His Excellence ArchBishop:
Dr. Sidley Roy Mullings
MCP, TH.D, PH.D
Bishop Dr. Pauline V.F. Borland
Criminal Justice BA, M.P.S , DIV
His Grace Bishop:
Dip. B, M.A. D.Min
OUR GLOBAL MISSIONS
List of Countries that ArchBishop,Rugby Church,United Fellowship of Christian Churches International and God's Healing Holiness Christian:
Under the leadership of ArchBishop Dr. Sidley Mullings, our ministry extends to these 19 Countries:
United Fellowship of Christian Churches Inc:
Through Dorcas Medical Missions
"If there is amoung you a poor man of your bretheren within any of the gates in your land which the Lord your God is giving you,you shall not harden your heart nor shut your hand from your poor brother".
YOKE BREAKERS CRUSADE INTERNATIONAL
GOD'S HEALING HOLINESS CHRISTIAN CHURCH
UNITED FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN CHURCHES INTERNATIONAL, INC.
APOSTLE DR.LUCILLE RICHARDSON
B.A. , M.A., DR. P. E.D.
Apostle Dr. Lucille Richardson is the Senior Pastor of the Yoke Breakers Crusade International, Inc,. . She is a willing and exemplified instrument of healing and is being used by God to preach the unadulterated gospel in and out of season for the buidling of God's Kingdom.
Her vision is for women to maximize the purpose that God has chosen for them in the twenty-first century. Her ministry acknowledges that women have the capacity to do exceedingly and abundantly above all that God has purposed for them to do in the name of Jesus.
Apostle Dr. Lucille Richardson received her degree as Doctor of Psychology from Payne College, Augustus, Georgia. At Lahairoi Bible Institute, Augusta, Georgia she was formally educated and received the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters, Master of Philosophy and Honorary Doctor of Pedagogy. She is the author of several books such as: Project Management, Relationships, Pros and Cons.
She has traveled and received numerous citations from foreign nations for bringing spiritual enlightenment, and knowledge and practice of equality of life to nations such as Israel,Syria, Damascus, Jamaica, Trinidad, Guyana South America, Russia and Kenya. she is a well-known Motivational Speaker and a radio and televison personalitiy for many years.
Apostle Dr Richardson and Bishop Dr Borland have become soul-mate sisters in the faith.
Apostle Dr. Richardson once said to Bishop Dr Borland, in all your years of pastoring, you have done what Paul had adminished those preachers to do. You have been faithful in your devotion to the Lord and your calling in ministry to the local church, in pastoring and caring for God's people.
The evidence of your faithfulness are seen in the lives of the people you touched and ministered to.
Apostle Dr. Richardson has been suppportive in the ministry of GHHCC and continues in the struggle and blessings , of the church. She is one of Bishop Dr Borland's mentors, sister, confidant and closest friend.
THOSE WHO IMPACTED BISHOP BORLAND'S LIFE
REV.MOTHER DR . EDNA MAY HONEYGHAN D.MD.
ASSOCIATE PASTOR AT TRINITY BAPTIST CHURCH BRONX NY,
GRADUATE OF NEW YORK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
Mentor and spiritual mother of Bishop Dr. Pauline V.F Borland
Rev. Dr. Edna May Honeyghan was born in Jamaica, West Indies. Her primary education was received in Jamaica, and she continued her education in Scotland, England and the United States.
Rev. Dr Honeyghan became a pivotal part of the Trinity Baptist Church in 1973, where she presently remains as an Associate Pastor. She teaches Bible Study,conducts Sunday Services and officiated for funeral and memorial services.
In 1991, Rev. Dr Honeyghan planned and was the adminstrator for a ten-week breavement program for death and dying training. She intiated a breavement ministry for the church which presently remains in operation.
Her ministerial duties also include Pastoral Care as a Chaplain for Montefiore Hospital, Several Nursing Homes and the Bronx Park Rehabiliation Center.
Rev. Dr. Honeyghan has conducted many workshops and seminars for various organizations and community groups and published several articles. She also holds memberships in some of the leading civic and religious organizations, such as the Association for Death, Education and Counseling, at The American Baptist Church Metro/USA and is a Certified Chaplain in the Association of Professional Chaplains, Inc.
She has received many awards for her accomplishments. Her awards are too numerous to list in this biography. As a Registered Nurse, she has spent her entire life advocating for and providing care to others.
In 1998, she received her Doctor of Ministry Degree, from The New York Theological Seminary, and her Doctoral Thesis is encased in a glass, in the lobby of N.Y.T.S. as one of the most steller written works.
"If there were words to express the life of the Rev. Dr. Edna May Honeyghan, they would be:
"To give real service you must add something which cannot be bought or measured and that is Sincerity and Integrity". This quote certainly sums up the exemplary history of service of Rev. Honeyghan.
Rev. Dr. Honeyghan became part of the history and vision of God's Healing Holiness Christian Cburch when she advised Bishop Borland to prayerfully seek out 12 people from among the congregation to form a building committee to build the sanctuary. A committee was put together consisting of 12 members in good standing, full of the Holy Spirit, and the planning began. Dr. Honeyghan once said : Pastor Borland is known for her austerity, high moral and spiritual qualities, as well as her resilience in the care and suppport of the poor, the elderly, the sick, and shut-in and the underpriveledged." My dear daughter stay focused, listen to the Lord,and He will accomplish His will through you".
Pastor Livingston Gibbs
Founder & Senior Pastor-
The Bronx Holiness Christian
Church in Bronx New York
Bishop Dr. Pauline Borland with her Pastor from The Bronx Holiness Christian Church, Senior and Founder Pastor Livingston Gibbs
THE REV. DR. DALE T. IRVIN PH.D.
ELEVENTH PRESIDENT OF NEW YORK THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY PROFESSOR OF WORLD CHRISTIANITY
Dr. Dale T. Irvin is one who helped to shape Bishop Dr. Pauline Borland Theology in her early stage in ministry while attending the New York Theological Seminary.
Dr. Dale T. Irvin is the eleventh President of New York Theological Seminary and Professor of World Christianity. He was elected to this position by the Seminary and Trustees on July 19, 2006 after serving as Acting President since January 1, 2006, and his permanent appointment became effective on August 1. Previously, he served as time member of the Seminary's Faculty.
A graduate of Princeton Theological Seminary(M.Div., 1981) and Union Theological Seminary in New York(Ph.D., 1989), he has been a member of the New York Theological Seminary faculty since 1989.
He is the co-author with Scott W. Sunquist of History of the World Christian Movement, a two-volume project that is being written with a consulting team of more than 50 scholars from around the world and published by Orbis Books of Mayknoll, NY. Volume 1, Earliest Christianity to 1453, is now in its fifth printing. Dr. Irvin's previous books include Christian Histories, Christian Traditioning: Rendering Accounts(Orbis Books, 1998), and The Agitated Mind of God: The Theology of Kosuke Koyama(Orbis Books, 1996) which he edited with Akintunde E. Akinade. His articles have appeared in a number of journals, among them Christianity Today, The Ecumenical Review and The Journal of Pentecostal Studies.
Dr Irvin. has held visiting adjunct appointments at the University of Uppsala, Sweden; Drew University Theological School; New Brunswick Theological Seminary; and Regent University School of Divinity. He is currently the executive Vice President and member of regular teacher and preacher in churches throughout the New York City region. An ordained minister in the American Baptist Churches USA, he is a member of The Riverside Church in New York City.
Dr. Irvin once said " What a joy it is to know that New York Theological Seminary played even a small part in the preparation of Bishop Pauline Borland for ministry. New York Theological Seminary is proud to have such a dynamic and visionary graduate serving the people of God. Her vision of a church that crossed cultural divides and brought together the people of God as one has been inspiring. God's Healing Holiness Christian Church, you have been blessed to have her as a pastor and now a bishop.We pray that God continues to be glorified by your collective faith and witness as Bishop Borland continues to lead the people of God forward on their journey. Rev. Borland, you have long exhibited the traits of a servant, leader and a pastor who cares for her people".
THE REV. DR.HAROLD DEAN TRULEAR, PH.D.
FORMER DEAN OF PROFESSIONAL PROGRAMS
AT THE NEW YORK THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY
NATIONAL DIRECTOR OF HEALING COMMUNITIES USA ORGANIZATION
Prison Reentry Ministry
Dr. Trulear has helped to deposit much wisdom and knowledge in Bishop Dr. Pauline Borland's life during her studies at The New York Theological Seminary where she was taught many subject by him.
Dr. Harold Dean Trulear,Ph.D., has served as Associate Professor of Applied Theology and Director of the Doctor of Ministry program at Howard University School of Divinity since 2003. He currently teaches Church Music and Worship, Prophetic Ministery, Ministery and Criminal Justice, Church and Community Studies.
Prior to joining the Howard Divinity faculty, he served as Visiting Distinguished Professor of Religion and Public Policy at the Templetion Honors College at Eastern University. He held faculty positions at Yale University, Colgate Rochester Divinity School,The Center for Urban Theological Studies(Geneva College) and Jersey City State College.
His administrative experience includes:
Dean for First Professional Programs at New York Theological Seminary (1990-1996).
Vice President for Faith Based Initiatives at Public/Private Ventures (1998-2001) He has served as Pastor of Churches in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. He is currently President of Globe Ministries of Philadelphia, a youth and family services agency.
Dr. Trulear became part of the vision of God's Healing Christian Church when he reminded her the day before graduation at New York Theological Seminary; that the Lord wants her to build a church in Florida, "Like the lady with the spoon".
To Bishop Borland from Rev. Dr. Harold Dean Trulear, "You are not one of the graduates that I will be concerned about; you will make it , and you will take the teaching of N.Y.T.S with you".
Harold Dean Trulear is an ordained American Baptist minister and serves as Associate Professor of Applied Theology at Howard University, where he is also immediate past president of the Gamma of DC chapter of Phi Beta Kappa. He is also Director of the Healing Communities Prison Ministry and Prisoner Reentry Project of the Philadelphia Leadership Foundation.
Designed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation, Healing Communities has been implemented in over 25 sites nationally, in partnership with such organizations as the Progressive National Baptist Convention, The General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church and the D-Free Ministry. Dr. Trulear is on the pastoral staff of Praise and Glory Tabernacle in Southwest Philadelphia, and also serves as a Fellow at the Center for Public Justice in Washington, DC. He has taught religion, public policy and community studies in several institutions, including Yale University, the University of Southern California, Hartford Seminary, Eastern University and Vanderbilt University.
From 1998-2001 he served as vice president of faith based initiatives at Public/Private Ventures, in Philadelphia, having come to P/PV from New York Theological Seminary, where he served six years as dean for first professional studies. A graduate of Morehouse College (BA) and Drew University (PhD), Dr. Trulear has authored over seventy published monographs, articles, essays, sermons and reviews, including African American Churches and Welfare Reform (Center for Public Justice) and Faith Based Initiatives with High Risk Youth (P/PV).
He co-edited Ministry with Prisoners and Their Families: The Way Forward, with W. Wilson Goode and Charles E. Lewis. His writings on religion, culture and political affairs have appeared in PBS Religionand Ethics Newsweekly, the Center for Public Justice Capital Commentary, UrbanFaith.com, John Jay College of Criminal Justice' The Crime Report, and Prism: America’s Alternative Evangelical Voice.