Bishop Delbert Eugene McCullough Sr.


Delbert McCullough was born on October 25, 1953

Bishop/Pastor Delbert E. McCullough Sr. 40 years of Ministry, at the age of 26, was saved at the Bibleway Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, under Bishop William C. Latta, he received his call to the ministry in early 1982 when God spoke according to Acts 9:15 and commissioned him to bear His name, when he entered school for altar working at Bibleway Church he studied;

Old Testament Survey, New Testament Survey, Principles of Biblical Hermeneutics, Dispensational Principles, Systematic Theology, The Preacher and His preaching, The Book of Revelation, How we got the Bible, Bible Study Methods, has been working on Understanding the Holy Ghost for the past 30 years, after studying under Bishop William C. Latta in 1983 and Bishop James T Edwards Sr. in 2009 – 2018, in 2003 World Wide Word Outreach Ministries Church, was founded by Bishop Delbert E. McCullough Sr. to reach those who wished to learn the Bible from a Hermeneutical point of view. He is also a member of Respect My Life Organization, active member of Columbus Ceasefire 2010 to 2012 and Crimestoppers, 20 year teacher of the Book of Revelation.

Bishop Delbert E. McCullough Sr. serves as Pastor of World Wide Word Outreach Ministries Church from 2003 to today, World Wide Word Outreach Ministries Church was licensed and commissioned in 2013, today, Bishop Delbert E. McCullough Sr. now serves at New Hope Global Community Church under Bishop James T. Edwards and New Hope Global Community Network of Churches Senior Bishop James T. Edwards and attends the New Hope Global Bible Institute.

And begin to bring together this study in 1988 into the Life, past, present, and future work of the Holy Ghost to better understand some of the questions facing the believers today, although this is one of the first books released others are soon to follow. After 5 years of being saved he entered into the ministry with an open heart to do the will of the Lord and searching scriptures too better understand his own salvation, discovered that not only he but many were confused about the different religions, and denominations which have arose over the years and set out to find answers which most Christians today are asking without answers and with answers that leave more questions or don’t line up with the word of Cod. And 40 years later these writings have been brought together to answer some of those questions as the Spirit wills.

Delbert was preceded in death by Grandmother Sally Ann McCullough, Grandfather Jackson McCullough, Mother and Father Elizabeth and Sanders McCullough Sr., Brothers Donald McCullough, Toby McCullough, Sanders McCullough Jr, David McCullough Sr, Duane McCullough, Sisters Sofie Ann McCullough, Willie Mae McCullough, Sally Bell Broady. Sister-in-law Gladys McCullough, – Children Christopher Elijah McCullough and Delbert Eugene McCullough Jr.

Delbert leaves to honor and cherish his memory: his wife Priscilla McCullough – children Michael Dion Conley, Tasha Deal, Yolanda McCullough, Christopher Robbie McCullough, Yonisa McCullough, Crandall Lewis McCullough, Shawnetta McCullough, Leon (Jennifer) McCullough, Tyrone McCullough, Michael Jackson, Donald Teddy McCullough – Brothers -Daniel McCullough –Marshall (Marty) McCullough (Kimberly) – Michael (Deidra) McCullough along with 29 grand kids and a host of nieces and nephews.

Visitation 1:00 PM and Funeral Service 2:00 PM Saturday, February 5, 2022 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH 2500 Cleveland Ave.

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Condolence Messages

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. I will miss his online bible study.

  2. My condolences to the whole family. Mr mccullough is my daughter grand father. You will be truly missed from his son christopher mccullough he loves you very much. Rest In Peace


  4. May you know that the comforter will provide exactly what is needed. During this time. Trust in God to mend the broken hearted.

  5. May the peace and love of Christ be with the family at this time, and the Fruit of the Spirit carry you through.

  6. May God give you peace during this time, my deepest sympathy for you and family may God bless you always and may you find peace and comfort durning this time

  7. May the God of peace comfort you. May you have continuous strength knowing that God is with you

  8. Priscilla McCullough

    To all of family of Bishop Delbert E. McCulloughs family you are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your father, brother, uncle, cousin, grandfather. May our Lord Jesus bring you comfort and may all prayers ease the pain of this loss.I personally am going to miss the man God brought into my life and becoming a part of your family. May God get all of the glory for a life well lived.
    You Delbert, fought a good fight, you finished your course. Grateful you have entered into the rest of the Lord. Love you man of God. Love you McCullough Family

  9. Christopher McCullough

    We love you father rest in peace!

  10. Betty J McCullough

    My thoughts and prayers are with my McCullough family. I will miss his online bible study and our chats, his posts, his friendship RIP Bishop Delbert (cousin) <3 you always

  11. Barbara Miller- Link

    Bishop Delbert McCollough, I am going to miss being in your Facebook Bible Study and hearing you joke and laugh. I used to get so tickled at your antics. I am glad for those laughs, because I was going through some really tough times and God knew your witty jokes would anoint my soul with the spirit of gladness. I still cannot believe that you passed on. My heart don’t want to receive it. But I know that you wouldn’t wish for none of your students to be fixated or stuck in yesterday, when today is a new day to give God praise! I just want to say thank you for your countless hours of teachings. I promise you I will one day get there…where God will say to me too, we’ll done my good and faithful servant. You never knew it, but I deemed you and your wife my spiritual parents and I looked up to y’all. I guess I will have to meet you on that golden shore when I get there. Thank you for everything you were and thank you for the things you did not know you were to us. Now I must pick up my cross and walk on this journey and hope that God will send another great teacher our way. Well done Bishop well done. ❤️‍. I’ve never met anyone who can teach the word like you.
    Gods girl BJMiller aka Barbara Miller-Link. 614 282-8650

  12. Corrine Woodfork

    To the family of Delbert McCullough…you have our deepest sympathies. We will be praying for your comfort and peace.
    Corrine Woodfork and family

  13. Pastor E. LaMarr Scales

    Sending love and prayers to the family of Bishop Delbert E. McCullough. I am honored to have served as his pastor at Restored By The Word Ministries Church. Delbert served as one of our Elders and Media Ministry director. He will be greatly missed.

  14. Less'Han and Allyn McCullough

    Our thought and prayers are with the family. May God comfort each and everyone of you. Uncle Delbert will be greatly missed

    Less’Han and Allyn McCullough

  15. Melvin and Francine Carson

    To my sister Priscilla Praysonpurpose McCullough and the McCullough family, John 14: 1-4, may God continue to give you his everlasting strength, peace and even at this time joy that passes all understand. I will remember brother teaching and him saying: come on somebody that was when it was getting good and deep. RIP Bishop Delbert Eugene McCullough Sr.

  16. Rebecca K Russo

    I know that you are sleeping until Jesus comes back for us all. Bishop McCullough you really taught me a whole lot in your Bible Study and I will never forget you. You were a great teacher and you were funny too. You were so real and spoke the truth whether people wanted to hear it or not! I am so going to miss you and the next time I eat Peanut Butter and jelly I will think of you because you loved your peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and coffee! I can still hear you saying “ After that!” I am very much looking forward to the After That!
    To the McCullough family I truly am sorry for your loss. I am praying for all of you. God Bless you all.
    Love and prayers, Rebecca Russo

  17. It is with a sad heart that I am reading and adding my words of condolences and remembrance of my cousin Delbert. It was beautiful to connect with you via social media, and share laughs from our childhood. It was so comforting; it often felt that we had never had many years of not having seen or communicated with each other. We other take our life and the lives of those we cherish for granted. I took for granted that I would have years to follow you through your media output; and perhaps attend services and study with you. God had other plans. I am now becoming at peace with your transition; knowing that the man of God is now with God. Glory to God!! Your assignment is completed! You are now in receipt of the rewards of your labor. Rest in power cousin. Save a seat for me!! I love you cousin!

    • Please forgive typo’s … this was very emotional penning. Love and prayers to Sister Priscilla and the family.

  18. Natalie Robbins-Foster

    The Robbins Family sending our Condolences and Prayers ( Teonna Robbins Conley)

  19. Natalie Robbins-Foster

    Condolences and Prayers for my Grandfather and his Family. (Teonna Robbins Conley) .

  20. Condolences and prayers to the McCullough family. Michael Conley loved his daddy.
    Mary l Conley sending prayers.

  21. To the Family, You have my deepest sympathy. I just happen to read about the passing of Delbert. Our path cross during our younger days. I met him and his family while visiting my cousin Debra Early Evans when they live in Windsor Terrance. He was such a nice person and we had some good times back in the day. May the Lord Comfort each of you during this time of sorrow. God Bless!!

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