DEPARTMENT of EVANGELISM
PASTOR EDWARD TAYLOR
Pastor Edward Taylor was born and reared in Jackson, MS. After the Lord delivered him from drug addiction, Pastor Edward Taylor began running for the Lord like never before.
After accepting his call to the ministry in 1993, he was licensed as a minister in 1997 and ordained as Elder in 2006 in the Church of God in Christ. After evangelizing for 10 years, he was called to pastorialship in August 2011. He now serves as the Founder and Pastor of the El Shaddai Temple Church of God in Christ in Dallas, Texas.
Pastor Edward Taylor has served as Sunday School Superintendent, YPWW President and currently serves as the District Treasurer for the Elijah Kelley Sr Memorial District, National Adjutant, Special Assistant and Team East Leader for the Texas Northeast #4 Jurisdictional Evangelistic Department under the leadership of Bishop Nathiel Wells, Jurisdictional Prelate.
Pastor Edward Taylor is also a dedicated husband and father. He and Elect Lady Tangela Taylor have been married for 12 years and have 5 lovely children. Pastor Edward Taylor is rich in wisdom and seasoned in the Holy Ghost. Because he’s passionate about soul winning, he ignites the atmosphere with a prophetic word and delivers what “thus saith the Lord” even when it’s not popular. He is also well known for his Annual Tent Revivals. Most of all, Pastor Edward Taylor still has a zeal for God’s work and is excited about what God is doing in his life. The future looks bright as he continues to ”Walk by Faith, not by Sight”!
Evangelist Betty Green
Betty Joyce Greene is a third generation member of the Church of God in Christ. She is the daughter of the late Superintendent Emuel Robert Glenn Sr. and Mrs. Dixie Jewel Glenn. Evangelist Greene is a mother of three daughters, six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Evangelist Greene was baptized and is a product of the Wayside Church of God in Christ, under the leadership of Bishop R.E. Ranger, former prelate of Texas Southeast Jurisdiction. She received salvation under the leadership of her father, Superintendent Emuel R. Glenn Sr., at the St. Paul Church of God in Christ. She was educated in the public schools of Fort Worth as a graduate of Como Senior High School in the Lake Como area.