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Minister Jameela Bynum

Minister Jameela Bynum was licensed by Bishop Dr. Keith Reed, Sr. in 2006, and served in the capacity of
an Associate Minister under his leadership at Sharon Baptist Church for many years. She later served in
ministry under her son, Pastor Rashid Goins of the Victory Baptist Church.

Minister Jameela Bynum

Minister Jameela Bynum was licensed by Bishop Dr. Keith Reed, Sr. in 2006, and served in the capacity of
an Associate Minister under his leadership at Sharon Baptist Church for many years. She later served in
ministry under her son, Pastor Rashid Goins of the Victory Baptist Church.
Her Christian education and training includes the Bethlehem School of the Bible, Beulah Baptist
Missionary Training School, Dr. Dobson’s Coral Ridge Evangelism Explosion Course, Biblical Studies at
Palmer Theological Seminary and she earned Certification as a Biblical Counselor through Christian
Research & Development.
Minister Bynum has served in numerous positions in the church including, the leadership team for the
Women's Ministries, Director of Discipleship Academy, Lead teacher for Women's Sunday School and
Co-director of Christian Education. She also served alongside her late husband, Deacon LeRoy Bynum,
whom God called home in the year 2000, to establish the Lifestyle Stewardship Campaign more
commonly known today as First Fruits Sunday. This endeavor culminated in the beautiful building, called
the Sharon Baptist Church, which stands today.
She earned a Diploma as a Professional Registered Nurse from the Einstein School of Nursing, while
working fulltime as a nurse, raising her 5 sons and tending to a sick husband. She attended evening
classes part-time for over 9 years to earn her Bachelor/Master's degree in Nursing from LaSalle
University. She continued this labor of lover for 33 years, retiring in 2014.
Minister Bynum is the grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of 3.
Her life verse can be found in the Book of James 1:2-4
“My brethren, count it all joy when you fall into trials of various kinds; knowing that the testing
of your faith produces patience. But let patience have its perfect work, that you may be perfect and
complete, lacking nothing.”

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