INLAND CITIES EAST

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Inland Cities East Chapter President

Marvin Williams is a Lifelong resident of San Bernardino, who grew up on San Bernardino’s westside. At an early age he witnessed the conception of San Bernardino’s gangs, as well as the drug trade that devoured his community as it did so many other inner cities across America throughout the nineteen eighties. Marvin was not merely a witness to these things but also became actively involved, and by doing so, Marvin suffered the consequences that come with such involvement. Marvin experienced his fair share of run in’s with the law, before he decided to answer the call to serve GOD and offer his life to Jesus Christ in 1997. In 2000 Marvin joined Ecclesia Christian Fellowship Church along with his wife of over 30 years, and their children. Since then Marvin has studied under the teaching and preaching of Senior Pastor Dr. Joshua Beckley, close friend and Minister Dr. Robert Strong, close friend and mentor Minister Brian Williams. Marvin currently serves as Youth Pastor for Ecclesia Christian Fellowship Church, where he works closely with the young adults and youth of the San Bernardino area. He has used his time to work with troubled youth of the San Bernardino area, by promoting the teachings of Jesus Christ, and encouraging the youth to look towards the future and not live only for the “now”. Marvin Williams Graduated from San Bernardino Valley College Psychiatric Technician Program in 1994, earning his certification as well as credits for his A.A. in the process. Currently Marvin Williams is employed at U.F.P. Industries Riverside LLC, located in Riverside, Ca. working as a Cost Accountant. Marvin has worked for his current employer for more than 20 years starting in 2000. Since then Marvin has furthered his education through his employer earning his B.A. in business in 2019. Marvin sees himself as one who can bring people together in order to work towards a common goal. His strength is in his foundation and belief in Jesus Christ, and he attributes all of his accomplishments to this foundation, and having a heart aimed towards inclusivity versus exclusivity. 

Inland Cities East Chapter President

Marvin Williams is a Lifelong resident of San Bernardino, who grew up on San Bernardino’s westside. At an early age he witnessed the conception of San Bernardino’s gangs, as well as the drug trade that devoured his community as it did so many other inner cities across America throughout the nineteen eighties. Marvin was not merely a witness to these things but also became actively involved, and by doing so, Marvin suffered the consequences that come with such involvement. Marvin experienced his fair share of run in’s with the law, before he decided to answer the call to serve GOD and offer his life to Jesus Christ in 1997. In 2000 Marvin joined Ecclesia Christian Fellowship Church along with his wife of over 30 years, and their children. Since then Marvin has studied under the teaching and preaching of Senior Pastor Dr. Joshua Beckley, close friend and Minister Dr. Robert Strong, close friend and mentor Minister Brian Williams. Marvin currently serves as Youth Pastor for Ecclesia Christian Fellowship Church, where he works closely with the young adults and youth of the San Bernardino area. He has used his time to work with troubled youth of the San Bernardino area, by promoting the teachings of Jesus Christ, and encouraging the youth to look towards the future and not live only for the “now”. Marvin Williams Graduated from San Bernardino Valley College Psychiatric Technician Program in 1994, earning his certification as well as credits for his A.A. in the process. Currently Marvin Williams is employed at U.F.P. Industries Riverside LLC, located in Riverside, Ca. working as a Cost Accountant. Marvin has worked for his current employer for more than 20 years starting in 2000. Since then Marvin has furthered his education through his employer earning his B.A. in business in 2019. Marvin sees himself as one who can bring people together in order to work towards a common goal. His strength is in his foundation and belief in Jesus Christ, and he attributes all of his accomplishments to this foundation, and having a heart aimed towards inclusivity versus exclusivity. 

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