Pastor Malone's Bio
Pastor Julius Rivers Malone is the Senior Pastor of New Testament Church of Milwaukee, a non-denominational Christian Fellowship Church that started with eleven people in November, 1980.
Pastor Malone was raised in Memphis, Tennessee and was converted to Jesus Christ August, 1958 at the Oakville Baptist Church in Memphis, where he also became licensed to preach the Gospel on August 30, 1959. He and his wife Ann moved to Milwaukee, Wisconsin in February 1960.
Julius R. Malone was publicly ordained to the work of the Gospel Ministry on September, 20 1963 at the New Hope Baptist Church of Milwaukee, under the leadership of the late Pastor Raymond L. Lathan. Malone served there for several years as the Youth Pastor.
Pastor Julius R. Malone received his High School Diploma from the Milwaukee Adult High School; an Associate Degree in General Education from the Milwaukee Area Technical College; a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee; and a Master of Science Degree in Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Prior to becoming a full-time pastor, Julius R. Malone served as Assistant Pastor at Mount Moriah Baptist Church for two and one-half years; an instructor at the Milwaukee Theological Institute for two years; a Part-time Psychotherapist at the New Concept Self-Development Social Center for two years; a Child Protective Services Social Worker at the Milwaukee County Department of Social Services for six and one-half years.
Pastor Malone has toured the Holy Land (Israel) several times and has toured the Missionary Journeys of Paul twice. He also served for several years during the 1980s as Chaplin for the Milwaukee Bucks Basketball Team. He is author of the booklet “Some Reasons God Permits Evil” and the book “Going Through the Storms of Life.” Pastor Malone can be heard on Radio Station JOY 1340, WJYI-AM and JOY 98.7 FM Monday through Friday at 1:15 P.M.
Pastor Malone is married to Ann, the father of four adult children - two sons and two daughters, has seven grandchildren, and ten great-grandchildren. First lady Ann L. Malone went home to be with the Lord on February 15, 2020.