Bishop Wiley Jackson, the Founder & Pastor of Gospel Tabernacle Cathedral in Atlanta, Georgia, has been preaching for over 35 years. God has equipped Bishop Jackson to teach The Bible with such simplicity that even children can understand God’s Word.
Bishop’s way of teaching and preaching leaves a permanent mark on the soul of everyone who hears him. He concentrates all his efforts in teaching God’s people how to put God’s Word in Action. Through his ministry, marriages have been saved, the sick have been healed, and people have been inspired to start their own businesses. Bishop Jackson is also a Pastor’s Pastor, and under his tutelage Pastors have been encouraged and motivated to continue fighting the fight of faith.
Though used mightily by God to accomplish these and many other achievements, Bishop Jackson yet remains a humble servant of God who walks in great integrity. Bishop Wiley Jackson, known locally, nationally and internationally, is considered one of the world’s greatest preachers, teachers, and leaders.
Bishop Wiley Jackson and his wife and ministry partner, First Lady Mary Jackson, reside in the thriving metropolis of Atlanta. They are proud, doting parents of two wonderful sons attending college.
A Special Message from Bishop Wiley Jackson – Posted April 23, 2013
The case against me has been dismissed in Dekalb County Court. Attached is the Order of Dismissal for your information (click here to view the order of dismissal). Despite what you may read or hear in the media, all my actions in connection with Genesis were done with the advice of a Certified Public Accountant who was a licensed security broker. My actions violated no law. When Genesis was not successful, I attempted to contact all investors and repay them principal and interest. I did this in 2008. It seems several investors were not located. When they were, I paid them, just as I paid all the other investors in 2008. I was prepared for trial and would have been successful at trial. The District Attorney, realizing that I would be successful, dismissed the case. Again, I have done nothing wrong and we will continue to do the work of the ministry as we’ve always done.
Bishop Wiley Jackson