Pastor & Founder

Elder Alan D. Sampson

Alan Douglas Sampson was born the first child of four to the parentage of Leroy and Eugenia Sampson.  Alan's parents were saved during his early teen years, so going to Church was a must.  As a result of this, he was taught the way of the Lord early in life.  "Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it" (Proverbs 22:6).  

He attended Pulaski Elementary School and Hawkinsville High School.  After he graduated high school, he furthered his studies at North Georgia Tech in Clarksville, GA where he studied masonry.  He later became the proud owner of Sampson's Masonry.

 

 On August 25, 1984, he married Annie Katherine Asbury.  To this union they were blessed with two children:  Alaster Sampson and Ameshia Sampson.

As Sampson grew older, he loved the Church and the way of the Lord.  He was a serving as a Deacon in the Hawkinsville COGBF in 1995 when he began teaching Bible Study to young boys that stayed in trouble at school.  In March 1996 he began teaching Bible Study in Roberta, Georgia at the home of the deceased Solomon (Bubba) Flowers and Stella Flowers.  In August 1996 the Bible Study was moved into an old bank.  In 1997, Deacon Alan Sampson became Pastor Alan Sampson. Four years later he became Elder Alan Sampson.  In 2015, he began serving on The Central Georgia District Governing Board.

Throughout the years, Alan has been the owner of several businesses but his main focus was to be about God's business.  Elder Sampson is truly a fisherman of men.

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.  Phillipians 4:13