Biography of Bishop Veranica Word Haynes

 

Bishop Veranica Word Haynes was born in Columbus, Georgia. She is the daughter of the late Henry Clinton Word and the late Carrie Word Nelms, she is also the step daughter of Phillip Nelms.

Bishop Haynes was educated in the Muscogee County School system and afterward attended Meadows College. After that she attended Frontline Ministries International and graduated. She is certified, licensed, and ordained in Basic Theology, Practical Ministry, Church Government, Kingdom Leadership, and Applied Ministry. She is a current student of Liberty University and will be graduating with her Bachelor’s Degree in The Science of Theology after that she will continue her education with a Doctoral Degree in Theology.

She heard and accepted the call from heaven into Evangelism. September 23, 2001 she was licensed and after 6 months of careful consideration, she was ordained at New Revival Christian Center Church under the leadership of Pastor James R Herring.

Bishop Haynes is very gifted in many areas of the Kingdom. She is a writer and director of many Gospel plays in the Columbus area. She is the founder and dance choreographer of the powerful dance ministry “The Chosen Ones”, as well as the founder of the anointed singing group “Royalty”. She has truly allowed the Lord to work through her in many capacities of the Ministry and that is only the beginning. To God be the Glory.

Bishop Haynes has let her light shine in many Voluntary Community Projects. She has worked with many youth organizations around the Columbus area. She devoted herself to the young people by coaching basketball and cheer leading. She has allowed God to shine through her by organizing a neighborhood Unity Organization. This organization brings neighborhoods together for a “Unity in the Community” block party.

She has received many commendations, honors, awards, and certificates, but none of them can compare to the reward that awaits her from “The Father” when he says “Servant of god, well done”.

The Spirit of God spoke again in 2007 and Evangelist Haynes became the Founder and Pastor of VW Haynes Ministries and Kingdom Faith Outreach Ministries where “It is all about the Kingdom” in the Columbus, Ga and Phenix City, Al area. Her husband Willie Haynes, a very devoted and humble Man of Valor presides as the Overseer of this powerful, apostolic, prophetic, revelatory, life changing, five-folded, non- traditional, 21st Century, bible believing, Word teaching global ministry.

People would soon know of this prophetic Woman of God whose charge was not only to impact a generation but a nation as Ghana Africa called upon her for Revival Signs, miracles, and wonders. She is known as a Mother in Zion and carries the name “Mommy Veranica.” She has traveled to Montego Bay, Jamaica to do mission work which is her passion in ministry. She continuities to do “the work” both near and far.

Heaven smiled as the next assignment came. The one that was faithful of a few now became a ruler of many. In 2009 Bishop Haynes was elevated. In June 2010 Bishop Haynes calling was affirmed at an affirmation service. In 2011 Bishop Haynes was consecrated Bishop by Apostle Melvin C. Cartwright and Apostle Joshua W. Stewart. She is the presiding prelate of Word Became Flesh Worldwide Covenant Partners where she provides apostolic covering, membership, partnership, fellowship, divine importations and teachings. Word Became Flesh is the manifestations of what is and what is to come. In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. (John 1:1) The word became Flesh and made His dwelling among us. 1 John 1:14

Bishop Veranica Word Haynes is the proud mother of 10 children and 22 grandchildren. Her children will rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her. Many daughter have done virtuously, but thou excellest them all. Favor is deceitful, and beauty is vain, but a woman who feareth the Lord, she shall be praised. Giver her the fruit of her hands and let her own works praise her in the gates. Proverbs 31: 28-30