Biographical information for Julius Nelson

Bio Information: Rev.  Dr. Julius Julukon Sarwolo Nelson, Jr.
Now serving in extension ministry, Rev.  Dr. Julius Julukon Sarwolo Nelson, Jr. is the Vice President and Dean of student affairs at the University of Liberia, Associate Professor of the Moral Philosophy and Ethics of the Department of Philosophy and Religion, College of Social Sciences and Humanities dubbed the Liberia College of the University of Liberia since 2007.
Rev. Dr. Nelson holds several degrees which include,  Bachelor Of Science Degree, Zoology Major And Chemistry Minor, University Of Liberia-1983; Monrovia, Liberia; Master of Divinity Degree, Theology Major and Ecumenics Minor, Gammon Theological Seminary, The Interdenominational Theological Center-1987; Atlanta, Georgia, USA; Master of Arts In Youth Ministry Degree, Columbia Theological Seminary-1988; Decatur, Georgia, USA; and Doctor of Ministry Degree, with Focus On “Peacemaking and Muslim-Christian Dialogue…” United Theological Seminary-2004; Dayton, Ohio, USA.
As a clergyman, Rev. Dr. Nelson served the United Methodist Church in Liberia in the following capacities. Dean of the College of Theology referred to as the Gbarnga School of Theology (GST) of the United Methodist University in Liberia 2005-2007, Pastor of the New Horizon United Methodist Church, Toledo District, West Ohio Annual Conference July 2003-2004, Interim Pastor, Peoples United Methodist Church, Detroit West District, Detroit Annual Conference for six month in 2003. He also served as Director of the Department of youth and Young Adult Ministries of the Liberia Annual Conference 1988-2000, Acting Director, Conference Council on Ministries of the Liberia Annual Conference 1992-1994, and Associate Pastor of the Stephen Trowen Nagbe United Methodist Church in Monrovia Liberia 1988-1989 which is now his home church.
Ordained Deacon In 1988 by North Georgia Annual Conference as a Courtesy for the Liberia Annual Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, USA and Ordained Elder in Full Connection in 1991 by the Liberia Annual Conference, the clergyman has led delegations and represented Liberia Annual Conference at UMC General Conferences and the All Africa Conference of Churches among others.
Born March 24, 1960, he is married to Dr. Muriel Victoria Goodridge Nelson with seven biological children plus many more adopted children.