Dr. Margaret J. Gibson is the founder and Presiding Bishop of Reach For The World Ministries, Inc., located in Huntsville Metropolitian Area, Alabama.
Bishop Gibson was licensed to preach the Gospel in May of 1987 and ordained in April 1994. She has been confirmed in the offices of pastor, teacher, prophet and elevated to Bishop with a powerful apostolic annointing. She is also a conference speaker not only in the US, but in Europe, and through the power of the Holy Spirt operating in her, revelation that results in salvation, deliverance, healing and restoration is experienced and received by many. Bishop Gibson grew up in Alabama. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and a Master's Degree in Human Resource Management from Troy State University. Dr. Gibson also holds a Doctoral Degree in Ministry from Freedom Bible College and Seminary, Rogers, Arkansas.
She was elevated as Presiding Bishop in September 2009 to oversee and provide Kingdom churches and ministries with an apostolic covering in which she has for ten years of her thirty-two years of ministry experience. She established the School of The Fivefold Ministry Training Center , located in Madison, AL. with graduates in the office of pastor, Prophet, teacher, and evangelist. Under her apolotic annointing she has ordained, conferred Fivefold elevation upon apostles, prophets, pastors, teachers, and evangelists. Bishop Gibson is also the founder and former pastor of "City on the Hill Church, Stafford, Virginia for eight years where she trained and licensed ministers. She also ordain deacons in Kingdom ministry.
Dr. Gibson has held many positions prior to accepting her calling to preach the Gospel. She served as deaconess, financial recording secretary, a member of the senior choir, church clerk, pastor's secretary, youth choir director, youth counselor, Sunday School, Bible Study, and Senior Missionary Society Teacher. She is the founder of the Greater Peace Community Love Center (outreach ministry) located in Fort Walton Beach, Florida and served as the director for three year until God called her to ministry in Montgomery, AL. While in Montgomery, Alabama she served as associated pastor at the People Missionary Baptist Church, and as a regular bible study and Sunday School teacher. She assisted the Chaplian in delivering Sunday Morning Sermons and extended Bible Studies for the Judith Tutwiler Prison for Women. She has been involved in several street evangelism ministries, meals on wheels to the elderly and disable and Convolecent Home Ministries. Bishop Gibson also spearheaded a ministerial counsel and established a Sunday evening worship hour before being relocated to Virginia. Dr. Gibson served as the Interim Pastor for Faith Tabernacle in Madison, Al for three years.
Dr. Gibson has been recognized as Outstanding Community Leader of the Year and has also received the Governor's Care Giver Award of Virginia. Dr. Gibson has been actively involved in outreach ministry to the Rappahannock Juveneile Detention Center and Brooke Nursing Home. She os recognized as an honored member in the Manchester Who's Who Registry of Executives and Professionals. Dr. Gibson , prior to retirement as Supervisory Business Manager including Level 3 in financial management, contracts, facility and personnel, has received forty-two performance awards during her 34 year career with the Air Force, Office of the Secretary of Defense, Joint Program Executive Office of Chemical and Biological Defence, and the US Army , including Civilian Achievement Metals.
. Her motto is that of Matthews 22:37; 6:33; Proverbs 3:5-6 and Psalms 34:1; 1 Chronicles 16:34 - "Love Him, Seek Him, Trust Him, Acknowledge Him, Follow Him, Thank Him, Bless Him, and Praise Him."