FBN CEO and President Reverend Margaret Elcock is being congratulated on the award of Doctor of Divinity conferred on her by Dr. Zamekio Jackson President of the St. Thomas Christian University, Jacksonville, Florida in the presence of three hundred invited guests at the Trinidad Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre on Sunday September 1st.
In a video greeting from her friend and mentor Dr. Myles Munroe -leader of the Bahamas Faith Ministries International and the International Third World Leaders Association- Reverend Margaret Elcock was said to have been more than deserving of such recognition for many years.
Reverend Dr Margaret Elcock has devoted over 25 years in broadcasting. She established the Family Focus Broadcasting Network 22 years ago which used to buy air time on a local radio station to proclaim the Word of God. In 2002 ISAAC 98.1FM THE PROMISE -the nation's first 24hr FM Gospel Radio Station- was founded by the pioneering broadcaster. ISAAC, Inspirational, Spirit Led, Annointed, Appointed and Christ-centred celebrated its eleventh anniversary on August 31st 2013. She has traveled extensively lecturing and facilitating on several continents. She is also a board member of the ITWLA and lecturer of the Haggai Institute campuses in SIngapore and Hawaii.
FBN has reached hundreds of thousands of people through its "on air" and off air ministries and reaches millions through the World Wide Web, spreading the message of hope. This has been accomplished through the tenacity and drive of Reverend Dr Margaret Elcock as she executes the mandate she received from God to establish the Family Focus Broadcasting Network.
Reverend Margaret Elcock was awarded the Nation's second highest honour, the Chaconia Medal (silver) for her work in Religious Education in 2010.