Bandy Assembly of God


Pastor Wayne Mullins


Pastor Everett Wayne & Brenda Mullins

Pastor Everett Wayne Mullins is the senior pastor of Bandy Assembly of God.  Pastor Wayne has been ministering for over 18 years now and has served as senior pastor of Stony Ridge Assembly of God (89-91), senior pastor of Highlight Assembly of God (91-93), associate pastor of Tazewell First Assembly of God (96-97), associate pastor of Baptist Valley Assembly of God (99-03), before taking his current position at Bandy AG in 2003.  

He was ordained by the Assemblies of God on April 29, 1998.

Pastor Wayne and his wife, Brenda, have been married for over 38 years and have three daughters and two sons-in-law - Nina and her husband Chris, Hope and her husband Adam, and Crystal.  He has also been blessed with a wonderful grandson - Matthew.

More Information

What is your favorite food?  Beef roast with potatoes & carrots

What is your favorite TV show?  The Andy Griffith Show

What is your favorite book (besides the Bible)?  Robinson Crusoe

What was your first job?  Mixing cement for my father

Who inspires you?  Family and friends

What makes you laugh?  God's many blessings

For fun I enjoy:  Being with friends

Favorite Bible verse or passage?  Philippians 4:13

What is one of your favorite characteristics of Christ?  Longsuffering


Articles & Resources for Church Workers

  • Starting a Greeter Program
    Four years ago I accepted the challenge of evangelism chairperson for our church. One of the first programs the pastor and I developed was the Sunday morning greeter program.
  • Motivating the Right Person into the Right Ministry
    One of the greatest challenges for most leaders is selecting and motivating the right people into the right ministry positions in hopes of minimizing turnover and frustration. Even in the smaller church with limited personnel, it is important to coordinate people and ministry as much as possible.
    “I tried, but no one ever called me” are painful words for a leader who has much work to do and not enough people willing to do it. These words are painful for the person who wanted to contribute, but was never called. These are also painful words for a person who is committed to helping people connect and contribute in meaningful ways within the church.