Relatively new to the World Missions staff, Martin Taylor became a World Missions field representative following the 2016 General Assembly after completing 25 years of pastoral ministry.
Beginning his ministry in 1972, he had previously served as an evangelist, assistant pastor, pastor, district overseer, and was administrative bishop of Northern New England, DelMarVa-D.C., and Florida. Martin currently serves as the Chair of the Pentecostal Theological Seminary Board of Trustees, a position he has held since 2006, and from 2010 to 2014, he was elected to serve on the Church of God Executive Council.
Martin graduated from South Georgia State College, with additional studies at Lee University and the Pentecostal Theological Seminary, as well as holds a D.D. degree from the National Bible Seminary.
Martin’s ministry is one marked by passionate preaching and personal ministry. He radiates personal influence and creativity. Dr. Taylor states: “Serving in World Missions is perhaps the most important role I have filled in the Church of God, as we strive to complete the FINISH Challenge to reach the world with the Gospel.”