Campus Pastors Billy and Shelisa Hull

Billy and Shelisa Hull are called as a powerful prophetic voice to this generation. They minister with a passion to see people whole, delivered, set free and full of joy. They believe that everything needed to experience the supernatural life is already inside of us. Together it is their desire to teach people how to tap into their potential by revealing the KEYS found in the Word of God that will help them unlock the secrets to fulfillment and success in marriage, family, business and life.
Billy and Shelisa for the last 25 years have been full-time ministers and also both work full time in the marketplace. This has allowed them to have a direct relationship with and understanding of today’s modern families and all the demands of everyday life. They attended Southwestern Christian University and Destiny Bible College, respectively. Billy and Shelisa have both held leadership positions in, and are Ordained Ministers of the International Pentecostal Holiness Church.
They are both fourth generation ministers and have an amazing spiritual heritage. Billy’s heritage began with his great grandparents and continues today with his parents, Terry and Rebecka Hull who Pastor the Church of God of High Springs. Shelisa’s grandparents traveled the world as national evangelists and her parent’s, Ray and Peggy Willis, are now the Bishops of the SonShine Conference of the IPHC. Billy and Shelisa have also been mentored by their spiritual parents, Bishops Tony and Kathy Miller of The Gate Church in Oklahoma City.
Partnering with Pastors Dave and Jennifer Ragan, who founded Destiny People Worship Center (DPWC), Billy and Shelisa have now taken the reigns as Campus Pastors at DPWC of Macclenny. They are committed to building up a team of Kingdom ambassadors who will join them in tearing down the walls of racism, poverty, religion and tradition in this region. Billy and Shelisa want to invite you to join them in this mission to radically advance the Kingdom and make an impact on this generation.