Elder Dennis R. Hebert, Jr. was born in Los Angeles, California on November 30, 1977 to Reverend and Mrs. Dennis R. Hebert, Sr. He was reared in Baton Rouge, Louisiana where he later married the former Tranecia Michelle Williams and is the proud father of three sons, Dennis R. Hebert, III, Dylan R. Hebert and Drake R. Hebert.
Elder Dennis R. Hebert, Jr. is a graduate of the University of Louisiana at Monroe (1999). He is a former President of the ULM College Chapter of the NAACP, where he began his leadership development by organizing “Get out to Vote” campaigns, voter awareness drives and was instrumental in starting this college chapter. He also attended the University of Phoenix-Online where he studied Business. Elder Hebert’s commitment and passion for the word of God motivated him to pursue his theological training at the Darryl S. Brister Bible College and Theological Seminary in New Orleans, Louisiana where he studied Pastoral Studies.
Elder Dennis R. Hebert, Jr. avoided his calling to preach the gospel for many years, however, in 2001 he humbly surrendered to the call of God under the leadership of Bishop Darryl S. Brister. He served faithfully as the New Member’s Pastor at the Beacon Light International Cathedral in New Orleans, Louisiana and Overseer of New Members within the Beacon Light International Ministries. He was later ordained as an elder on October 16, 2005.
On December 18, 2005 Elder Dennis R. Hebert Jr. was installed as the Senior Pastor and Teacher of the Beacon Light Baptist Church of Hammond, Louisiana and is serving faithful in his “calling.” He is the president and founder of Dennis R. Hebert Ministries. This organization is designed to empower and develop men and women spiritually, educationally and economically through the preaching and teaching of God’s Kingdom principles.
Elder Dennis R. Hebert, Jr. serves as the Executive Secretary for the Beacon Light International Ministries and on the Board of Directors for the Beacon Light Foundation of Hammond, a non-profit organization designed to provide general and specific services and resources necessary for the educational growth and economic development of the citizens in Hammond, Louisiana. On August 18, 2013, he was ordained as General Overseer of Protocol in the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship.