DR. JAMES M. GBOLO, PASTOR
Ambassordor Dr. James M. Gbolo, a Liberian-American, was born in Monrovia, Liberia, West Africa; he is one of nine children. Dr. Gbolo is married to Griselda Gbolo who was born in Nigeria; they met at Andrews University. Together they have three wonderful children, Monale, Tapiah and James Jr.
Dr. Gbolo is currently running an international radio program, where his sermons air twice a week and thousands of lives are being transformed. He loves music, and gives his talents and skills to the Glory of God. On October 25, 2014, Pastor Gbolo received his Ambassadorial appointment to the United Nations at large.
Dr. Gbolo earned a Bachelor’s degree in Religion and received his Masters of Divinity at the Andrews University Theological Seminary with emphasis in Church Growth and Evangelism. He received an Honor Doctor of Divinity, from the Canadian International Chaplaincy Academy International University and Seminary, he is also a Licensed Chaplain, and received a diploma from the World of Life Christian Fellowship. Dr. Gbolo, is also an international evangelist who has preached in many countries around the world including Europe, Africa, Caribbean and North America.
Pastor Dr. Gbolo is also the Assistant Direction of the Mercy Mission International whose mission is reaching under privilege people with medical and spiritual assistance around the world. Through our ministry, hundreds of souls have received the gospel of Christ and being baptize to the kingdom of Christ. Currently, he is the pastor of the Community Tabernacle of Praise of Seventh-Day Adventist, Brooklyn, New York.
Updated: May 2, 2016