Born and raised in NJ to immigrant parents from Cuba, Pastor Rick grew up in a loving Christian home. Like many teenagers he rebelled early in life and expirenced many dark days. He over came addiction through the power of the blood of Jesus. He is now in a faithful and loving relation with his wife China (cheena) and share five children.
Pastor Rick is ordained by CMI (Covenant Ministries International) Sayreville NJ under Pastor's David & Diane Demola. He also is a member of Covenant Faith Ministries under Rev. Jim Miley. He attended Advanced Christian Training School at Faith fellowship World Outreach Center and has a bachelor’s in biblical studies. Pastor Rick's desire is to plant churches in the U.S. as well as around the world.
Among his influences are His Dad Juan Pulido Sr, Mom Fe Pulido, Dr. James Miley, Pastor David T. Demola, Dr. Richard Tedesco, Dr. Michael Landsman, Pastor Raul Cordero, and many more who helped to shape his life and ministry.
Just Praise HIM
held it's first service on Wedensday September 4, 1994 at the Donegal Grange hall in Donegal, Pennsylvania as Family Fellowship Christian Center. Pastor Rick Pulido moved from NJ with a vision to start an "on fire for God" church. The first service was only attended by 4 people but within a few weeks the church began to grow as the Spirit of God moved. As the congregation grew they began to do more outreach in the local area. Hosting the first ever FFCC "Texas Barbque" with special guests Laverne Trip & Cowboys for Christ. Soon there after FFCC joined with the other local church to bring about a special Campmeeting with speakers like Mylon Levre, Charles Nieman, Chris Truit, and special music by Chiz Rider. Since then JPH has hosted several concerts and special guest speakers to promote the Good News of JESUS CHRIST.
JPH has hosted Hoedown For The Hungry, The Children's Community Outreach, The Stephen's Project, and other programs that have blessed the people in our community. Our motto is simple. like Abraham we are blessed to be a blessing. BBBB is the tag you see on many of JPH's members text messages and email.