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Juanita Bynum (born January 16, 1959) is an American Pentecostal televangelist, author, actress and gospel singer.

Juanita Bynum is one of 5 children, from the marriage of Elder Thomas Bynum Sr. and Katherine Bynum. As a child growing up in Chicago, Bynum spent her early days jumping rope and playing hopscotch with other neighborhood children. Her daring confidence and charismatic personality landed her a starring role in Perry Middle School's annual play, My Fair Lady. She received rousing ovations and rave reviews for her performance while attracting attention from talent scouts. Bynum attended Saints' Academy Church of God in Christ (COGIC) High School (a boarding school) in Lexington, Mississippi. Bynum was raised as an attendee at St. Luke Church of God in Christ in Chicago, a Pentecostal church.

After Bynum graduated from high school, she started preaching in nearby churches and at revivals. Gaining some notoriety at this point, she began a series of what she calls "Lessons in Submission" ".

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