About Us

Dr. Jonathan C. Carey is the Chief Visionary of The CTC Network and the  Metropolitan Bishop for The Caribbean Deanery of  Global United Fellowship. Jonathan is also an ordained minister with the Assemblies of God USA and serves as the lead pastor of Glad Tidings Tabernacle, Key West, Florida.

Jonathan entered the Gospel ministry in 1982 and has served in numerous places and positions. He has served as a Pastor, National Youth Director, District and National Church Official. Dr. Carey also has an extensive background in Educational and Community Leadership Roles.

Jonathan's Personal Strategic Philanthropy Policy: I feel strongly about helping causes related to faith and education, that specifically address the needs of clergy and people of other countries who need help with fulfillment of purpose and personal empowerment to change. I envision fulfilling my strategic philanthropic goals with faith-based ministries that are multidisciplinary oriented, are visionary in nature, and whose areas of influence are regional in scope. BIO


Secretary                                     Donna Russell

Director of Training

Nelson Bain        

CUBA                                          Michael D. Kulik 

Carolyn Brown    


To collaborate with our clients to reach innovative solutions to their present challenges.

To assist our clients in developing actions plans to ensure continued success.


Because we are committed, we provide our clients with Quality Services.
Because we are assertive, we seek new Markets and Opportunities.
Because we value relationships, we view our clients as Partners.
Because we are social entrepreneurs, we do everything with Integrity.



Scripture - We believe that God’s inherent word is our final authority for faith and practice (2 Tim. 3:16).

Great Commission - We are convinced that Christ’s will and mission for his church is the Great Commission that commands and commissions his people to make and mature disciples at home and abroad (Matt. 28:19-20).

Creativity and Innovation - We will constantly evaluate our forms and methods, seeking biblical accuracy with cultural relevance for maximum effectiveness in service of Christ. (1 Chron. 12:32).