Pastor, community advocate, humanitarian, lecturer, singer and preacher, Rev. WC Honeycutt is God's visionary for Ebenezer Baptist Church, located in Seneca, South Carolina. Serving as pastor since 2005, his consistent obedience to God is taking the Ebenezer congregation from glory to glory.
Throughout the community Pastor Honeycutt is quickly being revered as a trailblazer with cutting edge methods who challenge the Body of Christ to shake off complacency and live as God intended, fruitful and effective in the spirit of excellence. He has a clear sense of purpose and is willing to stand in the face of adversity. Currently, he serves as a Campus Minister for Clemson University, Spiritual Advisor for the Clemson University Gospel Choir and is a member of the Baptist Ministers Fellowship of Greenville and vicinity. Pastor Honeycutt continues his tireless work in the Christian community as Vice Moderator of Union # 2 of the Seneca River Association, and is also Treasurer of the South Carolina Progressive Fellowship. Educationally, Pastor Honeycutt has earned a Bachelor's degree in Biblical Studies from the North Carolina College of Theology.
Staying focused on his mission, Pastor Honeycutt profoundly lives by and proclaims the words of Luke, "The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, for he hath anointed me to preach the gospel…” St. Luke 4:18 A very outspoken and articulate man of God, the most important thing to this great man of God, is how many souls he saves and how he has impacted the world in winning souls for Christ by evangelizing and steering the lost sheep into the fold of Jesus Christ. In his own words, “My goal is to do the work of the ministry and teach others to know Jesus Christ, grow strong in His Word, find their spiritual gifts, and help equip them to serve the Lord, so we can minister to others in the unity of Christ. With the love of God and a spirit of servitude, my aim is to empower the people of God to follow the call placed on them.” This prophet-preacher is “…committed to making the wounded whole!”