Rev. Lenita Reeves is the senior pastor of Action Chapel Baltimore, a prophetic church under the covering of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, who ordained her into ministry.
She is the author of several books including, I Am: The Divine Purpose Manifesto and Fervent Fire: Understanding the pattern of the priesthood for prevailing intercessory prayer.
As a rape survivor and former teen mom, God has graced Lenita to be an outspoken overcomer, sharing her testimony freely and as a result, seeing captives set free all over the world. A featured conference speaker, she is a member of the RAINN speaker’s bureau. She has traveled the world to conduct apostolic missions and train leaders in London, Jamaica, Haiti, the Bahamas, Kenya, Uganda and Ghana.
She began her service to the Lord in campus ministry. As Deputy Director of Campus Ministries United, she assisted in planting campus branches and in the coordination of an annual conference aimed at bringing various campus groups together in a night of prayer, praise, and relationship building. In the next phase of her ministry, God taught her the basics of pastoring while serving as a youth minister.
Some call her preacher and some call her teacher, but all agree that she is a prolific voice who speaks with transparency, highlighting her highs as well as her lows to show others that God can turn pain into a platform and use the foolish things of this world to confound the wise.
From senior class president to director in Corporate America to founder of a non-profit and pastor, leadership has been an evident mark of Lenita’s calling and passions throughout her life. She has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering from Georgia Tech, a Master of Arts in Dance Education from the Ohio State University and a MBA from the University of Maryland, College Park. She is currently a doctoral candidate in Christian Counseling and attended Beulah Heights University in Atlanta, Georgia, which was then under the leadership of Dr. Sam Chand.
Pastor Lenita was ordained in Action Chapel International in Ghana under the leadership of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and Action Chapel North America under the leadership of Bishop Kibby Otoo. She is married to Bishop Cephas Reeves and they have four children, Elijah, Cenita, Ethan and Joshua.
In addition to her book, Breaking the Silence, her message topics include:
- The Spirit of Adoption
- 3-D Holiness
- The Road to Remembrance
- Life After the Crossover (hear an excerpt at http://www.sermon.net/actionbaltimore)
- Stages of Divine Destiny
To hear an excerpt of one her interviews for the book, Breaking the Silence, visit http://youtu.be/-7seR5_wFyQ.
To contact Pastor Lenita, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Bishop Cephas Reeves, Founding Pastor
Bishop Cephas A. Reeves is the founding pastor of Action Chapel International Baltimore. He is a leader who carries the mandate to empower the people of God to walk in dominion, authority and power, through prayer and the prophetic, to bring in the end time harvest. As an asset to the body of Christ, Pastor Reeves shares his giftings in establishing churches, bible schools, training centers and economic development. Serving as a pastor and a trainer, Pastor Reeves is involved in the training of missionaries, pastors, worship leaders and church workers; helping them walk in their God-given gifts and callings as well as mobilizing global and holistic missions . His ministry gifts have yielded 32 Bible schools in over 8 nations including the United States of America.
Carrying a love for ministry and people, with his zeal, perseverance, commitment to excellence and nontraditional style, he continues to impact the lives of people all over the nations of the world through practical ministries.
Born in Monrovia, Liberia, Bishop Reeves now resides in Maryland with his wife Rev. Lenita Reeves and his four children Elijah, Cenita, Ethan, and Joshua.