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Introducing our Pastor, Johnny C. White, Jr., DMin.

Pastor Johnny C. White Jr. is a powerful and dynamic “teacher preacher”. His focus is on allowing the Holy Spirit to lead in teaching the WORD of God from the pulpit and through Christian Education. He has a passion for winning souls for Christ through evangelism. His burning desire to help people who are in need in our community has been an innate characteristic.  This quality has led him to hold various positions in Milwaukee. He was appointed to the board for Milwaukee County Department on Aging in 2015.                                    

He has confessed Christ as his Lord and Savior in January 1982 while living in Orlando, Florida.  He began his pastorate at Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church on November 1, 2007 after serving as pastor for seven years at Beacon Hill Christian Evangelistic Church in Milwaukee and three years at United Faith Missionary Baptist Church in Racine, Wisconsin.  He was ordained at Greater Galilee Missionary Baptist Church in November 1991; also holds ordination papers from United Bible College and Seminary (1994).

His educational preparation for the ministry includes Bachelors in Theology and Master of Divinity from United Bible College and Seminary in Orlando, Florida.  In addition, he holds a Doctors of Ministry in Pastoral Ministry from St. Martin's Seminary in Milwaukee Wisconsin.  He is a graduate from Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) and spent over 25 years in Corporate America as a manufacturing engineer in Texas, Florida and Wisconsin.

Pastor White has taught Theology and Urban Leadership as professor at City College in Milwaukee.  He is the founding Executive Director and President of HeartLove Place ministries in Milwaukee, WI.  He also was on the advisory board and consulted for North Avenue Community Development Corporation in Milwaukee, a non-profit community and economic development organization.

He is married to Varnaree White and has three children, Naeemah Noni, Kikora Shani, John Rashad, and two grandsons.