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By Jay Rogers
Published April 26, 2008

John Christopher (“Jay”) Rogers was born in Washington D.C. on June 24, 1962, the feast day of John the Baptist, the “Forerunner.” He grew up in Framingham, Massachusetts, a town in the Boston metropolitan area. Jay is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, B.A. in English and Psychology. He taught high school English before becoming a full-time Christian newspaper editor in 1989.

In 1993, Jay Rogers founded Media House International, a Christian foundation which seeks to train university students world-wide to produce Christian media in their own nations. Jay also worked with Reel to Real Ministries as a producer and script writer of several powerful videos.

In 1995, Jay bought a house in Melbourne, Florida directly across the street from one of America’s most well-known and controversial abortion clinics. He has been involved with pro-life ministries since 1988.

Jay’s vision for ministry is primarily for Revival and Reformation — to restore the rich heritage of the New England Puritans to Christians in America, and to revive the teachings of biblical orthodoxy in the Church worldwide.


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