An innovator at heart in the body of Christ, Pastor Arthur Jones has been given a â€śNew Ministry for a New Dayâ€ť. Assigned to the contemporary yet authentic Christian, passionate people with a prolific love for God have been planted in the Northern Georgia region to make an indelible difference. Impact Worship Center is the place to come and experience an empowering and refreshing life changing move of God. People with many different backgrounds and experiences gather weekly to worship, fellowship, grow and serve. With a rich heritage in ministry, Pastor Arthur Jones stands on fundamental biblical principles to lead a church where people will be inspired to live a â€śGod Firstâ€ť life, through relevant teaching, preaching and application of Godâ€™s word.
Pastor Arthur Jones is a passionate servant leader who is dedicated to turning todayâ€™s followers into tomorrowâ€™s leaders. With unyielding integrity and earnest humility, Pastor Jones is determined to meet the needs of people who are seeking the God of their generation. An anointed teacher, and charismatic preacher, Pastor Arthur Jones stands resolute and patient as he embraces every opportunity to motivate Godâ€™s people to be the very best they can be in all they do and say.
Pastor Jones and his lovely wife Tonya are dynamic leaders who humbly pastor what has quickly become the fastest growing church in Smyrna, GA. This is because Impact Worship Center is victorious, influential, powerful and committed to the success of each memberâ€™s journey. Pastor Jones is devotedly and happily married to Lady Tonya Jones and proud father of Tiana Renee and Arthur Jones III. Pastor Jones is also the founder of A. T. Jones, Jr. Ministries and Soulful Sally Productions.
Pastor Jones’ academic achievements include dual degrees from Florida A&M University, in Criminal Law and Music, 1994; Truth Bible College and Seminary (Master of Theology), 1998; Interdenominational Theological Center, ITC (study of M. Div); Truth Bible College and Seminary, (Doctorate of Theological Studies), 2004, and University of Phoenix, (Master of Organizational Management), 2006.