BISHOP JACQUELINE McCULLOUGH
Bishop Jacqueline McCullough is highly celebrated as one of the most dynamic Black female preachers in America and the world. She is also an author and gospel artist whose first release made a great impact on Billboard Magazine Christian Music/Gospel charts.
McCullough started her career journey as a registered nurse, but soon answered the call of God to pursue ministry full time. Her unshakable commitment to the work of Christ and the evangelization of the world fueled her passion to travel the United States and the world to preach the gospel. As an outgrowth, she established the Jackie E McCullough Ministry (JEM) and Word Alive Medical Mission, which provides educational and medical support to several countries as a part of their evangelistic and humanitarian outreach.
This New York based preacher has been one of the most requested Black female preachers in America, and she has ministered to hundreds at conferences, small churches and megachurches throughout her colorful years in ministry. She oversees a network of Beth Rapha churches and is the lead pastor for the International Gathering at Beth Rapha in Rockland County, New York. She is also the proud pioneer and president of Beth Rapha Christian College and Seminary with the headquarters campus located in Tampa, Florida.
Bishop McCullough has written 4 books and does annual missions in her home country of Jamaica and also in Liberia. She holds a Doctorate of Ministry from Drew University and Masters from New York University and the Jewish Theological Seminary.