Ronald L. Robertson, Sr.
During his tenure as our overseer, he has encouraged the membership’s spiritual growth and their work for the kingdom of God, motivated the leaders to set high standards in performing their duties for God and nurtured the auxiliaries in their early stages of development.
Under his leadership and with diving guidance our church family has made the following accomplishments:
1. The membership has grown and the following ministries have either been established or challenged to continue in their growth:
Deacon Board Ministry, Deaconess Board Ministry, Ministers in Preparation (M.I.P) Ministry, Builder’s Hour Ministry, Music Ministry, Ushers Ministry, Brotherhood Ministry, Sisterhood Ministry, Marriage Ministry, Singles Ministry, Seniors Ministry, Youth Ministry, Greeter and Hospitality Ministry, Pastor’s Aide Ministry, Children Church Ministry, G.E.D. Outreach Program, and Book Club Ministry.
2. 13 acres of land have been purchased at the present site.
3. A new edifice was build and the church was relocated from its former location of 10362 Avenue D in July 2003 to the current location of 5565 Hooper Road.
Even while serving as overseer and Pastor he was able to achieve the following academic accomplishments…
Attended LSU for 1 ½ years
Receiptant of B.A. from SU in Political Science
Listed as Who’s Who among American College Students
Bachelor’s degree in Christian Education from the Capital City Religious Institute
Currently pursuing a Master’s/PHD degree in Religious Studies from Anderson University, South Carolina
He was married to the former Gearuell Moore in June 1981. Pastor Robertson is also a very loving father.
Pastor is grateful to God and everyone for another year of remarkable success in the Lord. He considers it an honor and a divine trust to be called by God to such a divine appointment as “Pastor”.
Pastor’s vision for the ministry is that we move forward in the name of Jesus, and prepare Capital Missionary to receive bigger and greater blessings from God in the coming years. His hope and prayer is that in coming years he will be used by God to make the ministry grow warmer through fellowship, deeper through discipleship, stronger through ministry and larger through evangelism.