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Pastor Henry McMullen

Pastor Henry McMullen is the Senior Pastor New Birth Fellowship Church in Indianapolis, IN. He and his lovely wife Lady Joy McMullen are co-founders of The Be Renewed Movement and Pretty Girls Preach. With a unique teaching and preaching gift that is relevant to today’s culture, Pastor McMullen makes the word easy for anyone to comprehend. Aside from ministry in the pulpit, Pastor McMullen serves as an educator for Pike Township Schools in Indianapolis as well as mentors youth within the city.


Pastor McMullen added the title of author to his resume, with his self-published book, It Hurts But It's Necessary: Standing Strong When God Seems Silent. Pastor McMullen and Lady Joy are the proud parents of 6 children, which includes 4 boys, Julian, Rayshawn, Ryan and Henry; and 2 daughters Jaiden and Hailynn. It is Pastor McMullen's earnest desire to RENEW the WORLD through the WORD of God.

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Lady Joy McMullen

Lady Joy McMullen is the 1st Lady of New Birth Fellowship Church. She serves along side her husband Pastor Henry McMullen. Lady Joy is not only a mother, wife and minister, she is also an entrepreneur, mentor, professional makeup artist and licensed Esthetitcian . She is the CEO of Studio Pro Cosmetics, The Princess Academy and Pretty Girls Preach. 

Lady Joy professed her hope in Christ at the young age of 7 and accepted her call to the ministry at the age of 17. Having been spiritually lead and educated by her parents Pastor Louis and Evangelist Parlee Mitchell, Lady Joy was given a solid and sound doctrinal foundation on which to stand. Lady Joy  is the mother of 6 Children;  2 daughters Jaiden Marie and Hailynn Carolee and 4 son's, Julian Michael- Anthony, Rayshawn Paul, and Ryan Henry and Henry Preston Carter. Lady Joy preaches the gospel to evangelize the lost, to heal the broken, restore the hurt and release those who are captive, that they might be made free.

Lady Joy McMullen

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