Known as a business-savvy visionary, Bishop Robertson has a proven track record in economic development, land acquisition, and church growth. Since 1996, he has served as the Senior Pastor of Mt. Gilead Full Gospel International Ministries, one of Central Virginia’s fastest growing churches. Bishop Robertson has been instrumental in leading a move of God that spans over 18 years and includes expansive church growth and land acquisition.

Mt. Gilead was previously located on three acres of land and had 25 members when he accepted the position as senior pastor in 1996.  Under Bishop Robertson’s leadership, Mt. Gilead is now a Mega Ministry. The membership is not only thriving, but it continues to play a critical role in “Changing Lives with the Word of God” in the Greater Richmond area and beyond.  The Mt. Gilead campus has expanded to 82 acres and includes two transitional homes located on frontal property, a 62,000 square foot sanctuary complete with a state-of-the-art sound and lighting system, and plans for additional growth in the years ahead.

Bishop Robertson is not only gifted in the areas of economic development and land acquisition, but he has a unique anointing to assist pastors in growing their ministry; both in number and in the underlying framework needed to support growth.  As a teacher and coach, he offers tried and proven methods to develop a winning team.  He has extensive experience in managing church growth and keeping the vision alive for all levels of the organization.  His attention to detail combined with a God-given insight on how to build strong ministry teams has produced tangible and sustained results.

If you’re looking for wisdom and insight to build a strong team and infrastructure for your ministry, please contact us at (804) 675-7600 extension 116 to schedule a free phone consultation and discuss how we might work with you to get this resource into your church.  Bishop Robertson is willing to travel to churches of all sizes because his passion is to effectively carry out his Kingdom assignment.  He has been called and equipped “for such a time as this!”