Dr. Eugene L. Gibson, Jr. is the Senior Pastor of The Place of the Outpouring @ Olivet Fellowship in Memphis Tennessee and is the proud father of two beautiful daughters, Trinity Essence 20 and Taylor Emani 18.
Dr. Gibson affectionately called “Pastor Geno” served as the Minister of Music for the Mission of Faith Baptist Church in Chicago, under his late father; Rev. Eugene Gibson, Sr. and New faith Baptist Church in Matteson Illinois, under the Pastorates of Drs. Frank Thomas and Trunell Felder. He also served as the Men/Outreach Pastor at the Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis TN. once again with his mentor Rev. Dr. Frank Anthony Thomas.
Pastor Geno studied music at the VanderCook College of Music in his native Chicago where he received the Hale A. VanderCook Talent Scholarship for vocal performance. He holds the following degrees: a Bachelor of Theology from Christian Bible College; a Master of Arts in Religion/Urban Ministries from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School; and a Doctorate of Ministry from United Theological Seminary. His doctoral dissertation was entitled The Liberating Marriage: The Liberating Relationship Between the Sermon and Songs of the African American Church. Pastor Gibson teaches annually at the McCormick Theological Seminary in Chicago, as well as at Memphis Theological Seminary. He is a 2012 inductee into the Martin Luther King, Jr. Board of Preachers of Morehouse College.
Having an unquenchable love for the communication of God’s Word through preaching Dr. Geno is committed to sharing the Spiritual, Social, Economic liberating relevance of God’s Word and challenges The Place of the Outpouring to be the modern day pool of Bethesda; The Place where people seek healing from the infirmities of life.
Gibson is a lover of people and enjoys family, movies, reading and vacationing while doing all of the above. Gibson is a member of the Memphis Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Incorporated.