Pastor Freddie L. Hebron of Christian Revival Center passed away during the early hours of Monday, January 28 at the age of 64. Hebron had just returned from his ministry work in Haiti on Saturday and preached his final ser- mon on Sunday in Savannah.
Hebron’s work as a servant for the Lord included extensive arrays of ministries here in Savannah.
He is most recognized for his spiritual efforts in the country of Haiti and Dominican Republic, introducing, teaching, and preaching the Word of God to tens of thousands of people there through Pastoral, women, and youth conferences, and revivals. The last Vacation Bible School organized by Hebron this past July hosted over 30,000 children throughout Haiti. Hebron was also a humanitarian through his efforts in Haiti by providing aide to the surrounding communities with annual medical clinics and by providing much needed food and supplies to the families of the country.
There was a need for him there that he realized. After a visit to Haiti, Hebron said in an interview “If I didn’t feel we were making a difference there, I would not go back.” In Savannah Hebron will be remembered for Hallelujah Night (Christian carnival held on Halloween) and the Annual Food and Clothes Giveaway held between Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays at the fairgrounds.
Hebron is sur- vived by his wife Barbara (Kim), daughters Malika, Michelle, Brittany, Brandy, the Christian Revival Center family, and his entire Christian family. For more information on funeral services please contact Christian Revival Center at 912-233-3545.