked as a journeyman machine repairman at the Ford Motor Company. Dr. Peoples also established and owned Peoples Automobile Service. His motto is service with excellence. Dr. Peoples is married to the former Alice M. White
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