Pastor Donnell Robinson was raised in Buffalo, New York, married 32 years and have five children. Pastor Robinson is making a difference in the pulpit and the community. He became a Christian in 1985 and began to preach the gospel in 1986, Licensed as a minister in 1991, Ordained to Eldership in 1993, and Ordained to Pastoral ship in 1996. Pastor Robinson has served as a Superintendent in the Third Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Eastern New York in 2003 under the leadership of Bishop Frank O. White (General Board Member), to the National Church of God in Christ, Inc. He relocated to Huntsville, Alabama and was later named Superintendent for the North American Outreach Fellowship, under the leadership of Bishop Lewis L Spencer in 2007. Pastor has developed as a Choir President, Youth Worker President, Sunday School Teacher and Usher Board Member at the Deliverance Temple Church of God in Christ, Inc. While in Buffalo New York, Pastor Robinson has worked with the Federal Workforce Development and Boys and Girls Club, Inc. Currently, Pastor is employed with Appleton Learning Center (Huntsville City Schools) and has graduated from Athens State University (Bachelor of Science) Concentration Education. More recently, Pastor has launch himself with advisory to various ministries in: Structure, Administration and Operation. Many have benefited from the unique approach Pastor has taken mounting the pulpit with: Administrative talents, singing and preaching. Pastor Robinson bright and worldwide viewpoints to the Word of God are respected and touches the lives of people from all traditions and backgrounds. His love for the people of God and pureness of the message is implacable.