Gregory loves Jesus and is the husband to his beautiful wife, senior pastor, musician, software engineer, and entrepreneur.
Gregory has always had a passion for technology and music. He started playing the drums at five years old and the keys at age 12 and has been playing in church since then.
He also fell in love with technology early on and would ultimately major in computer science at Florida A&M University (FAMU). At FAMU, he was first introduced to the internet and would eventually have the tremendous opportunity to be on the team to build FAMU's first website. He is now the University Webmaster and Assistant Director of IT Services at FAMU.
Gregory started two companies, Euedoo Software, and Rhema Music Group. Euedoo Software is a software development company specializing in web-based software, mobile apps, and web development & design. Technology has been a significant part of his life as he loves to create and solve problems. Rhema Music Group is a Christian/Gospel/Inspirational record label, where he released a jazz single, New Day, and plans on releasing more music and signing other artists.
Gregory's interests include technology, music, business, investing, biblical studies, travel, automobiles, and enjoying life with his wonderful wife.
Pastor Dr. Jo
Joedrecka S. Brown Speights, MD is Professor and Chair, Family Medicine and Rural Health at the Florida State University College of Medicine. She is a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and fellowship-trained in maternal child health (MCH). She is the 2018 recipient of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Distinguished Service Award by the Florida State University. Her experience includes serving as the medical director of the National Community Center of Excellence in Women’s Health, Office of Women’s Health, Department of Health and Human Services at Turley Family Health Center (USF Morton Plant Mease Family Medicine Residency), where she practiced full-scope family medicine including operative obstetrics, and global health. She is an alumna of the Florida Agriculture and Mechanical University and completed medical training at Emory University School of Medicine before completing her residency at St. Vincent’s Family Medicine Residency in Jacksonville, FL. She is a 2017 inaugural fellow of the George Washington University Leaders for Health Equity International Fellowship, now Atlantic Fellows for Health Equity. Her interests include promotion of health equity, especially MCH equity through community-engaged research, clinical care, advocacy, and education. She is also focused on faculty vitality, wellness promotion, and empowerment of women and girls. She enjoys spending time with her husband, Gregory, and family, and vacation traveling adventures.