In honor of International Women's Day on March 8th, we want to give YOU a chance to highlight a woman of excellence in your life. Whether it be a mother, sister, grandmother, daughter, friend, or neighbor, tell us about her here and we'll celebrate her on air & share them here during the month of March!
- Aaron submitted for his friend Shirley S. who is a lady that is doing so much in the African American Community. She sends out hundreds of e-mails per month on the local and state current events. Lastly, her property where she resides is one of the documented Harriet Tubman underground Railroad locations in Randallstown, Maryland. We need to salute this awesome woman of God - Amen!
- Denise submitted for her daughter who is definitely a young woman of excellence. At age 24 ,she received her Master’s degree in Business and she has always strived to be her best spiritually and emotionally to others. She gives me inspiration and strength to be a better person to others and myself.
- Thelma says "First of all, thanks for this opportunity of letting me send this greeting to the Women of Excellence in my life: Let me introduce you to my pastor, Pastor Lucille T. C. I don't know how to begin to explain my gratitude for my pastor, she is 96 years young. She is still preaching and teaching the word of God. We just celebrated her 66 Pastoral anniversary. She continues to remind us that the Lord is coming soon. I have been under her leadership since I was 11 years old and am now 62. She has always been my mentor. Her guidance has helped me become the women I am today. Even though her family consisted of her husband and seven children, she has always made time for the members within our church family and others that are not. She has been a part of my life."
- Kailana is honoring her mother Devora H., a woman of excellence. She is a strong woman of God who lost her two young sons in a house fire in the 90's. She stayed strong an faithful to God and continued to raise her two girls. She was in a abusive relationship but manage to leave, and raise daughters while working. She became a woman ministry leader who branched out to many ministries such as community service, and woman's ministries. She's help woman in the Body of Christ, and created a play called‚ "Adam," which helped many people. She is loving and courageous, and has never been officially honored. I would like to honor Devora for all she's done for others.
- Erica says "I have two amazing sisters Tanya and Lakeeva Stanley that has been supportive of my dreams and aspiration of helping me with the homeless community by feeding, clothing, dropping off care bags and any additional task. I am so grateful that mom raised us to love and support each other in this life time."
- Jayme says "The woman of excellence in my life is my 84 year old mother, Janice Wooten. She is an evangelist in the COGIC and has been serving the community for over 60 years! Even now and the midst of COVID she provides food to the homeless every fourth Saturday. She have been doing this for 30 years and is the major reason of why I have a commitment to serving others today. She has served across Baltimore, the nation and even in Uganda. She is an amazing woman and I am so honored to call her mom."
- Ashley says "The woman I chose was my Spiritual Mother and Assistant Pastor...Pastor Dr. Avis E Sneed. She is a preacher, teacher, singer and educator. Well known in Baltimore Md. She taught in the Baltimore City Public School System for 40 years. She has sang on numerous recording choirs including The Late Apostle Robert Evans and Voices of Christ and the Baltimore Fellowship Choir just to name a few. She is a mother to one daughter, grandmother and great grandmother. Mentor and spiritual parent to a lot of people. I'm grateful to be one of them. I believe she deserves this honor that she would receive this!"