Reverend Dr. James R. Gibbs Jr.
Radio Talk Show Host, Pastor, Senior Minister, Healthcare Provider
Biography from: http://nsceinc.org/NSCEINC.html National Society of Christian Educators, Inc. is committed to “equipping the people for the work of ministry” throughout each community, wherever we may be, by focusing on high-risk and troubled youth especially relating to youth and teen violence at schools, on playgrounds, in public places or wherever people are gathered. We (NSCE), seek to do whatever may be necessary or desirable, to assist high-risk and troubled youth who are on the streets with no one to comfort them, so that they may eventually achieve a place in society as productive and fulfilled adults. We (NSCE), seek to make a lasting impact on the lives of vulnerable, high-risk, and troubled youth, by partnering with local churches, sisterly organizations, community support groups, fraternities, governmental agencies and television personalities, creating a continuum of care with intervention programs and activities on multiple levels that are sustainable and measurable over time. About Reverend Dr James R Gibbs Jr.: 2009- Present Pastor in the Methodist Church 2002-2009 Florida Conference of the Methodist Church – Senior Minister: -- Hospice Chaplain/ Big Bend Hospice of Tallahassee -- Professional Healthcare Provider: Chaplain—Tallahassee _ Regional Medical Center—Tallahassee, Florida 1993 – 2002: Blue Ridge and West Central North Carolina Conferences of the Methodist Church Senior Minister The Shaw University Asheville and Fayetteville CAPE Instructor-Biblical studies and social Ethics 1987-1989 Florida Conference: Methodist Church Senior Minister 1969-72 Miami-Dade Community College (North) Miami, FL §A.A. Degree: Pre-Business Administration. 1975-76 The University Of South Carolina Columbia, SC §Bachelor of General Studies-Business concentration 1989-93The Interdenominational Theological Center Atlanta, GA M. Div. (Master of Divinity) Degree: Christian Education •Northwestern Theological Seminary D. Min (Doctor of Ministry Degree) Northwestern Theological Seminary. Dissertation Subject: “Responding to Crisis Situations Confronting Today’s African-American Youth” E-Booktime Publishers www.nsceing.org website