Alan Goldstein is senior Bishop at World Hope Church and Alan Goldstein Ministries. What sets Bishop Alan Goldstein apart from the rest is his ability to relentlessly pursue tasks until completion.

Prior to preaching the word of God fulltime Alan established his own accounting and tax resolution firm, Alan was a business and private mortgage investor where his practice focused on purchasing businesses and selling businesses.

Alan received his M.B.A. (finance) degree from Nova Southeastern University and his B.A. degree from St. Thomas University. He is an Enrolled Agent who is licensed to represent taxpayers before the IRS, he is a Licensed Real Estate Broker, and he has been licensed as a Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Mediator.

He is a member of several organizations, serves as Treasurer for several nonprofits, and is admitted to practice before the IRS and state taxing authorities as an Enrolled Agent.

He lives with his wife and son in Miami, FL but loves to travel with his family to preach the word of God.


  • Enrolled Agent (Licensed to represent taxpayers before the IRS)
  • Licensed Real Estate Broker (Business Broker)
  • Florida Supreme Court Certified Civil Mediator (Inactive)
  • Aircraft Broker
  • Amateur Radio Operator


  • D.Th.   – Doctorate in Theology (in process)
  • M.B.A. – Master of Business Administration (concentration in finance)
  • B.A.P.S- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
  • A.S. – Associates of Arts in Music Business
  • D.B.A.-  Doctorate in Business Administration (candidate)


Bishop elect Alan Goldstein has been selected by the board of All Nations Christian Church International (ANCCI) as Bishop elect under Apostolic Succession.

Apostolic succession is the method whereby the ministry of the Christian Church is held to be derived from the apostles by a continuous succession, which has usually been associated with a claim that the succession is through a series of bishops.[1] This series was seen originally as that of the bishops of a particular see founded by one or more of the apostles. According to historian Justo L. González, apostolic succession is generally understood today as meaning a series of bishops, regardless of see, each consecrated by other bishops, themselves consecrated similarly in a succession going back to the apostles.[2] But, according to documentation produced by the Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue Between the Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church, the sees (cathedrae) play “an important role in inserting the bishop into the heart of ecclesial apostolicity”.[3]

Those who hold for the importance of apostolic succession via episcopal laying on of hands appeal to the New Testament, which, they say, implies a personal apostolic succession (from Paul to Timothy and Titus, for example). They appeal as well to other documents of the early Church, especially the Epistle of Clement.[4] In this context, Clement explicitly states that the apostles appointed bishops as successors and directed that these bishops should in turn appoint their own successors; given this, such leaders of the Church were not to be removed without cause and not in this way. Further, proponents of the necessity of the personal apostolic succession of bishops within the Church point to the universal practice of the undivided early Church (up to AD 431), before being divided into the Church of the East, Oriental Orthodoxy, the Eastern Orthodox Church and the Roman Catholic Church. Christians of the Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Old Catholic, Anglican, Moravian, and Scandinavian Lutheran traditions maintain that “a bishop cannot have regular or valid orders unless he has been consecrated in this apostolic succession.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostolic_succession

Apostolic Succession
Peter the Apostle 35 A.D.
Eyodius 44
Ignatius (Martyr) 68
Earon 107
Cornelius 137
Eados 142
Theophilus 157
Maximus 171
Seraphim 179
Asclepiades (Martyr) 189
Philip 210
Zebinus 219
Babylos (Martyr) 237
F’abius 250
Demeirius 251
Paul I 259
Domnus I 270
Timotheus 281
Cyrilus 291
Tyrantus 296
Vitalius 301
Philogonius 318
Eustachius 323
Paulinus 338
Philabianus 383
Evagrius 386
Phosporius 416
Alexander 418
John I 428
Theodotus 431
Domnus II 442
Maximus 450
Accacius 454
Martyrius 457
Peter II 464
Phiadius 500
Serverius the Great 509
Sergius 544
Domnus III 547
Anastasius 560
Gregory I 564
Paul II 567
Patra 571
Domnus IV 586
Julianus 591
Athanasius I 595
John II 636
Theodorus I 649
Severus 668
Athanasius II 684
Julianus II 687
Elias I 709
Athanasius III 724
Evanius I 740
Gervasius I 759
Joseph 790
Cyriacus 793
Dionsius I 818
John III 847
Ignatius II 877
Theodosius 887
Dinousius II 897
John IV 910
Evanius 922
John V 936
Evanius II 954
Dionysius 958
Abraham I 962
John VI 965
Athanasius IV 987
John VII 1004
Dionysius III 1032
Theodorus II 1042
Athanasius V 1058
John VII 1064
Basilius II 1074
Abdoone 1076
Dionysius V 1077
Evanius III 1080
Dionysius VI 1088
Athanasias VI 1091
John IX 1131
Athanasius VI 1139
Michael I (the Great) 1167
Athanasius VIII 1200
Michael II 1207
JohnX 1208
Ignatius III 1223
Dionysius VII 1253
John XI 1253
Ignatius IV 1264
Philanus 1283
Ignatius Baruhid 1293
Ignatius Ishmael 1333
Ignatius Basilius III 1366
Ignatius Abraham II 1382
Ignatius Basilius IV 1412
Ignatius Bahanam I 1415
Ignatius l~aIejih 1455
Ignatius John XII 1483
Ignatius Noah 1492
Ignatius Jesus I 1509
Ignatius Jacob I 1510
Ignatius David I 1519
Ignatius Abdullah 1520
Ignatius Naamathalak 1557
Ignatius David II 1576
Ignatius Philathus 1591
Ignatius Abdullah II 1597
Ignatius Cadhal 1598
Ignatius Simeon 1640
Ignatius Jesus II 1653
Ignatius A. Massiah I 1661
Ignatius Cabeed 1686
Ignatius Gervasius III 1687
Ignatius Gervasius IV 1708
Ignatius Siccarablak 1722
Ignatius Qervasius III 1746
Ignatius Gervasius IV 1768
Ignatius Mathias 1781
Ignatius Bahanam II 1810
Ignatius Jonas 1817
Ignatius Gervasius V 1818
Ignatius Elias II 1839
Ignatius Jacob II 1847
Ignatius Peter III 1872
Julius Xavier Alvarez – July 29, 1889
Joseph Rene Vilatte – June 5, 1892
George Alexander McGuire 1921
George Ford 1934
Vincent M. Waterman 1983
Hartley Ward 1997
John Githiga 2006
Source: http://anglocatholicchurch.eu/succession/