National Black Pro-Life Coalition ∴ Jonathan Tremaine

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Website: Jonathan Tremaine

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Jonathan Tremaine Thomas was raised in the southern foothills of western North Carolina along with his brother, worship leader Jaye Thomas. As a fourth-generation "preacher's kid", and the grand-nephew of the late jazz/blues legend Dr. Nina Simone; Jonathan represents a unique blending of artistic history and divine calling.

After earning a B.S. Communications degree in Media Production, a Bachelor of Practical Ministry, and while pursuing a graduate degree in the School of Intercultural Studies and World Missions at Fuller Theological Seminary; Jonathan was commissioned in 2003 by Bethel World Outreach Center as a missionary to the gang-troubled neighborhoods and high schools of east Nashville, TN.

While serving these communities, art began to imitate life when he was personified as the character "Tony" in the 2006 Sony Pictures film, "The Second Chance". After traveling extensively as a public speaker; Jonathan began to employ his theatrical, film, and media production skills to equip and encourage young people. Speaking face to face with thousands of high school and college students across the nation, Jonathan began to be perceived as a bold voice for justice, righteousness, and reformation.

Today, he serves as Director of the IHOPE Prayer Furnace, Director of Intercession at Mission Preborn, Founder/Vice-President of a non-profit creative company called EastGate Studios, a Producer at Uproot Media, LLC, and an activist with the National Black Pro-Life Coalition.

With a strong conviction to "earnestly contend for the faith"; Jonathan carries an uncompromising message of identity in Christ and Holiness through an eternal perspective. Furthermore, his testimony's speak of God’s faithfulness throughout the generations, and the supernatural blessing of serving Jesus unswervingly in the days of one's youth.

Jonathan currently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife Mollie and their young daughter.