Bishop G is a writer, biblical teacher, and speaker. Gary has developed several seminars that he teaches as he travels in developing nations to equip pastors and the people of our Risen Scepter Christian Fellowship churches. One of these being a comprehensive course entitled Discipleship: Transformed into His Image, which helps people understand not only the Gospel but their purpose and responsibility in the body of Christ.
Gary’s primary areas of study through Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and continuing education have been various theological systems such as systematic and biblical theology. Along with this Bishop G holds that “We need to know whose shoulders we stand on,” meaning, knowledge of Church History is vitally important. Gary states that “If pastors are not equipping their people in these basic concepts, they are failing that congregation as well as not protecting them from wrong teaching.”
“It is primarily through the vehicles of good theology, and an appropriate sense of church history that God keeps us on track. Therefore, we should have a passion to protect the Gospel just as the Apostle Paul did. When we protect doctrine, the principles of our faith that are the foundation of our belief, we protect not only our legacy, but the health of the Church for future generations of believers.” Bishop Gary Earls
Formerly, Gary was a missionary in the Philippines where he taught at the AsiaCenter for Biblical Studies in the province of Laguna, playing a part in preparing the students for their future roles as Pastors of various churches in that country.
When returning to the United States Gary became involved in work at Restoration Urban Ministries in Champaign, Illinois, filling the roles of both Resident and Program Director respectively, ministering to people struggling from a large range of issues including alcohol, drug addiction, and homelessness. Gary also became involved in church planting in the US Midwest before beginning the work internationally through RSMI.
When not traveling, Gary resides in central Illinois. He has an adult son that lives in Ohio with his wife, as well as a grandson living in Kentucky. Bishop G is available for speaking engagements as well as personally conducting the discipleship seminar, along with other platforms that point toward the needs and equipping of the Body of Christ.