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Juanita Bynum (born January 16, 1959) is an American Pentecostal televangelist, author, actress and gospel singer.

Juanita Bynum
Born Juanita Bynum
January 16, 1959 (1959-01-16) (age 51)
Chicago USA
Pen name Juanita Bynum
Occupation Author, televangelist, gospel singer
Spouse(s) Thomas Wesley Weeks III (2002-2008)
Official website

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Early life

Juanita Bynum is one of 5 children, from the marriage of Elder Thomas Bynum Sr. and Katherine Bynum. She grew up in Chicago, and receive a starring role in Perry Middle School's annual play, My Fair Lady. Bynum attended Saints' Academy Church of God in Christ (COGIC) High School (a boarding school) in Lexington, Mississippi.[1] Bynum was raised as an attendee at St. Luke Church of God in Christ in Chicago, a Pentecostal church.

Personal life

After Bynum graduated from high school, she started preaching in nearby churches and at revivals. Gaining some notoriety at this point, she began a series of what she calls "Lessons in Submission".[1]

In 1996 Bishop T.D. Jakes invited Bynum to attend one of his singles' conferences, where she rose from attendee to speaker in 2 years. In 1997, she released her No More Sheets video and audiotape series about her change of lifestyle out of sexual promiscuity. In July of 1999, Bynum re-preached "No More Sheets" at Jakes' 52,000 attendee Woman, Thou Art Loosed! Conference in Atlanta. She began appearing regularly on the Trinity Broadcasting Network as an anointed prophetess.

In 2000, Bynum taught a class on the subjects of character, submission and time management at Greater Bethel Ministries in Hempstead, New York, attended by a class of approximately 70 women. While teaching, her Women's Weapons of Power Conference was organized. The Weapons of Power conference was held annually through 2006.

Marriage

Bynum was first married in the early 1980s, but the marriage ended in divorce. In 2007, Bynum claimed that she suffered domestic abuse in that marriage, but that she had "made a vow that I would not talk about that situation because it was over 20 years ago."[2]

Bynum married Thomas Wesley Weeks, III in 2002.[3]

Early on August 22, 2007, Bynum was allegedly beaten by her husband, who eventually pled guilty to aggravated assault charges. Weeks was given 3 years probation, 200 hours of non-church related community service, and ordered to attend anger management counseling.[3] In June 2008 Bynum and Weeks were divorced.[4]

Discography

Pour My love on You (2009), A piece of my Passion (2005), Behind the Veil, Morning Glory

References

External links


Juanita Bynum (born January 16, 1959) is an American Pentecostal televangelist, author, actress and gospel singer.

Juanita Bynum
Born Juanita Bynum
January 16, 1959 (1959-01-16) (age 52)
Chicago USA
Pen name Juanita Bynum
Occupation Author, televangelist, gospel singer
Spouse(s) Thomas Wesley Weeks III (2002-2008)

www.juanitabynum.com

Contents

Early life

Juanita Bynum is one of 5 children, from the marriage of Elder Thomas Bynum Sr. and Katherine Bynum. She grew up in Chicago, and receive a starring role in Perry Middle School's annual play, My Fair Lady. Bynum attended Saints' Academy Church of God in Christ (COGIC) High School (a boarding school) in Lexington, Mississippi.[1] Bynum was raised as an attendee at St. Luke Church of God in Christ in Chicago, a Pentecostal church.

Personal life

After Bynum graduated from high school, she started preaching in nearby churches and at revivals. Gaining some notoriety at this point, she began a series of what she calls "Lessons in Submission".[1]

In 1996 Bishop T.D. Jakes invited Bynum to attend one of his singles' conferences, where she rose from attendee to speaker in 2 years. In 1997, she released her No More Sheets video and audiotape series about her change of lifestyle out of sexual promiscuity. In July 1999, Bynum re-preached "No More Sheets" at Jakes' 52,000 attendee Woman, Thou Art Loosed! Conference in Atlanta. She began appearing regularly on the Trinity Broadcasting Network as an anointed prophetess.

In 2000, Bynum taught a class on the subjects of character, submission and time management at Greater Bethel Ministries in Hempstead, New York, attended by a class of approximately 70 women. While teaching, her Women's Weapons of Power Conference was organized. The Weapons of Power conference was held annually through 2006.

Marriage

Bynum was first married in the early 1980s, but the marriage ended in divorce. In 2007, Bynum claimed that she suffered domestic abuse in that marriage, but that she had "made a vow that I would not talk about that situation because it was over 20 years ago."[2]

Bynum married Thomas Wesley Weeks, III in 2002.[3]

Early on August 22, 2007, Bynum was beaten by her husband, who eventually pled guilty to aggravated assault charges. Weeks was given 3 years probation, 200 hours of non-church related community service, and ordered to attend anger management counseling.[3] In June 2008 Bynum and Weeks were divorced.[4]

Discography

  • Morning Glory (Shekinah, 1999)
  • Morning Glory, Volume 2: Behind The Veil (Shekinah, 2000)
  • A Piece of My Passion (Flow, 2005)
  • Gospel Goes Classical (featuring Jonathan Butler) (Flow, 2006)
  • Christmas at Home with Juanita (Flow, 2006)
  • Pour My Love On You (Flow, 2008)
  • More Passion (Flow, 2010)
  • The Diary of Juanita Bynum (Son Flower / Spirit Rising / Music World Entertainment, 2010)

References

External links








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