Empowering and Developing the Whole Man by way of the Holy Spirit
Apostle Jamaal Dunham is a native of Fayetteville, NC and has been active in ministry since the tender age of ten (Jeremiah 1:5-10). His foundation in the Word of God comes from his grandmother, the late Evangelist Mable Gaston. He continues to mature under strong spiritual mentors and spiritual father: Bishop James C. Hash, Sr. of St. Peter’s Church & World Outreach Center, Winston- Salem, NC. Apostle Jamaal Dunham is married to Apostle Lakisha Dunham and has one son: Josiah Dunham. Both serve as the Pastors and Founders of Greater Harvest Global Ministries, Incorporated in Fayetteville, NC.
Apostle Jamaal Dunham is a graduate of the Cumberland County School system, NC and alum of Fayetteville State University. He has received multiple leadership awards from Fayetteville State University to include the Order of Bronco Leadership Award. He has taught and served well in the Cumberland, Guilford, and Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School systems and Assistant Principal in Scotland County, NC. He has obtained his Masters Degree in Educational Leadership from Grand Canyon University. Currently, he works in the Bladen County School NC system as a Principal. Also, he is on the cusp of finishing his Doctorate in Education Organizational Leadership with an Emphasis in Christian Ministry, Grand Canyon University.
Apostle Jamaal Dunham has traveled across the globe performing in various concerts and operas and had the pleasure of singing with the Vancouver Symphony in Canada. Also, he had a solo debut in Constitutional Hall in Washington, DC. As an Apostle, Pastor, Educator and Performer, Apostle Jamaal Dunham believes “the sky is never the limit, greater men have subdued through space and with God being the leader of your life, we all have the ability to do the same.”
Apostle Jamaal Dunham has obtained Favor from God and man. He is chosen for such a time as this. He is empowered by the Holy Spirit (Isaiah 61:1-3) to impact lives and disciple souls (Matthew 28:19, 20).