Whether we’re offering a listening ear to a neighbor or traveling halfway around the globe, missions doesn’t need a passport. It only needs eyes willing to see and a heart ready to act. As the Founder of “Voice of the Voiceless,” I work closely with rural women across Africa, empowering them through micro-enterprise opportunities and the message of the Gospel. As an advocate for those who often cannot speak for themselves, I work in remote parts of Africa and around the world. I own a well-worn pair of hiking boots from climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for clean water wells and experienced the miraculous while ministering in Liberia with Christ for All Nations Evangelists Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda.
As the Founder of “Voice of the Voiceless,” she empowers rural women across Africa through micro-enterprise opportunities and the message of the Gospel. In her nearly 20 trips to Africa including Ghana, Tanzania, Kenya, Liberia and Malawi, her advocacy work spans: Women’s Conferences, climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro for clean water wells, building Haven of Hope for widows and orphans, singing at a Christ for All Nations Crusade with Evangelists Reinhard Bonnke and Daniel Kolenda, developing curriculum for Kids Camps and meeting with the Former First Lady of Ghana.