Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church

Rev. L.E. Anderson, Jr., Senior Pastor

Where God Builds People

Young Adult Pastor

Minister P.J. Majors

Precious Jewell Majors was born and raised in Kokomo, Indiana, he is the youngest of 3 siblings raised by his father and step-mother. Precious is also the second eldest sibling of 4 children from his biological mother. Raised in Kokomo, Indiana, Precious attend Kokomo Center Schools and graduated from Kokomo High School in 2008.

Although fellowshipping with Mt. Pisgah Missionary Baptist Church since the age of 12, he did not accepts Jesus Christ as his personal Lord and Savior until 2008 at the age of 18 under the direction and leadership of Pastor Lonnie E. Anderson.

In 2012, Precious graduated from Indiana University-Kokomo with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and concentration on Leadership. While at Indiana University-Kokomo Precious developed a passion for life-long learning, mentoring, and life-coaching which has led to the ongoing development of a movement entitled “Discover Your Greatness”; aiming to develop values and instill principles through curriculum that focuses on unlocking the gifts and talents God has given us.

After graduation, Precious chose to further his education by attending Western Michigan University where he studied Educational Leadership with a concentration in Higher Education, Student Affairs. Precious is committed to educating academically at-risk students, developing the talents of young adults, and advocating for life-long learning through mentoring, curriculum developing, and life coaching. His many life experiences and education has led his emphasis on community building. As a graduate student, Precious received an award for Teaching Excellence and was recognized by his peers for his display of resilience and determination, through the professional Great Strides Award. In 2014, Precious Majors graduated from Western Michigan University with a (4.0 GPA) and accepted a position at his former alma mater Indiana University- Kokomo. His life philosophy and experiences led him to become a dedicated educator, advocator, minister, and aspiring author.

Throughout his life Precious has received mentorship from individuals that helped shape him into the young man he is today. He recognizes and appreciates the fact that many have sacrificed time and energy for his development of the many, most notable are his beloved grandfather Jewell Majors Sr., father Jewell Majors Jr., mentor Adrian Thomas, and Pastor Lonnie E. Anderson Jr. Moreover, he acknowledges the divine intervention and placement of each individual who has helped him grow.  

Precious announced the call God placed on his life to preach the Gospel Message in 2013 under the tutelage of Pastor Lonnie E. Anderson Jr. Minister Majors preached his initial sermon May 31st, 2015.

In July 2017, Precious married his high school sweetheart the former Nia Alana Bonnafon-Mosley and the two currently reside in Indianapolis, In.

Today, Mr. Majors is a dedicated educator, advocator, minister, and aspiring author. Currently serving as Program Advisor, Retention and Support Initiatives for high achieving diverse students at Indiana University in Bloomington, In and President of MoBoy LLC. Precious is committed to the development of young-adults (Millennials) in their gifts and talents; as well as becoming confident in their narratives and development of their own personal value system in accordance to God’s word. With the Lord’s direction, Precious plans to develop a publishing company and publish his own writings as an author. Precious enjoys traveling the world, exploring food, sporting, and history!

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