Greg and Jean Rodman

Apostle Greg Rodman (1935 - 2016), founding apostle and head pastor of Cathedral of Praise, has been actively in the ministry since 1961. After doing evangelism, he pastored churches in California, Nevada, Texas, and Arizona. Before his introduction to the full gospel realm, Greg Rodman was doing apostolic work in the Southern Baptist denomination, vitalizing anemic churches and starting new works within the denomination.

In the late 1960's, Greg had an encounter with the Holy Spirit. Soon after, he met Katherine Kuhlman. His ministry began to take on a new dimension with signs and wonders following. When he converted his Baptist church in California into a Pentebaptist / Bapticostal church he was strongly urged by the denomination to do apostolic work in another denomination---permanently.

EDUCATION: Apostle Rodman, formerly a marine in the Korean War, earned a B.A. degree at West Texas State where he was a football quarterback. He financed his education in part by riding in rodeos. Later, at Howard Payne University, he received a B.S. degree in Bible, English, and Speech. His masters degrees from Arizona State University include the areas of mental disturbance, mental retardation, and learning disabilities. He is a former public school coach (with multiple state championships in two sports), as well as a teacher and public school administrator. He has administered Cathedral Christian School since its inception in 1981 (closed 2009).

PERSONAL NOTES: The apostle and his wife, Jean, have three children: son, Greg Jr. (who is with the Lord), and their daughters, Terri, and Jeannine. Rodmans have been blessed with two grandchildren, Jeryme Cook, our drummer, and Kandyce Thrower, our piano player and gifted singer. Mrs. Rodman sings and is the Women's Pastor.

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