Justin Bell

Missionary Evangelist

Justin Bell is a national speaker, bible teacher, and worship leader with a passion to lead people into deeper delight through rich relationship with God. He has served in ministry for over 10 years and has been in pastoral ministry since June 2012. 

An effective communicator of God’s Word, Justin is widely known for his prophetic gifting and revelatory teaching style, which helps people apply the living scriptures to their lives and ultimately, walk in the fullness of the Kingdom of God. He has dedicated his life to equipping the Body of Christ in prayer, healing, and deliverance and is passionate about bringing people into the reality of true worship.

 A native of Dallas, TX, he served in the US Navy for four years as an Aviation Electrician in Norfolk, Virginia. He studied at Christ For the Nations Institute and Southwestern Assemblies of God University, from which he earned his Practical and Bachelors Degree in Church Ministries with a minor in Biblical Studies.

After graduating, Justin served as an educator and director of All Nations International School in Jeonju, South Korea. Additionally, Justin served the foreign community in South Korea by planting a church, connecting believer’s passion and purpose for the glory of God. He has traveled to over 19 nations sharing the eternal message of Jesus Christ and preached in churches, jails, and schools.

Justin is currently serving as the Ministries Director at Joy Church in Sunnyvale, TX. He has been featured in the Pentecostal Evangel Magazine; a national circulation of the Assemblies of God sharing testimonies of what God has done through his life and ministry. He is also the founder of Greater Glory World Ministries an international prayer ministry located in Dallas, TX serving in a local community called Bishop Arts.

Justin enjoys playing soccer, music, and learning languages. He is currently studying Portuguese and writing his first book. He is a lover of family and has two sisters, one brother, three nieces and two nephews.