Dr. Nicholas Pearce serves as Assistant Pastor of the historic Apostolic Church of God in Chicago under the leadership of Dr. Byron Brazier. He is an internationally sought-after preacher, teacher, and conference speaker, and is the youngest assistant pastor to serve Apostolic since the church's founding in 1932.

Dr. Pearce has been faithfully serving in the Lord's church since the tender age of three. He was baptized at the age of six, called to the ministry at the age of seven, and began institutional ministry at the age of seventeen under his childhood pastor and spiritual father, the legendary Bishop Arthur M. Brazier. Even as an undergraduate, he co-founded MIT's chapter of The Impact Movement, a campus Bible study fellowship and student outreach ministry. God has highly favored Dr. Pearce and continues to use him to impact tens of thousands of lives across cultural, denominational, and generational boundaries.

Dr. Pearce is emerging as one of his generation's most trusted & respected voices as an expository preacher, gifted teacher, and leadership development expert. His commitment to ministry extends beyond the walls of the church, as he has lectured for such notable institutions as the McCormick Theological Seminary, Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary, the Bexley Seabury Seminary Federation, the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, the Evangelical Covenant Church, and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago, and has written for The Huffington Post, UrbanFaith.com, and The African American Lectionary. Dr. Pearce also serves as the co-founder and co-director of Kellogg Faith & Leadership Week, an annual global executive education summit for leaders of faith communities, hosted at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management, where he is a professor.
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