Junior Hill Ministries

Junior Hill Biographical Sketch

Junior Hill began his ministry at age nineteen and served as a pastor for eleven years in Alabama and Mississippi before entering vocational evangelism in 1967 as a full- time Southern Baptist evangelist.                      

A native of Hartselle, Alabama, he received his BS degree from Samford University, Birmingham, Alabama and his Master of Divinity from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, New Orleans, Louisiana.  He received the Doctor of Divinity degree from Liberty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. He has also been awarded a Doctor of Divinity degree from Covington Seminary in Ft. Oglethorpe, GA.

He has served as First Vice-President of the Southern Baptist Convention, and in 1995 was recognized as the Distinguished Alumnus Of The Year by New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.

He has conducted over 1700 revivals and numerous foreign crusades.  In addition he is a frequent speaker at pastors’ meetings, evangelism conferences, seminaries and state conventions across the country. 

He is the author of the following books:

  • "The Tragedy Of Not Knowing"
  • "Joy In The Morning"
  • "Why Do Christians Doubt?"
  • "Lord, Why Don't You Answer My Prayers?"
  • "Yesterday's Heartaches"
  • "God's Cure For A Broken Heart"
  • "Just When I Need Him Most"
  • "The Shadow Of His Hand"
  • "Out Of Season"
  • "The Refreshers"
  • "Words Of Encouragement"
  • "Romantic Rubies And Baby Biscuits"
  • "They Call Him Junior - The Autobiography of Junior Hill
  • "Words of Cheer"
  • "Big Shots and Little Squirts"
  • "Don't Cut Your Throat"
  • "The Ministry Of Thorns"
He and his wife, Carole, are the parents of two children, Mark and Melanie, and the grandparents of five grandchildren.