Rev. Annie Beasley To Speak Sunday At Annual Women's Day At Union Hill M.B. Church

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Union Hill M. B. Church will hold its Annual Women's Day on Sunday at 9:45 a.m.  The theme is  "Soul Food on my Table"- Jeremiah 15:16.   

Minister Ann Beasley of Atlanta is the speaker.  This is the first time she has spoken in Chattanooga. 

Bio on Rev. Annie Beasley:

Rev. Annie M. Beasley accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior in 1986.  She was licensed to preach the gospel in August 1995 at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church.  She was licensed again in January 2004 and ordained in May 2016 at Greenforest Community Baptist Church.

She is currently enrolled in New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and Our Daily Bread Christian University to further her studies in God’s Word. 

Rev. Beasley felt the Lord’s call to a special ministry in 1990 and shared this revelation publicly in 1995. Today, she travels whenever called upon to share the message of Jesus Christ and sing the songs of Zion.  She seeks other dedicated women in ministry to join her in making a difference in the lives of others.    

She is associate minister at Greenforest Community Baptist Church, where she serves as a   Fulfillment Hour (Sunday School) assistant shepherd and teacher.  She also serves as the leader of New Members Orientation.

Rev. Beasley is the founder of Sister Keepers (1995), a Direct Line Ministry, Inc. which is a 501©3 ministry.  Through Sister Keepers, she shares her burden for senior women and children.              

Her motto is “Use Me God, That I May Give Strength to the Struggling.” 

She has served bi-monthly at Pruitt Health, formerly Briarcliff Haven Nursing Home, for the past 24 years.  She also serves at Pruitt Heath in Lilburn, Ga. every fifth Sunday.

Rev. Annie M. Beasley is the wife of Deacon Leon Beasley, married for 35 years.  Deacon Beasley serves at her side whenever possible.



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