Meet the First Lady of NFTC
First Lady Joyce Lunford Floyd was born on July 28, 1956 in Freeport, Texas. She grew up in Clute, Texas where she attended public school and graduated from Brazoswood High School in 1974. After graduating from high school, she completed occupational studies at Brazosport College and began her work career. She worked for number of years within human resources serving significantly as a human resources supervisor. She then transitioned into office management where she served a number of years as a Document Control Coordinator.
First Lady Joyce Floyd grew up in True Honor Baptist Church in Clute, Texas where she was baptized at an early age. As an adult she united with Rehoboth Restored Ministries under the leadership of Pastor Bishop A. D. Simon. At Rehoboth Restored Ministries First Lady Joyce Floyd performed numerous ministry responsibilities. She served faithfully as Financial Secretary, as a member of the Usher Board, as an Outreach Ministry Leader, and as a member of the Praise Team and choir. She was widely known for her beautiful singing unto our Heavenly Father and for her faithful service for the cause of Christ.
First Lady Joyce Lunford Floyd is a devoted wife and mother who fervently supports her husband, Pastor A. H. Floyd, who she married on May 12, 2018 under God’s gentle guidance. She participates faithfully and fervently in the total ministry work of the New Fellowship Tabernacle Church. At New Fellowship Tabernacle Church, she consistently performs various administrative and ministry functions. Significantly, she serves as Worship Leader in NFTC worship celebration. And as a strong Psalmist she brings joy to many as her angelic praises rise unto our God.
Pastor A. H. Floyd celebrates First Lady Joyce Floyd as a gift from God and is grateful for her presence in his life and work.
First Lady Joyce Floyd is the loving, devoted mother of three born daughters: Sherri, Latisha, and Matilda and two bonus daughters: Natasha and Andrea.
First Lady Joyce Lunford Floyd’s testimony is “to God be the glory!”