Thomas D. Mullins, D. Min., Ph.D.
Founding Board Member
Founding Pastor of Christ Fellowship Church
Tom Mullins is the founding pastor of Christ Fellowship Church. Christ Fellowship is a multi‐site church of 30,000 people meeting on 15 campuses around South Florida and 100,000 online around the world each week.
Before founding Christ Fellowship, he was a successful football coach at both the high school and collegiate levels. Tom and his wife Donna are the founders of Place of Hope, a residential community of homes for neglected and abused children, in Palm Beach County, Florida, named by Charity Navigator as #1 in the nation for Youth Development, Shelter and Crisis Services for three consecutive years.
Tom is the former president of EQUIP, John Maxwell’s organization that supports national and international leaders in creating a transformation movement within their own nation. He serves on their board and continues to travel and speak on their behalf, diligently working to raise up Christian leaders around the world. Tom also serves on the Advisory Board of Global Teen Challenge, a non‐profit organization with a mission to help people in every nation find freedom from life‐controlling addictions.
Tom received his undergraduate and master’s degrees from Georgetown College, his Doctorate of Ministry from Liberty University, and his PhD in Organizational Leadership from Southeastern University. He has written four books including, The Leadership Game, The Confidence Factor, The Everyday Devotional through the New Testament, and Passing the Leadership Baton. He is passionate about using his influence to be a life coach and an encouragement to others.
Tom resides in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with his wife of 57 years, Donna, and their family, daughter, Noelle, son, Todd and his wife Julie, and grandson, Jefferson.