Becky Castle received her undergraduate degree from the University ofTexas at Arlington in Secondary Education with emphasis in Physical Education and English. She then graduated with a Masters in Religious Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in 1981 while serving 6 years as a youth minister in a Southern Baptist Church in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. She spent the next few years as the associate BSU Director at Hardin Simmons Baptist University. After that time, Becky took a year to teach English as a second language in China.
In 1992, Becky transitioned to Bolivar, Missouri to become the Missions Director at Southwest Baptist University. For the next 5 years, she trained and sent out 200 students a year across the world. She also wrote 6 Bible study books for the discipleship groups on campus. It was also during that time that she started a church plant and became the senior leader of the leadership team from 1995-2006.
Currently, Becky is the Founder and Executive Director of Cornelius Connection International, a ministry to help connect people and resources for the transformation of communities. She loves to teach and train the body of Christ to be disciples in every aspect of their lives. Becky believes that every believer has a powerful destiny. And she wants to see all those she encounters become free and filled so they can carry out that destiny. Her primary means is through teaching on topics such as: the Cross and Resurrection, the renewed mind and heart, what it means to be seated in heavenly places (Ephesians), truths from Romans 1-8, the nature of our Father and how that truth impacts, spiritual warfare and prayer, intimacy with Christ, and how to give your life away for the gospel.
Becky also loves to be a part of captives being set free (Is. 61). Drawing from a wealth of resources and experiences, she has developed her own version of inner healing through prayer ministry called The Exchange. Becky resides in Houston, Texas where she pastors a church of passionate believers seeking to impact their community for the Kingdom of God.