James Alfred Johnson III
James Alfred Johnson, III has served his church, community and country respectively as a pastor, educator and university and military chaplain. As an ordained minister of the Seventh-day Adventist Church he has lead congregations of various sizes in both rural and urban locations with innovation and excellence. For seven years he served as an adjunct professor in the Department of History and Political Science at Delaware State University, teaching courses on the early development of the United States. He also served as chaplain and director of Religious Affairs at Delaware State University. Pastor Johnson is a graduate of Oakwood University with a Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Andrews University with a Master of Divinity. He is married to Jayné Miller Johnson, Esq., and they are the grateful parents of their daughter Jaelyn and son Avery.