Known for her dynamic Bible teaching and preaching with a delivery as an exhorter and motivator; Rev. Coleman's message for Christ is with sincerity and intensity. Her minstry has impacted all that have heard her. She accepted Christ as a teenager while being raised and reared in the things of God by her grandparents.
Throughout the years God has afforded her to train under noted leadership learning the Lord through Bible Study, prayer, praise, worship and a commitment to serve God. In 1990 she accepted the divine call to preach and teach God's Word and was trained in ministry as a Missionary/Evangelist under the umbrella of the Churches of God in Christ.
Sensing the need to go deeper into her study of the Word she attended Deliverance Bible School. To be more skillful in her teaching style she completed the Evangelical Teacher Training Association curriculum. The grace of God would lead her further into divine destiny when she became a member of Bethany Baptist Church, Lindenwold, NJ. Her ministry is now covered under her apostolic father in the gospel, one of God's most prolific leaders and voices of our time, Bishop David G. Evans. He confirmed her call to the gospel ministry by licensing her in 2002 and ordaining her in 2004 before her congregation, family and friends. She continues her Clergy Training as a student in Bethany's Minister in Training classes and the Elijah Ministry Intern Program under the Abundant Harvest Fellowship of Churches, Inc.
Reverend Coleman is currently serving the local church using her gifts in Worship Ministry, Church Conferences, as Superintendent of Sunday School and a Leader in Auxiliary Administration. She is also a member of the Executive Board of the Elders Council and is Director of Information Systems and Biblical Instructor for the Abundant Harvest Bible Institute.
She and her family reside in Lindenwold, NJ. She is indeed an anointed vessel called of God to win souls for Christ and edify the church at such a time as this!
For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. Jeremiah 29:11