Glenn E. Evans
Glenn is a warm and caring person who loves people and loves to see the healing, transformation, and victory of Christ brought in everyone’s life. When only six years old Glenn accepted Christ at Salem M.B. Church in Racetrack, MS under Pastor R.L. Federson and was baptized in the muddy waters of the Tallahatchie River. He received his call to ministry in March of 2006 and became an Associate Minister at Christ Temple Christian Center, under the leadership of Senior Pastor Walter Phillips Jr. Glenn taught adult Sunday school, lead the Warriors of the Cross Men’s ministry, was a member of the evangelistic team, a prayer intercessor, and on the transportation team. Glenn served as Pastor of Family Life at Jubilee Nation Church under Senior Pastors Anthony Jones and Tonya Brown Jones.
Glenn is a graduate of Greenwood High School in Greenwood MS. He received his Bachelors of Science in Psychology from the University of Phoenix and his Masters of Science in Human Service from Argosy University. Glenn is presently pursuing his Doctor of Education degree in Community Care and Pastoral Counseling at Liberty University.
Glenn served our country as a Staff Sergeant in the United States Air Force and after eight years was honorably discharged. He has over ten years’ law enforcement experience, 13 years privatize extradition service and five years of service with Vanderbilt University Police Department. Today, Glenn works at Vanderbilt Psychiatric Hospital as a Behavior Health Specialist.
Glenn is married to his loving wife, Sabrina, and calls her, a woman with a true servant’s heart. Glenn is a caring father, grandfather, son, and brother. He and Sabrina beside being founders of House of Healing Ministries are proud owners of Evans’ Catering Service. Glenn is also a published author. The title of his book is ‘What Would Love Do?’.