Hungry Hearts Ministries

A Ministry of Spirit & Truth

Meet Our Speakers

Elder Bill Shults was saved in 1986 in the World Wide Church of God. The Truth of God was taught there including the return to the Torah of God. In many ways the old World Wide Church of God sparked a revolution back to the Christianity of the Bible. The World Wide Church of God also taught the missing keys to understand end-time prophetic events. Later, he helped to start the Jackson Congregation of the United Church of God. On the Day of Atonement in 1996, Bill was ordained a Deacon in the United Church of God. He went independent in 2001 and started the Fifth Sabbath in West Tennessee, an outreach of the various Sabbath observant groups. In 2002 he was ordained an Elder and as a result of that ordination, he started Hungry Hearts Ministries (HHM) to promote Torah observance and Holy Spirit Baptism. He directs Hungry Hearts Ministries with seven churches in the USA, HHM Pursuit Magazine, HHM Feast of Tabernacles and Passover Celebrations, and Missions Overseas. He has written eleven books on how to have a closer walk with Jesus Christ. Books that will help every Believer to a more rewarding life as a Christian. 

 
Kelly McDonald Jr. is an ordained Evangelist at Hungry Hearts Ministries. He is also currently serving as the Bible Sabbath Association President and he writes for the international Sabbatarian magazine, The Sabbath Sentinel. He also writes and serves as the editor for the Hungry Hearts Ministry magazine, Pursuit Magazine. Kelly graduated summa cum laude from Lambuth University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science with a double major in Political Science and Sociology with a minor in Legal Studies. Kelly has been preaching since 2007 and is available to speak at your church upon request.
 
 
 
Joseph Perry is an ordained Elder with Hungry Hearts Ministries. He was born and raised in Connecticut. He has a BA in history from John Carroll University and an MA in American History from Louisiana State University. He has been a member of the Murfreesboro congregation of Hungry Hearts since 2011 where he currently serves and his lovable personality shines like a beacon.