Dr. Jack Fucci, Jr. came to Jesus on March 4th, 1976 after drifting away from his Catholic upbringing through the Secular Humanistic teaching in College. The salvation experience was very powerful and life changing. Pastor Jack met his wife, Nancy, about 5 months later. They were married in 1978. They then began attending Nutley Assembly of God (now Nutley Abundant Life Worship Center) under the oversight of Pastor (now Bishop) Peter Bruno. Pastor Jack became part of the ministry training class under Rev. Dr. Peter Bruno in 1980-81. He also received a Bible school diploma in Ministerial Studies from the Assemblies of God in 1984. He was sent out to meet a need in Oneida, New York for a Pastor there. The Christian Church of North America ordained him in 1986.
In 1987 he received another Bible school Diploma from Berean College of the Assemblies of God in Bible and Doctrine. He and Sis. Nancy, pastored the church in Oneida for over 18 years. During that time Pastor Jack was certified by the Evangelical Teaching Association as a Bible instructor and certified by Berean College to hold an extension school at the church. During the last several years in Oneida, Pastor Jack began Foundation Ministries and began to travel to local churches in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to build up the local church. Pastor Jack & Nancy left the Oneida church in 2002 after 18 years sensing their work there was finished. They then were interim Pastors at Evangel Assembly of God in Chittenango, NY for two years. They moved back to New Jersey in January 2006 and accepted the position of Academic Dean at Abundant Life Bible Institute in August, 2009.
Pastor Jack received his Master of Arts Degree in Christian Apologetics in 2004 from Tyndale Theological Seminary and his Ph.D. in Biblical Studies in 2007 from Louisiana Baptist University. He is currently a candidate for a D.Min. degree in Apologetics with Southern Evangelical Seminary. Dr. Jack is also Executive Secretary to Bishop Peter Bruno for Abundant Life Ministries of Nutley, New Jersey. He and his wife have five grown children.