Jean Samuel Bruce currently works for Christian Television Network of the Palm Beaches, and has been for nearly twenty four years, assisting in different areas including but not limited to Master Control Operations and other related activities. Additionally, Jean Samuel Bruce hosts Impact Spirituel, formerly Détente Evangelique, which he founded in December of 1994 as a community gospel based television program serving the Haitian community.
In addition to his ministerial work with the Christian Television Network, Mr. Bruce currently serves as Senior Pastor at Agape Worship Center, an affiliated Church of the Christian and Missionary Alliance, and is involved in a number of community initiatives focusing on youth and their families. He is currently married to Mrs. Gina Bruce, after the death of his first wife in 1998. Together they have three children: Samantha Tatiana Bruce, Ruthanna Jessica Bruce,and Ludmilla Iclide Bruce.
Mr. Bruce received his BA in Business Administration from Northwood University in Midland, MI; an MA in Biblical Studies from South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary in Deerfield Beach, FL, and an MBA from Nova Southeastern University in Davie, FL.
Mr. Bruce was born in Port au Prince, Haiti in 1958 and emigrated to the United States in 1986. He got saved at the age of fifteen while attending Church with older siblings. Mr. Bruce likes to read and play music (guitar and piano) in his free time. Furthermore, Mr. Bruce considers himself an introvert by nature and an extrovert by practice. His real desire is to love God passionately and people compassionately. Therefore, Mr. Bruce’s threefold life philosophy is this: Whatever does not enhance my fellowship with God disinterests me; whatever slows down my fellowship with God bothers me; whatever stops, breaks, or destroys my fellowship or relationship with God frightens me.
Quick Facts About Jean
Samuel likes to cook and his favorite dish is Red Snapper