Johnetta Renee Baymon was born the third child of the late Bishop JP Morgan of Dumas Arkansas and the late Zelda Bernice Crater of Pine Bluff Arkansas on January 11, 1960. In October 1983, Johnetta married Mark Anthony Baymon. In September of 1994, Johnetta and her husband, Pastor Mark Baymon, founded the Deliverance Center Ministries in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.
In 1998, God gave her the vision to establish the Royal Heritage Women's Institute, which is a foundation dedicated to the practical and spiritual education of women. She stresses the importance of women understanding their Queenship in the body of Christ.
In 2006, she founded Heart to Heart Women's Fellowship, which is a faith based community organization geared towards equipping women with the resources to complete their ultimate God given purpose. Already serving as a licensed Missionary in the C.O.G.I.C., she was installed as Co-pastor of Deliverance Center C.O.G.I.C. in March of 1999.
She has served as District Missionary of the Latter Rain N.E. District under Superintendent Hubert L. Powell for Connecticut Second Jurisdiction, and she is currently the District Missionary of the Holy Faith District of the Massachusetts First Jurisdiction of the churches of God in Christ as well as Chairperson of the District Missionary Unit.
She co-founded the Faith Based Health Alliance, a coalition which helps churches to create and sustain health ministries. She is the 2009 recipient of 2 National Founders Affiliate Awards from the American Heart & Stroke Association. She co-founded and coordinated for several years the Springfield Food Policy Obesity Conference, the first Obesity Conference in Western Massachusetts.
She was the 2012 recipient of the Directors Award from the Springfield Department of Health and Human Services. She is a bona fide 3rd generation PK (preacher's kid) and she has been in the ministry for over 24 years. Her unique presentation of the Gospel has enabled her to minister to many denominations and organizations. She has been sought after as a, teacher, leader, and counselor.
The Baymons head a community-oriented ministry with a heart for the fallen. They are blazing new trails, endeavoring to enlarge ministry facilities which would adequately accommodate their God-given vision: to minister to the spiritual and physical needs of people throughout the city of Springfield and its surrounding areas.
The Baymons are the proud parents of Aaron Jason Baymon, Mark Anthony Baymon Jr., and Christopher Ryan Baymon, Bria T. Jones, and Brandon Chauncey Grady. They have 3 Daughter in-laws Chrystel, Jennifer, Neesie and one son in law Vernon. The B are also the proud grandparents of 19 amazing grand-children.