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Bishop Varnie N. Fullwood, Sr., is a man who seeks to please God and endeavors to go forth wholeheartedly in all that God has commissioned him to do. Bishop Fullwood is the Senior Pastor of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Ministries in Clinton, NC. He is the Prelate of the Eagles’ Nest Church Ministries in which he is the overseer of eight churches and the spiritual covering for several pastors and more than thirty ministers. He is married to an anointed woman of God, Co-Pastor Elder Idella M. Fullwood.


For approximately five years, he served in the capacity as Moderator and Vice Moderator for the Western Union Association. This organization is the local Baptist assembly for this area which twenty-one churches were members. During his leadership, God used him to induct women as ordained ministers of the Gospel for the first time in the organization’s history. During a special ordination service, fifteen women were officially ordained. God continues to elevate Bishop Fullwood through the birthing of anointed, effective ministries, which He has ordained to reach and meet the total need of the Body of Christ.


These visions that God placed on the heart of Bishop Fullwood have developed into the following ministries: V. N. Fullwood Ministries, Inc., Eagles’ Nest Church Ministries Fellowship, Inc., North Carolina Theological Seminary (NCTS) and the Southeastern North Carolina Pastor’s Coalition (SENCPC). Bishop Fullwood holds the following degrees: Doctorate of Biblical Counseling, Doctorate of Theology, Masters of Theology and Bachelor of Arts Degree in Divinity. Bishop Fullwood has written a total of six anointed books: Are You Dead Yet, Run Like Hell, How to Cook for the Whole Church, Your Destiny is in the Heights, Holding God’s Feet to the Fire and recently published Bastards (The Mix Multitude) Are Invading the Church.


By the hands of God and the vision of Bishop VN Fullwood, this college has been created to equip men and women with the uncompromising Word of God, that they can become effective ministers of the Gospel who will reach the lost and assist others in fulfilling the call of God upon their lives.

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