My father was a Pastor in Philadelphia for more than ten years, and when I was 12 years old, we moved to New York City where my father started a church in the Bronx. I have always had the opportunity to serve in church: teaching, cleaning, playing piano for services, and any other area that may have needed to be taken care of.

My parents taught me the difference between right and wrong, and I was not a child who looked to get into trouble. I was always told that I was “such a good girl,” but I was not on my way to Heaven. I finally realized my need for Christ when I was six years old. I was saved in April, 1985 during an invitation that was given in Junior Church for anyone who wanted to be saved. I went forward that day and accepted Christ into my heart.

After High School, I went to college where I majored in Bible. During this time I took many missions focused classes that helped to open my eyes to the need of the Gospel around the world. The Lord has given me a burden to reach the lost people of France.