Rev. Jacqueline E. McCullough
The Lord Jesus Christ has place Reverend Jacqueline E. McCullough in the office of Evangelist to boldly proclaim His Gospel and to touch the lives of His people with His love throughout the world. She is the offspring of two preachers, the Reverend Percival and Evangelist Keturah Phillips, who are natives of Jamaica, West Indies.
As the founder and Executive Director of Daughters of Rizpah, Rev. McCullough directs the activities of this non-profit evangelistic ministry based in Brooklyn, New York. She is also the proprietress of Biblion-The Family Bookstore, “Where knowledge and Faith Become One.” For over 25 years, Rev. McCullough severed as an ordained Associate Pastor at the Elim International Fellowship in Brooklyn, NY, where the Archbishop Wilbert S. McKinley is the Senior Pastor.
Rev. McCullough is a member of the Advisory Board of Gospel Today Magazine as a regular contributor to her column, “Refreshing Word.” She was also featured in Ebony Magazine as one of “The 15 Most Influential African-American Female Ministers in the Nation” (November 1997).
Rev. McCullough seeks to share a fresh, scholarly word that emphasizes commitment, service and sacrifice. May you be challenged to experience the passion of the love of God.