THE REV. (DR.) JOHNSON A. EDOSOMWAN
APOSTLE, CHAIRMAN & TRUSTEE
The Rev. (Dr.) Johnson A. Edosomwan, a child delivered from the ghetto and poverty, has evolved to become an ambassador for Jesus Christ. He accepted Jesus as his personal savior at the age of 10 and began his ministry at the age of 17. He is now the apostle, chairman, and trustee of One God Ministry - a global, multi-racial, non-denominational church. Under the leadership of the Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan, One God Ministry was able to acquire and build a new worship facility located at 4280/4282 Chain Bridge Road in Fairfax, Virginia in 1440 days and 6318 Grovedale Drive in Alexandria, Virginia in 250 days; and a five-star international retreat center, the Spiritual Wilderness Solitude, located at 14424 Harmony Road, Harmony Haven, in Jarratt, Virginia in 727 days. One God Ministry also has a branch in Kenya, East Africa. There are plans for the salvation of souls through international projects in other parts of Africa, where the vision includes the building of a spiritual Bible institute campus geared to train pastors. The Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan will continue to impact the world for Christ through The Edosomwan Institute for Evangelism, Mission and Global Christianity, established In November 2011 by Virginia Union University. This Institute will offer certificate programs, Master's Degree programs, and annual best practices conferences beginning in 2012-2013.
The Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan's spiritual calling and mission include the planting and uniting of churches to address societal challenges, winning souls for Jesus Christ, doing spiritual work that improves the blessing index through the miracles of God, and delivering prophetic messages and services to the world-at-large as an ambassador for Jesus Christ. He is a graduate of the AENON Bible College Minister's Continuing Education Program and the founder of the Spiritual Wellness University. He is the author of 325 papers, 250 training manuals, and over 66 books, including "Spiritual Wellness Competencies - Seven Days with God", "The ABC's of Personal Faith", "The Spiritual Wellness Package", "Evangelist Training Package", "Missionary Training Package", and "The Pastor's Guide for Spiritual Wellness". He is also the founder of Churches Connected for Community Care, an inter-faith based organization dedicated to uniting churches to proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ, winning souls for Jesus Christ, and addressing challenges of the human race.
The Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan's spiritual and business experience spans over 45 countries. He holds a BS and MS in Industrial Engineering from the University of Miami; a Professional Engineering degree from Columbia University, and a Doctorate of Science in Engineering Management/Economics from George Washington University, in addition to holding more than 16 certifications in several academic disciplines. He is the recipient of over 175 awards, citations, fellowships, and commendations to include the "Men of Achievement in the World", "Who's Who of Intellectuals", "Who's Who of Intellectual Distinguished Leadership", "Personalities of the Americas", "5000 Personalities of the World", "Innovative Business Entrepreneur", "Outstanding Young Engineer", "Technical Innovator in Engineering", "Who's Who in Quality", and "Who's Who in Productivity". In 2006, the University of Miami Johnson A. Edosomwan Leadership Institute was established in honor of his pioneering leadership achievements.
The Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan is also a pioneer in the fields of leadership, quality, productivity, diversity, technology management, and comprehensive performance improvement. He is an entrepreneur and founder of several business entities, currently serving as the Chairman and CEO, JJA Consultants, Inc.; the Group Chairman, Continuous Improvement Company; the Executive Consultant and Chairman, CQI, Inc., and the Chairman, Radio Companion, LLC. The Rev. (Dr.) Edosomwan also serves as an executive coach / consultant to over 356 public- and private-sector organizations. He grew up in Miami, Florida and now resides in the County of Fairfax, Virginia.