REV. DR. GINA M. STEWART #BlackChurchHERSTORY

The first African American female elected to serve an established African American Baptist congregation in Memphis and Shelby County

The Reverend Dr. Gina Marcia Stewart is a pastor, preacher, builder, mentor, adjunct professor, and daughter of Christ Missionary Baptist Church in Memphis, Tennessee.  She is the first African American female elected to serve an established African American Baptist congregation in Memphis and Shelby County.

Dr. Stewart was recently elected to serve as the Second Vice-President for Lott Carey Foreign Mission Convention (August 2015).  She also serves as a Co-Convener for the Women in Ministry Conference-Dr. Cynthia L. Hale, Convener and a Trustee for the Samuel DeWitt Proctor Pastors Conference.  She is the founder of Greater Works Inc. a non-profit organization devoted to philanthropy and ministry development. She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc.  In September 2015, she released her first book entitled We’ve Got Next: HERstory in HIStory.

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