Mark Lubbock serves as a deployed staff member of the General Commission on United Methodist Men (GCUMM). He focuses on developing and supporting effective means to disciple men.
Mark served for 15 years as a local pastor in the Louisiana Conference. During that time, he became the first clergyperson to serve as a “certified men’s ministry specialist” through a program developed by GCUMM.
Mark also serves as the Louisiana Annual Conference UMM President and has served as president of a local church UM organization, and as district UM secretary. He has served as a keynote speaker for several men’s events. And he facilitates retreats and men’s conferences.
He previously was a certified field trainer with “Man in the Mirror”, and he served as a regional director for “Promise Keepers” He was a regional director for “Men at the Cross” and served as chair of “Kairos Prison Ministry in Louisiana.
He is the founder and C.E.O. of Gulf South Men, a 501(c)3 nonprofit men’s ministry organization which facilitates disciple making ministry with churches and men’s organizations in Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Prior to this, Mark was the founder and chief executive officer of Louisiana Data Systems, a technology company.
Mark lives in Baton Rouge, L.A. and is married to Vickie Lubbock, the love of his life.