"Paula Michelle White" is an international Christian evangelist and teacher, TV personality, author and philanthropist. She is the Senior Pastor of New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida, which is a non-denominational, multi-cultural church whose membership ranges in the thousands. She hosts a television show, Paula White Today, produced by Paula White Ministries, that is seen on multiple networks, at one point including Black Entertainment Television (BET) and Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). She has also appeared as a guest on the Steve Harvey Show, Trumpet Awards, and Larry King Live. Formerly she was the co-pastor of Without Walls International Church in Tampa, a church she co-founded with pastor and then-husband Randy White (pastor)/Randy White.

She has received many awards for her work, including the Rosa Parks Lifetime Achievement Award in 2013, Impact Leadership Award in 2011; the Humanitarian Award by the Trumpet Award Foundation in 2009; the Behind the Bench "Mind, Body, Spirit Award" from the NBA Wives Organization in 2007, and the "Trailblazer Award" by Jesse Jackson and Rainbow Coalition in 2006. In many of her sermons, empowerment seminars, and books Paula White discusses her childhood traumas to teach about God's transforming power. Her style has been described as humorous and candid.

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