The Rev. Dr. Moses Sowale is a Grace-filled son, husband, father, counselor, and active voice for women’s empowerment and youth development. He was raised in Nigeria by a single mother after he lost his father at an early age. He grew up in Immanuel College of Theology Ibadan, Oyo State, where his eldest brother, Bishop Samuel Sowale (then the Rev. Dr. Sowale) lectured. He attended Immanuel’s elementary and high schools before studying Electrical Engineering at Kwara State Polytechnic. However, God called him to ministry – and Moses returned to his childhood home, Immanuel College of Theology, for his seminarian studies. He was ordained into the priesthood in July 2003. In Nigeria, Moses served in Ibadan at Bishop Akinyele Memorial Anglican Church and St. Paul’s Anglican Church Yemetu as curate and youth chaplain respectively. Pursuing his passion for empowering women and youth through pastoral care, Moses founded The Voice Inc. Christian Center for Family Development, Pastoral Care, and Counseling. While engaged in these ministries, Moses completed his Bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies at the Unversity of Ibadan in 2006. Moses’ gift for pastoral care led him to seek further education in the United States. At Boston College (BC) in Massachusetts, Moses earned a Master’s degree in Pastoral Ministry (Care and Counseling) in 2009. While studying at BC, Moses served as an associate priest and Sunday school teacher at All Saints Parish Brookline. After earning his Master’s, Moses worked as a counselor at Advocates Inc and continued pursuing his pastoral education.

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