Rev. Gerry Seale, B.Th., DD

Gerry Seale is an ordained minister with more than 34 years experience in full-time ministry in the Caribbean. Since 1993 he has been EAC's General Secretary and Chief Executive Officer. Previously he served as a missionary pastor in Dominica (1973-80) before returning to his native Barbados where he managed Agapé Christian Supplies (1980-84), served as Executive Secretary of the Barbados Christian Council (1984-87), and then as Presiding Bishop of the Barbados District of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies (1986-93).

Gerry has given volunteer service with Youth for Christ, the Dominica Auxiliary of the Bible Society in the East Caribbean, the Caribbean Christian Writers' Guild, the Barbados Evangelical Association, the AD2000 & Beyond Movement, and March for Jesus. He was a Barbados Government appointee to the Child Care Board and the Committee for National Reconciliation.

As EAC's General Secretary, Gerry serves on the International Leadership Team of the World Evangelical Alliance. He currently also serves as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Bible Society in the East Caribbean, Deputy Chairman of the Queen's College Board, and a member of the Board of Governors of Wycliffe Caribbean Bible Translators.

Gerry's extensive service was recognised when he was presented on October 24th 2007 during CONECAR with the 2007 Distinguished Gold Award for Excellence in Ministry by Kingdom Investments Unlimited International.

Gerry received training at the Assemblies of God Bible College in the UK, the Barbados Institute of Management and Productivity, Faith Theological Seminary in the USA, Haggai Institute in Singapore, Global Trainers Training in the Philippines, and is currently pursuing his MA in Leadership with Global University in the USA. On June 25, 2004 the Caribbean Graduate School of Theology conferred on him the Doctor of Divinity honoris causa in recognition of his ministry throughout the region. He and his wife, Cyla (from Dominica), have been married since 1979 and have three daughters and four grandchildren.