BISHOP DR. GRACIE LAFAVOR JACKSON, Ph.D, Th.D,D.D.
FELLOWSHIP CHURCHES UNITED INC.
Dr. Jackson's educational background includes an Associate of Business Administration, a Bachelor of Psychology and Sociology, Master of Clinical Psychology (Augusta State University), Substance Abuse Counselor's Certification (Georgia and South Carolina), Master of Religious Arts in Christian Psychology, a Doctorate of Theology (Jacksonville Theological Seminary and Bible College, Jacksonville,Florida) and a Doctorate of Divinity (Richmond School of Divinity, Richmond,Va.)
Highlights of her professional experience include Chief Editor of The Voice Magazine, Director of Community Mental Health (Alcohol and Drug Abuse), a therapist for the South Carolina Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse Problems, Career Counselor at Augusta State University, a member of the Presidential Committee known as the Minority Business Opportunity Committee (MBOC) during the Carter Administration, Department Chairperson for Applied Science at Phillips Junior College and instrumental in the implementation of a National Ministerial Preparation Certification Program.
Dr. Jackson is Archbishop and Presiding Prelate of Fellowship Churches, Inc., consisting of churches in Augusta, Atlanta and Wrens, Georgia; Burnettown, South Carolina; MacClenny, Florida; and India (Pastor A. and Grace Joshua).
She is Chancellor of Lahairoi Bible College, consisting of campus locations in Augusta,Ga., Louisville,Ga., Hampton,S.C., and Burnettown,S.C. and Founder of G.L. Jackson Ministries International.