Brother Rick Naylor was born on March 14, 1961 in Cincinnati, Ohio. In 1965, his father Charles W. Naylor and mother, Delores Meadows Naylor, moved the family back to Lincoln County, Kentucky. On May 18, 1978, Pastor Rick found the Lord as his personal savior kneeling at his bedside at his grandmother's home. In 1980, he accepted the call to the ministry of the gospel. In April of 1981, he met his future wife, Timsa Monday while attending a youth rally at Brush Creek Pentecostal Church in Liberty, Kentucky. They were married January 9, 1982. In May of 1984 Brother Rick began his first pastorate at his home church, the Waynesburg Pentecostal Church. During the ten years that Pastor Rick and Timsa was at Waynesburg, the Lord added to the church and to their family. In 1985, Joshua Naylor was born. Their second son, Benjamin Naylor, was born in 1991. In 1994, Pastor Rick felt that he had accomplished what the Lord had called him to do at Waynesburg Pentecostal Church. He fulfilled his elected term, and left the Waynesburg Pentecostal Church with many good memories. In March 1994, he became the associate pastor at the New Life Church of God of Prophecy serving with Pastor Jack Carter. The following fourteen months were very happy ones indeed. During those fourteen months, Pastor Rick learned a great deal as God prepared him for his next assignment. In June of 1995, Pastor Rick felt the call to return back home to the church that had been his home church during the early days of his youth. He was contacted by the board of the Green River Pentecostal Church and assumed the pastorate on the first Sunday in August 1995. Since that time, he has witnessed the Lord's hand move for him personally and for Green River Pentecostal Church. Since returning back home to Green River, many souls have been added to the Kingdom. We have gone through remodeling and building projects. We have laughed for joy, and cried through countless sorrows. There have been difficult times, but with the help of our gracious God, the support of the geatest pastor's wife, and the patience of our church family, we have made it thus far. However, we are still looking ahead, believing that our best years are still ahead of us.