Pastor Barry is married to Angie Pelphrey. Their family includes Kayla Hill, her husband John, and their son Eli Nolan, as well as Tori and Aleah Pelphrey. Pastor Barry has been in the ministry since 1996, when he began as an evangelist and eventually began pastoring in 2004. In 2007, he become the pastor and one of the founders of New Beginnings Outreach Ministries. He is the author of the "Pure Gold" a devotion dedicated to restoration of life.
New Beginnings Outreach MinistriesADD YOUR REVIEW
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New Beginnings Outreach Ministries’ Freedom Hall Recovery Center provides residential substance abuse treatment for chemically dependent men and women struggling with addiction. Many individuals seeking treatment with New Beginnings Outreach Ministries are homeless upon admission. Freedom Hall Recovery Center is a faith-based Christian treatment facility. Daily bible study and church attendance are mandatory for all residents.
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Pastor Barry - Pastor
Andy Day - Associate Pastor
Andy Day is our Associate Pastor, and began his journey with Christ when he was saved on February 16, 1999, at Millers Run Evangelical Community Church. While there, he taught Sunday school for six years and was called to preach on November 25, 2007. On December 13, 2007, he preached with us and joined us full-time in February of 2008. He lives in Lucasville, Ohio, with his wife Krista and their daughter Bailee. He also works as a locomotive engineer with Norfolk Southern.
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