Minister Rayna K. Hendricks is a passionate preacher, teacher, and workshop leader who desires to see people saved, delivered, and operating in their God-given callings. She is the daughter of Pastor and Mrs. Milton and Estelle Hendricks. She is a graduate of Holy Spirit High School in Absecon, NJ. Minister Hendricks received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from Hampton University and her Master’s Degree in Educational Supervision and Administration from Cheyney University of Pennsylvania.  Currently, she is enrolled in the Bethany Baptist Association School of Biblical Studies.

Minister Hendricks began her career in education with the Newport News Public School System in 2000. Upon returning to New Jersey, she began her career with the Pleasantville Public School District as an English Language Arts Teacher. She has also served as K-12 Supervisor for English Language Arts & Social Studies and Assistant Principal. Currently, Minister Hendricks works as Principal at The Middle School of Pleasantville. She is the President of the Atlantic-Cape Principals’ & Supervisors Association, and a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

Min. Hendricks grew up in Faith Baptist Church under the pastorate of her father, where she received her spiritual upbringing and foundation. In 2004 she acknowledged the call of God upon her life. In October of 2004 she preached her initial sermon, entitled “Deliverance is a Decision,” and was licensed to preach the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ at Faith Baptist Church in Pleasantville. Min. Hendricks strongly believes in ministry to the whole person and serves as a mentor to young girls in an effort to steer them in the direction of Christ.

Minister Hendricks currently serves as an Associate Minister of Faith Baptist Church in Pleasantville, NJ. Here she serves in many other capacities: Director of Christian Education, Coordinator for Chosen Vessels Young Adult Choir, and is a member of the Milton L. Hendricks Scholarship Ministry.

Minister Hendricks considers it an awesome privilege to declare the promises of God. She loves the Lord and is not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for she knows that it is the power of God unto salvation to everyone who believes, Romans 1:16.