Our Senior Pastors


A Visionary Leader, Church-Planter, Pastor, College Lecturer and Organization Management Expert. He has been training and developing Leaders for Churches and Organizations for over 40 years. He is Founder and President of Capital Christian Ministries International.

It has been a journey of forty-five (45) years of excellence and fortitude in the pursuit of Academic and professional achievements:
2013 – 2019 Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Leadership and Management
LOGOS University, Jacksonville, Florida, USA
1995 – 1998 Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Management
Pepperdine University, Malibu, California, USA
1987 – 1991 Master of Divinity (M.Div) in Theology
Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, USA
1982 – 1984 Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Philosophy
Northwest University, Kirkland/Seattle, Washington, USA
1978 – 1980 Diploma in Theology (Dip.Th) in Biblical Studies
Trans-Africa Christian University (Pentecostal Assemblies of God Bible College), Kitwe, Zambia
1975 – 1978 Diploma in Electrical Engineering
Roan Consolidated Copper Mines (RCCM) Ltd. Trades Training Institute, Mufulira, Zambia


Rev. Beatrice K. Mbulo or “Rev. Bea” as she is fondly known by the Capital Christian Family and friends, is a spiritual leader, a teacher and a woman with a heart for children’s ministry and women’s ministry. She is married to Bishop George Mbulo and together they co-pastor Capital Christian Ministries International, an African Continental Ministry.

She is a former preschool teacher at St. Clare’s Little People Preschool and Daycare in Santa Clarita, California -USA. She taught in Early-Childhood Education for 13 years. She has done advanced studies in Pastoral Ministry – Northwest College (1983-84) in Seattle, USA, and Studies in Early-Childhood Education & Teacher Certification – College of The Canyons (1992-94), Santa Clarita, California – USA. She has earned a Diploma in Biblical Studies – Trans-Africa Theological College (1980) in Kitwe, Zambia; a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology and Bible Studies – Trans-Africa Christian University (2013); a Master of Arts (MA) in Christian Leadership – Trans-Africa Christian University.


The Mbulos were both called into full-time ministry in 1977, while pursuing a career in Electrical Engineering with Roan Consolidated Mines (RCCM, later called Zambia Consolidated Copper Mine) Ltd. in Mufulira, Zambia. In January 1978 they both entered the Pentecostal Assemblies of God (Zambia) Bible College in Kitwe, Zambia, to begin their ministry pilgrimage, which has now spanned four decades (over 40 years) of effective ministry. They were first ordained to the ministry at the General Conference of the Pentecostal Assemblies of God Zambia [PAOG (Z)] in 1982 after a proven pastoral ministry following their graduation from Bible College in 1980.


While in Bible College, in 1979, they pioneered and planted a church in Chingola, Zambia, called Evangel Temple of the Assemblies of God, which they pastored until 1982 when they left for the USA to pursue a degree program of study. After their degree studies in Seattle, Washington, they returned to Zambia in 1984 to be the first Zambian President of TransAfrica Theological College, their Alma Mater, until 1987 when they left again for the USA to pursue post-graduate studies.

During their studies and stay in Los Angeles, which was over a fourteen (14) year period, and becoming Permanent Residents of the USA, the Lord gave them incredible opportunities in ministry. In 1991 Bishop George Mbulo was ordained by the Assemblies of God (USA) while serving as an Associate Pastor at North Hollywood First Assembly of God in Los Angeles, where he later became Executive Pastor until their return to Zambia in 2001. Rev. Beatrice Mbulo was a Pre-School Teacher from 1988 until 2001.

In 2001, they launched and pioneered Capital Christian Ministries International (CCMI) from Lusaka, Zambia, which is the Corporate Headquarters for the ministry, as CCMI expands into other African capital cities.

On 5th May, 2002, at a special service of Capital Christian Worship Centre in Lusaka, Zambia, with several ordained ministers from Zambia and the USA in attendance, recognized Bishop George Mbulo’s pioneering and trail-blazing ministry over the years. Bishop Mbulo, by the laying on of hands of a group of recognized and seasoned ministers, was affirmed with a special ordination to an Apostolic calling which has been evident in the opening of new frontiers of gospel ministry in the past and in their present calling to the African continent.