Dr. Dolphy Cross was born in St. Ann, Jamaica. He received his early education at Dinthill Technical High School, West Indies College, now Northern Caribbean University, Trinity Theological Seminary, University of Miami, and Argosy University. Dr. Cross is a clinical pastoral educator, a family therapist, a psychotherapist, and a conflict resolution specialist. He and his wife Beverly created Cross’ Basement Theory of Couples Conflict Resolution. A conflict resolution diagnostic instrument in Couples and Family Therapy. He also specializes in pastoral counseling and helped many couples to keep their marriages
together. Dr. Cross served in Central Jamaica, St. Lucia, Barbados, and impacted Trinidad and the entire Eastern Caribbean with his lectures and seminars on Family Values. While serving in Bridgetown, Barbados, Dr. Cross was invited to lecture at the University of the West Indies School of Continuing Education on Value Education. He also served as education consultant for Trinity Theological Seminary. He served the Southeastern Conference of Seventh-day Adventist as
family, health, and religious liberty director from 2012-2016. Previously, he pastors the Peniel and Golden Gate churches in Florida. He is the author of the Document on the Paradigm Shift in Evangelism and Church Growth. He used this document
in collaboration with the Holy Spirit and grew the district he just left from two congregations in 2016 to eight congregations in December 2017. Dr. Dolphy Cross and his wife Dr. Beverly Cross share four sons, one daughter, three daughters in law, and seven grandchildren. They
are both certified facilitators for Prepare Enrich and conduct family enrichment workshops and seminars nationally and internationally. They believe that humility is power therefore, we all can become powerful people if we remain humble. Phil. 4:13 is one of their favorite
texts. They solicit your prayers as they minister to you today and beyond.