Speaker, Counselor and Co-founder New Beginnings Church in Matthews, NC
Rev. Dr. Twanna Henderson co-founded New Beginnings Church in Matthews, NC with her husband. She serves as the Executive Minister of Church Ministries. She is also the founder of I.M.P.A.C.T.T. Women’s Ministry which is a ministry for women committed to growing in Christ, and she is the Founder and Visionary for Out Of The Shadows which is a Breast Cancer Awareness Movement. As an ordained minister of the gospel, she has a passion to see the body of Christ, particularly women, walk in total freedom.
Dr. Henderson is a devoted wife, mother of a special needs son, a Bible teacher and anointed preacher. She has the spiritual gifts of Administration, Shepherding, and Teaching, and she is committed to excellence in all things. She is a workshop and retreat speaker, a certified Personal Growth Coach, and a Christian lay counselor. She also serves as the National Director of Bridge Network Women’s Ministry for Converge Worldwide, which serves over 1500 churches.
Dr. Henderson has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Juris Doctor Law Degree from North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC, she studied at Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary in the Master of Christian Leadership program, and she holds an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity from St. Thomas Christian University in Jacksonville, Florida. In addition, she is also a licensed Attorney who served thirteen years as a Civil Court Magistrate Judge for Mecklenburg County in Charlotte, NC. She is the owner of Twanna Henderson Ministries (www.TwannaHenderson.com) which provides virtual Master Class Coaching and Mentoring. In the fall of 2013, she published her first book, Dancing with the Scars.
Dr. Henderson is a voice that is being raised “for such a time as this.” She is motivated by Jeremiah 29:11 which states, “For I know the plans I have for you”, declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”