Apostle T.J. Reese is a native of Paris, Texas. A proud alumnus of Texas A&M University – Commerce, Apostle Reese earned a Bachelors of Science in Biology and Chemistry, followed by a Masters degree in Business Administration. He is the faithful and supportive covering of our First Lady Georgia C. Reese, and the father of Andre and Tiffany. Following the Lords’ leading, Apostle Reese was ordained by the Word of Faith Ministries and the Southern Baptist Association; and in 1983, founded New Creations World Outreach (later reorganized as New Creations Ministries). August 2001 marked a new era in Apostle Reese’s life, as the higher calling of the Lord was accepted by His servant to Apostleship. Apostle Reese’s strong leadership through word and deed has served to govern and guide New Creations Church in the ways of righteousness. His obedience to teach the uncompromising Word of God has resulted in life changing ministry to individuals and families alike. May the Lord provide blessing and provision, and bring to completion the work to which Apostle Reese has been called.
Pastor Georgia Reese
Pastor Georgia C. Reese is a native of Paris, Texas. She received her Masters of Business Education from Texas A&M University in Commerce, Texas. She is the faithful helpmeet of Apostle T.J. Reese, Senior Pastor of New Creations Church, and the proud mother of two children – Andre and Tiffany. Pastor Georgia Reese currently serves New Creations Church as the Administrative Pastor. She has been recognized repeatedly for her organizational skills and commitment to excellence. Having many admirable qualities, Pastor Reese possesses inner and outer beauty that is well-loved by many, and that many desire to imitate. Pastor Georgia Reese exemplifies womanhood and models for us all that a godly woman should be. She is truly a Proverbs 31 woman. “She is clothed with strength and dignity. She speaks with wisdom andfaithful instruction is on her tongue. She watches over the affairs of herhousehold and does not eat the bread of idleness. Give her the reward she has earned and let her works bring her praise.” – Proverbs 31:25 – 31