Pastor Rahming has an undergraduate degree in Theology from Northern Caribbean University (formerly West Indies College) and a Master of Arts degree in Pastoral Theology from the Inter-American Adventist Theological Seminary.
While studying at Northern Caribbean University in Jamaica, he spent a year in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti as a teacher at the English Junior Academy. He was also active in evangelism throughout Jamaica, conducting many crusades, revivals, weeks of prayer, and Sabbath services.
Since graduating in 2000, he has served the Adventist Church as a pastor in The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands. Presently, he is a church pastor in the South Bahamas Conference of Seventh-day Adventists and also serves the Atlantic Caribbean Union as the Sabbath School and ADRA director, a position to which he was elected in December 2015.
Over the years, as a result of his availability to the Spirit of God, more than eight hundred persons have accepted Jesus as their personal Saviour and have become a part of His church.
Pastor Rahming is married to Paulyn Rahming (nee Johnson), a primary school teacher. They have one daughter, Davincia Abrielle K’reema.
Motto: “To win, To hold, To train”
There are four objectives of the Sabbath School department: Bible Study, Fellowship, Community Outreach, and World Mission. Therefore, the Sabbath School department exists to support local field directors in empowering and equipping Sabbath School personnel with the skills, knowledge, and resources necessary to make Sabbath Schools throughout the union places where members
➢ Grow through the study of God’s word
➢ Enjoy Christian love and fellowship
➢ Share God’s love through personal witness and community outreach
➢ Support global mission