Fellowship of International Churches (FOIC)

FOIC was founded by Bishop Wellington Boone and his pastors in 1994 to provide Christian fellowship for pastors and ministry leaders, oversee the planting and development of churches, and train leaders for Bible-based, eternity-focused Christian leadership in the church and society worldwide

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Bishop Boone loves the whole body of Christ. He has discipled pastors and leaders who love Jesus and live out their faith in their marriages, churches, and cities. (More information on FOIC history is below the list of bishops on this page.}

In 1994 the pastors under him in Richmond, Virginia, consecrated him as their bishop and founded the Fellowship of International Churches. The door is still open for others to find fellowship and faith to transform cities.

Fivefold Ministry in the Bible. “Walk worthy of the vocation wherewith ye are called . . . And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ: Till we all come in the unity of the faith, and of the knowledge of the Son of God, unto a perfect man, unto the measure of the stature of the fulness of Christ: (Ephesians 4:1,11-13 KJV).

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“Fellowship of International Churches (FOIC) is made up of formerly independent churches who have joined together to fellowship, support each other, and accomplish a greater work of Christ. The FOIC emphasizes consecrated living, a strong commitment to the Bible as the Word of God, supernatural operations, and missions outreach to the world.”—Bishop Ronnie Crudup, Sr.


Chief Prelate, Bishop Wellington Boone
Fellowship of International Churches
6060 Spalding Drive
Peachtree Corners, Georgia 30092
Bishop Boone’s Website
Wellington Boone’s Facebook Page

Bishop Eugene Chinunga
Integrity Family Churches
Lilongwe, Malawi
Eugene Chinunga’s Facebook Page

Bishop Glenn Collier
New Harvester International Ministries
Suwanee, Georgia 30024
New Harvester Website
Glenn Collier’s Facebook Page

Bishop Ronnie Crudup, Sr.
New Horizon Church
Jackson, Mississippi 39204
Ronnie Crudup Sr.‘s Facebook Page

Bishop Matthew Ferguson
Abundant Life Fellowship Church
Florissant, Missouri 63033
Abundant Life Fellowship’s Facebook Page

Bishop Adam N. Harrell, Jr., Esq.
Harrell and Chambliss
Richmond, Virginia 23219
Harrell and Chambliss Website

Bishop Garland R. Hunt, Sr., Esq.
The Father’s House
Norcross, Georgia 30092
Father’s House Website
Garland Hunt’s Facebook Page

Bishop Darryl Husband, Sr.
Mount Olivet Church
Richmond, Virginia 23223 (Church Hill)
Mount Olivet Website
Darryl Husband’s Facebook Page

Bishop Larry Jackson
Bethel Outreach International Church
Charlotte, North Carolina 28269
Bethel Outreach Website
Larry Jackson’s Facebook Page

Bishop Henry Joseph
Zion Church
31 Pear Orchard Rd., Ridgeland MS
Zion Church Website
Henry Joseph’s Facebook Page
Zion Church Facebook Page

Bishop Matthew Mallek
We Are Refuge
Stevens Point, Wisconsin 54481
Refuge Church Website
Matthew Mallek’s Facebook Page

Bishop Rashid Masih
Logos Ministries of Pakistan
Logos Free Tuition Center in Nepal
Rashid Masih’s Facebook Page

Bishop Marvin Mason
Manna Christian Fellowship
Richmond, Virginia 23231
Manna Christian Fellowship Website

Bishop Jimmy Waddell
The Harvest House Ministries
Moore, South Carolina 29369
The Harvest House Ministries Website
The Harvest House Ministries Facebook Page

Background of Chief Prelate Bishop Wellington Boone and FOIC History

Wellington Boone was born again as a young man of 25 years old through a dramatic personal encounter with Jesus Christ. He was alone in his room during a time of crisis when he was overcome by the Shekinah glory of God. He immediately began sharing his faith and winning people to Christ. A short time later he married his childhood sweetheart Katheryn Watley in November 1973. He served under other pastors for a time and then began holding Christian gatherings in hotels in Richmond, Virginia, that were attended by enthusiastic multiracial gatherings.

In 1981 he launched his first church in Ettrick, Virginia, near the campus of Virginia State University. The church reached college students in the area and so he founded New Generation Campus Ministries (NGM) in 1982 and placed it under the leadership of Garland and Eileen Hunt. By 1995 it was active on more than 50 campuses.

In 1984 Pastor Boone left Pastor Joseph Green in charge of the church in Ettrick and planted a new church, Manna Christian Fellowship of Richmond, Virginia. They met for a while in the 200-year-old Monumental Church near the State Capitol in downtown Richmond. Then Manna renovated a car dealership at the corner of Belvedere and Broad where they had an active street ministry and noonday prayer and praise. In September 1989 they purchased a large church and 10 acres of land at 6851 South Laburnum Avenue where activities continued day and night.

Early Morning Prayer met weekdays at 5:00 AM and on Saturdays at 6:00 AM. College students attended summer Leadership Training Schools and some joined the NGM ministry after graduation, raising their own financial support. Intercessors met regularly for three-day shut-ins at the church and the leaders in the congregation fasted one day every week and for three weeks at the beginning of every year in January. Inner-city outreaches were a regular event and some moved into those locations to live. The church started Kingdom Preparatory Academy for elementary school students and maintained a year-round Christian daycare with summer camps.

Manna was the hub of communication for weekly city-wide prayer meetings where pastors of different races and denominations came together to pray in churches and inner-city locations. Over a period of years the murder rate dropped substantially as a result of prayer and evangelism.

As various leaders were raised up through the local church and campus ministry, Pastor Boone began to commission elders at Manna as pastors and sent them to plant churches in different cities.

The Fellowship of International Churches (“FOIC”) was founded in 1994 by then “Pastor” Wellington Boone in covenant with the elders of Manna Christian Fellowship in Richmond. They conferred on him the title of “Bishop.” Since that time the elders have become pastors and some have also become bishops. They have planted churches in other cities and states as well as leading international outreach ministries.

In 1995 Bishop Boone released Manna Christian Fellowship of Richmond to the leadership of his associate pastor and spiritual son Bishop Marvin Mason and moved to Atlanta with his family and a church planting team. He founded The Father’s House in Norcross, Georgia, and served as senior pastor until March 2015 when he commissioned his spiritual son Bishop Garland Hunt as senior pastor along with his wife Pastor Eileen Hunt.

Now FOIC has bishops and pastors serving the Lord Jesus Christ in many nations of the world and we are constantly expanding. Our people are Christ-centered leaders of churches, Bible schools, and education and feeding programs for children. Every day our people make an impact on business, education, civil government, the media, sports, and all other areas of society from a biblical base. They believe in God and the power of the Holy Spirit. They believe that eternal life begins now and we will be held accountable to God for every thought, word, and deed. Jesus is the only way to God and He has called us fulfill a Great Commission to make disciples of all nations.