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Where is Your Dad? 2

 Session Date and Time

Friday, August 20, 2021 at 5:00:00 PM UTC


The attack on the Patriarchal Family does not diminish the tremendous value and important role that fathers play in the lives of their wives and children. The absence of fathers has resulted in great devastation on personal and societal levels.  In the words of George Herbert “One father is more than one hundred school masters.”  Without a father to provide protection and instill the morals, values, and knowledge necessary for constructive living, children are left to learn such things from society.  When the father is absent, the home is more susceptible to outside influences that encourages destructive behaviors and attitudes.  To restore society the family must be restored, and the family will never be restored without the father.

Session Overview

Pastor Willie Bamberg
Portsmouth, VA


Pastor Willie Bamberg
Portsmouth, VA

Superintendent Willie J. Bamberg, II is happily married to Mrs. Josephine M. Bamberg. He is the proud father of four and grandfather of two. Supt. Bamberg founded the Judah Sanctuary C.O.G.I.C in February 2014. He is the Superintendent of the Virginia District of North Carolina Third Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction C.O.G.I.C, where he also serves as the jurisdictional Auxiliaries In Ministry (AIM) Chairman. Supt. Bamberg was honored to be appointed a Commissioner of the Bishop C.E. Blake (Presiding Bishop Emeritus, COGIC) Legacy Conference.

Superintendent Bamberg is a 12-year veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. While enlisted, he earned an Associate Degree in Business Administration from Strayer University and is in the process of completing a Bachelors degree in Human Resource Management. Supt. He was appointed by the city of Portsmouth (VA) to the Americans with Disabilities Act Commission and was elected to Chairman of the board. He also is honored to serve as a Chaplain and Community Outreach Specialist with the Portsmouth Police Department.

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