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Meet Our Pastor

Pastor Edward J. Barnes was born in Arkansas and later relocated to Hawthorn, California with his job  as a journeyman lineman where he worked for 28 yrs with Edison International.  Elder Barnes was saved and filled with the Holy Ghost in 1975.

Pastor Barnes was given a vision about the name Healing Faith.  Shortly after moving to Texas Pastor Barnes served as Assistant Pastor to Pastor Myrtle Coleman Williams of Rehoboth Tabernacle Apostolic Church in South Dallas.  He served with her until her departure in 2004 and this is where the vision was made manifest and Pastor Edward J Barnes founded the Healing Faith Apostolic Church ("HFAC").

Pastor Barnes began his ministry and suffered many hard times and tragedies in the ministry people came and people left but he continued to do the work of the Lord.  Then life took a turn but by the grace and mercy of the Lord he was able to continue in the ministry.  

Pastor Edward J. Barnes has put both feet forward to carry on the work of the ministry and the vision God ordained in south Dallas.  

Pastor Barnes is licensed and certified as a Recovery Support Specialist, International Peer Recovery Support Specialist and Certified DWI Intervention Instructor.  He also holds a Masters Degree in Christian Counseling

Pastor Barnes is married to a well groomed, well rounded, elegant woman of God, Sis Pamela Barnes.  She has been saved and filled with the Holy Ghost at First Apostolic Assembly where she has been blessed to sit under the wise counsel of Bishop Nathaniel Hinton, who she admires and love as her own father.  She has become the woman she is today because of his leadership and care that he has for God’s people. Sis Barnes has only 1 child and she enjoys reading/studying the Word of God and travelling.  One of her favorite scriptures is Psalm 27:1 - The Lord is my Light and my Salvation—whom shall I fear or dread? The Lord is the Refuge and Stronghold of my life—of whom shall I be afraid?  

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