Bishop Wellington Boone

Chief Prelate at The Fellowship

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Last Updated 7/6/2016

General Information

Employment History

President  - Wellington Boone Ministries

Bishop  - GO!


Founder  - Black American Christian Embassy

Board Member  - Detroit Pregnancy Test

Board of Trustees Member  - Regent University

Member of Board of Advisors  - Cephas Ministry Inc

Member  - Coalition on Revival

Advisory Board Member  - TheCall Inc

Founder  - FOIC

Representative  - Gov

Founder  - Pray

Secretary of State  - Right Wing Watch

Chairman  - March for Jesus

Founder  - Network

Founder  - New Generation Campus Ministries

Founder  - Goshen Learning Centers Global Outreach Campus Ministries

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WBM:The Father's House

Bishop Wellington Boone
Bishop Wellington Boone is a best-selling author and popular speaker for Promise Keepers, Focus on the Family, and national conferences of ministries and denominations around the world. After beginning with Word of Faith seminars in Richmond, Virginia, he started building churches and ministries in other states and nations. He is the founder and bishop of the Father's House Church in Atlanta and founder and international bishop of the Fellowship of International Churches. He has been married for more than three decades to his high school sweetheart, Katheryn. Pastor Hunt established the first campus Bible Study under the leadership of Bishop Wellington Boone as a student at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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Wellington Boone Wellington BooneDr. Wellington Boone is one of today's most dynamic and sought-after Christian leaders.In addition to serving his congregation, The Father's House, an International Church for All People, in Norcross, Georgia, he is a bestselling author, featured speaker for Focus on the Family, Promise Keepers, Teen Mania, and other churches and national organizations.For many years he has served on the boards of vital Christian organizations, and he has produced radio and television shows featuring his messages.Bishop Boone addresses issues like personal consecration, lifelong marriage, and biblical unity.He is the founder of several service ministries, such as the Fellowship of International Churches, Goshen Learning Centers in South Africa, Global Outreach Campus Ministries, Kingmakers (women's association), and Network of Politically Active Christians.This gifted man of God lives out his message of humility and Christ-like servanthood with his wife of 33 years and his three grown children and one View videos from Wellington Boone

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The Fellowship of International Churches (FOIC) | Wellington Boone Ministries

FOIC is an organization of churches founded by Bishop Wellington Boone in 1994 to oversee and equip churches
FOIC Logo Wellington Boone and his pastors and elders founded the Fellowship of International Churches (FOIC) in 1994 to oversee and equip a growing church-planting movement and provide spiritual oversight to established churches in the United States and other countries. They conferred on him the title of "Bishop" because of his decades of leadership in equipping leaders and planting churches. Background Wellington Boone was born again as a young man of 25 years old through a dramatic personal encounter with Jesus Christ. He was alone in his room during a time of crisis when he was overcome by the Shekinah glory of God. He immediately began sharing his faith and winning people to Christ. A short time later he married his childhood sweetheart Katheryn Watley in November 1973. He served under other pastors for a time and then began holding Christian gatherings in hotels in Richmond, Virginia, that were attended by enthusiastic multiracial gatherings. In 1981 he launched his first church in Ettrick, Virginia, near the campus of Virginia State University. The church reached college students in the area and so he founded New Generation Campus Ministries (NGM) in 1982 and placed it under the leadership of Garland and Eileen Hunt. By 1995 it was active on more than 50 campuses. In 1984 Pastor Boone left Pastor Joseph Green in charge of the church in Ettrick and planted a new church, Manna Christian Fellowship of Richmond, Virginia. As various leaders were raised up through the local church and campus ministry, Pastor Boone began to commission elders at Manna as pastors and sent them to plant churches in different cities. The Fellowship of International Churches ("FOIC") was founded in 1994 by then "Pastor" Wellington Boone in covenant with the elders of Manna Christian Fellowship in Richmond. They conferred on him the title of "Bishop. Since that time the elders have become pastors and some have also become bishops. They have planted churches in other cities and states as well as leading international outreach ministries. In 1995 Bishop Boone released Manna Christian Fellowship of Richmond to the leadership of his associate pastor and spiritual son Bishop Marvin Mason and moved to Atlanta with his family and a church planting team. I join with Wellington Boone in his prayer that God would not let this generation pass without bringing his visitation to us."

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