Emerson Boyce

General Secretary, Evangelical Association of the Caribbean

Rev. Emerson L. Boyce, a native of Barbados and a ‘BarTrin’ by marriage and association, is a Servant of God with over 43 years of experience in active service.

He is a graduate from the West Indies School of Theology in Trinidad; Haggai Institute for Advanced Leadership (Singapore); Global Trainers Training Institute in the Philippines; United States Center for World Missions (USCWM); William Carey University (WCU); Fuller Theological Seminary (USA) and other theological institutions.

At present, Rev. Boyce is a staff member with the Evangelical Association of the Caribbean (EAC) serving as the Secretary General/CEO and Executive Director for the Commission on Evangelism and Missions. He is a member of the World Evangelical Alliance Mission Commission (WEA MC), Global Leadership Team (WEA-GLT) Regional General Secretaries’ Council (WEA-RGS). In addition to these, he makes time to serve as a Director of Prison Fellowship in Trinidad & Tobago (PFTT); Regional Cabinet member of Empowered 21 and a member of the PAWI North East Trinidad District Executive. Rev. Boyce has numerous other credentials and evangelical affiliations.

His primary area of service is making disciples, training ministers and missionaries, a partner in Church Planting, Humanitarian and Disaster Leadership efforts. Rev. Boyce is passionate to see the Church in the Caribbean work together to fulfill the Biblical mandate of discipling the nations for Jesus Christ, transforming and moving people to Christian values and God’s Agenda. He is the Founder/President of GospeLife Ministries; a certified Christian Meeting Professional (CMP); Missions Practitioner, and a Leadership Development Trainer; and listed in the 2014 and 2015 Editions of the Bristol Who’s Who of Executives and Professionals.

Emerson has both planted and revitalized congregations; is a frequent lecturer and speaker on issues of leadership; evangelism and missions; organizational development and innovative thought on church life and mission.

He, his wife, Jennifer, and their daughter Lyzette, make their home in Arima, Trinidad.