Pastor Bobby Lee Graham, Jr. was born on June 11, 1981, in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the elder son of three siblings of Bishop Bobby & Nanella Graham, Sr.. He is the third generation of his maternal family to pastor the National Divine Spiritual Church. He was educated in the Atlanta Public School System, a graduate of the University of Tennessee (B.S. in Psychology), and a graduate of Columbia Theological Seminary (Master of Divinity).
Pastor Graham was surrounded by ministers in the family and spiritual community who had a passion to work for the kingdom of God. Witnessing the works of their labor inspired him to pursue his passion to serve God's people. On June 2, 1996 at the age of 15 he was baptized by his father. On December 12, 2004 he was ordained into ministry, and on February 6, 2011 he was installed as the Pastor & Spiritual Director of the National Divine Spiritual Church of Atlanta, Georgia.
He is an advocate of the community. His work ethic is centered around integrity towards his fellow man with love and compassion. Subsequently, you can find me diligently assisting and counseling troubled teens, substance abusers, homeless victims, assisting the elderly, and also providing his gift in chaplaincy. He is a sworn member of the Atlanta Municipal Court Restorative Board which advises teenagers and young adults that have committed minor crimes and to restore them back to society by building positive relationships. He served for 10 years as the community president for 4th & SAND of the Historic Martin Luther King District.
His motto is “God has called me to serve”, thus the mission continues as he remains a sojourner, traveling through life, seeking Christ in all that he does.