A veteran of the United States Marine Corp, Archbishop Mayo knows all too much about discipline and order.

He is a native of Harlem, New York. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biblical Studies and a Master of Divinity degree from Norfolk Seminary & College in Virginia. He earned a Ph.D. in Divinity from the College of Metaphysical Theology in Minnesota. He also has Post Doctrinal Fellowship Degrees in Counseling, Psychology and Theology.

Archbishop Mayo is married to his beautiful wife (Connie) of twenty-nine years and counting. Together, they have seven children and eight grandchildren.

Archbishop Mayo exemplifies the true character of an archbishop in his marriage and he demonstrates his love and dedication to GOD through his love and dedication to his wife. The lessons he has learned over the course of his life and his marriage have been instrumental in helping many couples to remain married and get over the hurdles that present themselves to couples. He is passionate about the survival of the marriage unit, and this can be witnessed throughout the pages of his debut book, A Husband’s Guide to Staying Married.

Over the years, Archbishop Ronald Mayo has served in the ministry as a consecrated Bishop in the United American Free Will Baptist Denomination Incorporated. He is currently General Auditor and President of the United American Free Will Baptist Bible College in Kinston, North Carolina. In addition to these accomplishments, Archbishop Mayo has been awarded and recognized countless times over the course of his ministry, but of all of his medals and honors, he counts the success of his marriage as one of his greatest achievements. Of course, he gives all the glory and honor to God.

ArchBishop’s Seal [Description]
Purple, Silver, Gold & White

Purple represents royalty. It is the color traditionally used to represent the Bishop.

Gold represents refining. During refinery, only gold that rises to the top is used.

Silver represents metal and authority.

White represents purity, and the washing away of sins.

Croziers are used to represent staffs and staffs were used to represent

leadership and authority.

Dove is used to represent the HOLY SPIRIT.

Earth is used to represent the dominion of GOD, for the earth is the LORDS and the fullness thereof.

Ark of the Covenant represents the glory and power of GOD.

Chalice, grapes, wheat and bread represents the holy communion.