Bishop Wellington Boone is a respected Christian leader with an unwavering commitment to Jesus Christ. His passion is increasing to make disciples who stand on the truth of biblical principles regardless of personal cost. For more than 40 years, he has quietly inspired and trained Christian men and women to become leaders with Christ-like character, faithfulness to their marriages, and a zeal to transform society worldwide.
Wellington Boone began his Ministries in 1973 to reach people in every sphere of society, leading them into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, discipleship, and a Christ-like lifestyle of pleasing God. He is the founder and chief prelate of the Fellowship of International Churches, a cross-cultural, global network of bishops, pastors, missionaries, and Bible-based churches and Bible schools. Thousands of churches and Bible schools that he and his bishops oversee are located in Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Virginia, Wisconsin, as well as other states and nations in Africa, Asia, and Europe.
In 2001 in South Africa with his daughter Nicole he established a missionary outreach providing supplemental Learning Centers for the children of Kurland, near Port Elizabeth, South Africa, called Goshen International. Since that time, the Goshen team has dramatically improved the lives of Black and Colored children and their families by supporting their entire educational experience from the early years through college.
Bishop Wellington Boone’s goal is to please God by a lifestyle of holiness and humility, to teach and preach who God is through study and revelation from the Word of God, and to reproduce himself through planting churches and making disciples. He relates to pastors and leaders as a father to his children. In time, they come of age as leaders themselves and plant their own churches and establish ministries.
Wellington Boone speaks to a generation with words that pierce to the heart of the matter. The power of his message comes from the depths of his commitment to Christ and to those he addresses.”
– Ben Kinchlow, Former co-host, The 700 Club
“The cry of Wellington Boone’s heart is to help people follow the pathway to fruitfulness.”
–Tommy Barnett, Pastor, Phoenix First Assembly