The contents of this site are categorized into five broad categories:
Spiritual Life: Monique Jordan, Washington State
Lady Monique considers it a blessing to serve as the editor of the Spiritual Life team! Her goal is to present Biblically-based instruction through creative, practical techniques to enhance the spiritual lives of every reader. Look for her letters in this form: “Momo’s NO Excuses University.” Her desire is that everyone who comes in contact with the COGBF National Women’s Website will be richly blessed!
Lady Monique is a member of the Dual State West District, under District Elder Alphonso, and Lady Cleopatra Boone. She and Elder Anthony Jordan married 33-years ago and were blessed with six amazing children. They moved to Tacoma, Washington a year later to assist Elder Samuel and Lady Dorothy Beachem with New Direction Church of God by Faith. Elder Anthony and Lady Monique Jordan loves God’s people and enjoy ministering through teaching and counseling.
Lady Monique obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree with a focus on Leadership at Evergreen State College. She then obtained a Masters of Education Degree and Pastoral Counseling at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. In addition to teaching regularly at New Direction, Lady Jordan also taught 6th - 8th grade math and science in the public school system for 12-years.
Personal Life: Brittany Rudolph, Alabama
Brittany's passion for life, experiences and desire to constantly learn, grow and improve her life and that of everyone around her makes her a great choice for the Editor of the “Personal Life” category. Brittany is very active in her local, district, and national church. She is a member of Showers of Blessings COGBF in Auburn, AL- Southeast AL. Northwest Florida District where she serves as adjutant to Lady Mary D. Smith. Her passion is simply serving. She finds ways to use her many talents to enhance the kingdom of God. In fact, her talents and passion for serving was very evident this past December when she successfully coordinated the National Museum during the Centennial Celebration.
Brittany is a 2012 graduate of the historic Tuskegee University with a Bachelor’s Degree in History. She is currently pursuing a graduate degree from Alabama State University in pursuit of a Masters in History Education. She was formerly employed by the National Park Service as a Museum Specialist Assistant. Currently she is employed by the State of Alabama Department of Archives and History in Montgomery, AL as a Field Services Curator. These credentials and work experiences have positioned her to be a viable team member of 2nd Century ByFaith in general and the Ocala Temple Renovation committee.
First Lady Support: Zellene Smith, Central Georgia
Lady Zellene Smith counts it an honor and privilege to serve as the editor for the "First Lady Support Team” on the National Women’s Website. Even though her service as First Lady started just four years ago, she brings a wealth of experiences to this important assignment. Her personal and professional accomplishments combined with what she has learned through the challenging journey of being first lady at her local church, and district church uniquely qualifies her to help other first ladies around the National Church.
She is proudly married to District Elder Charlie Smith who is the superintendent of the Central Georgia District. Her local church is Loose & Bind Ministries in Dublin, Georgia. With this dual role, Lady Zellene and her team will bring forth articles, experiences, concerns and issues relating to first ladies. The goal is to help women spiritually, physically and socially to live their lives to the fullest potential. She will encourage first ladies to connect, support and inspire other women to create within themselves a well-balanced ministry in the church, at work, and in the home.
Lady Zellene is the seventh child of nine siblings. She is a graduate of Fort Valley State University where she received a B.S. Degree in Business Administration in 1977. She retired R.J. Reynolds Company of after 28-years of service. She has faithfully served in various offices in the church under the leadership of the late Elder Dexter Marshall before becoming a first lady. Lady Zellene also works tirelessly by her husband side as the financial secretary for their business, Smith Home Improvement & Builders, Inc. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, listening to music, and enjoying the outdoors.
Healthy Living: Katrice Mackey, Georgia
Lady Katrice Mackey is more than qualified to lead as the editor of the “Healthy Living” category which provides medical information, resources and support . Her team of seven medical professionals are highly credentialed and at the forefront of medical issues related to today’s women.
Lady Katrice Mackey has been married to Pastor Bruce Mackey for 24 years and serves as first lady of Faith Babies Ministries Church of God by Faith in Fort Valley, Georgia. She is also the Co-Founder of Rock Out-Reach Enterprises and BK Ministries: An Outreach Ministry reaching out to lost and troubled youth.
Lady Mackey is a graduate of Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, GA. After a brief career as a middle school science teacher, Lady Mackey decided to attend Physician Assistant School at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. She has been practicing as a Physician Assistant (PA) for the past 19 years and currently serves as a Physician Assistant for the Georgia Department of Corrections and Fort Valley State University. She has practiced in multiple disciplines of medicine during her career as a PA.
Financial Solutions: Carolyn Jacobs, Jacksonville District
Minister Carolyn L. Jacobs is the editor of “Financial Solutions.” Her practical ways of thinking about finances and understanding that God wants us to be good stewards makes her a great leader for Financial Solutions. She and her team of four reviews and researches a variety of resources in order to bring forth helpful information regarding our financial lives.
Minister Jacobs attends Solid Rock Church of God by Faith, in Yulee, Florida under the leadership of Dr. Harry J. Johnson and First Lady Nancy Johnson. She has worked closely with her pastor as the Executive Leader for Outreach and Evangelism and various other local and national assignments.
Women’s Ministry is at the heart of her of her passion for over all outreach and evangelism. She Is credited with publishing the Woman In Ministry Training Manual. Additionally, she was instrumental In revising and publishing the Ministers Training Manual for the National Examining Board. Minister Jacobs facilitates an outreach team that conducts Sunday Services in a low- income apartment complex in St. Mary’s, GA. She is also team leader for a jail ministry in Nassau County which provides Christmas support to children of the inmates.
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