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Dr. Peter Morgan


Global Leadership Alliance for Israel


Dr C.B. Peter Morgan is an accomplished Pastor and Educator of many years, born and grown in Jamaica. He overseas many Churches within the Caribbean and the USA. He currently is an adjunct lecturer at the Caribbean Nazarene College in Santa Cruz, Trinidad, and at the Graduate School of Theology in Kingston.


Dr Morgan is the President of the International Association of Kingdom Churches and Ministries (IAKCM), a global network of Christian Leaders and Ministers. He is a Founding Director and immediate past President of the International Third World Leaders Association (ITWLA) with headquarters in Nassau, Bahamas.

As an international Conference Speaker he focuses on developing a Kingdom Theology built on the foundation of the Fatherhood of God. He also challenges the modern-day Church in its God given responsibility to disciple nations. He has been widely consulted within nations and churches as a “Global Statesman: Fathering Nations”. His major conviction is that “Fathers Dream Dreams, and their Sons build Cities”.

Other themes include: “Administration and Leadership in the 3-Dimensional Church”; “Community Transformation and the Quiet Revolution”; “Career Development and Schools Counseling”; “Marriage, Parenting and Family Life”; “Self-Management the Key to Contextual Leadership”. “Israel: God’s Example-Nation to the World”. His work has taken him across Latin America and the Caribbean, the United Kingdom, Holland, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Canada, and the U.S.A.

As Bishop, Dr Morgan gives oversight to his sons’ churches in Kingston, Jamaica and to others across the Caribbean, as well as to members of the Jamaican Diaspora.

He is married to Dr. C Patricia Morgan who ministers along with him. Together they have one daughter and three sons, all of whom are in fulltime ministry. They are the proud grandparents of four children..

Dr. Morgan is the author of “The Nations: God’s Strategic Purpose for Establishing your Nation”, and “The City Church – A Personal Pilgrimage.”

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