The Late Night Ministers Association (LNMA) held the second half of their giveaway revival, February 19, 2023 at the Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church where Reverend Dr. Louis Sibley, III, serves as pastor. This association meets on the first Sunday of the month beginning August through April for the purpose of fellowshipping and raising funds to support students.
A group of local ministers organized The Late Night Ministers Association and adopted the theme “A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Waste” more than 30 years ago as they focused on the youth in their various churches in the state of Wisconsin. Their conviction was, they would rather help our young people continue with their education rather than visit them in jail or preach their funerals; so, they focused on building this ministry. Today, The Late Night Ministers Association have helped numerous students as they matriculated in various colleges over the years. Many have returned to the community to give back; some have moved to other states; while others are currently enrolled in various universities/colleges throughout the United States. Although a number of pastors who supported this ministry in the beginning have passed or have dropped out, we commend those few who continue the work.
Pictured are (from left) LMNA Executive Secretary, Pastor Edward Thomas, LMNA President Pastor Robert T. Wilson, and Pastor Louis Sibley III.