As the Bearer of God’s Word, being a Pastor is paramount to being an
intricate part of God’s Vision and Mission for His people.
Rev. Freeman is an ordained Elder. After stepping away from the pulpit, as
Pastor within the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church for 13 years, in 2012 Rev.
Freeman embraced her calling as Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the
Innerfaith Women’s Alliance, Inc.
“God has a wonderful plan for my life. Although at the time I
could not understand how God whose “gifts
and callings are irrevocable” could or would call
me away from the very place that He had called me to. There
again, “…we are to lean not unto our own understanding, but in ALL our
ways we are to acknowledge Him and allow Him to direct our paths.” God
has directed and blessed me to become a family member on the ministerial
staff at the Word of Faith Love Center. My Pastor is the anointed and appointed
dynamic Rev. Dr. Reginald P. Garmon.”
Rev. Freeman holds a B.S. degree in Psychology, with a secondary in Business and
Sociology. She completed her Master of Divinity Degree in 2011 at the
Interdenominational Theological Center (ITC), Atlanta, GA.
Rev. Freeman is a veteran of the United Stated Air Force. Rev. Freeman is also a Post-Vietnam-Era Veteran and a retired Contracting Officer, U.S. General Services Administration. Rev. Freeman served as the United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE) Family Matters Division Assistant Chief Administrator and Family Coordinator at Ramstein Air Base Germany. Her duties included but were not limited to assisting families in transitioning into European culture. Rev. Freeman was the liaison between Wing/Squadron Commanders and Family Services. While ascertaining the needs of Airman and their families, Rev. Freeman worked very closely with Officer and Non-Commissioned Officer’s spouses. In their common effort to assist officer and enlisted families Rev. Freeman compiled training material and facilitated training for individuals responsible for the issuance of household items and transportation needs. Rev. Freeman has served her military and civilian community in a leadership capacity since her honorable discharge in 1985.
In addition to her very full life, her other commitments to Christ and His work
extends to community involvement. She has served as President of the Board
of Directors for the Association of Persons Affected by Addictions (APAA); Board
of Directors for the African American Art Museum, Dallas, TX; Special Olympics
Coordinator; Advocate for Prison Relief Effort; Residential Trainer for Tarrant
County Mental Health and Mental Retardation; Bible Study Facilitator for Federal
Woman’s Prison; Pastor Freeman is also a member of Black Women’s Health
Imperative based in Washington DC. Rev. Freeman was inducted into the
National Scholars Honor Society in 2008. Rev. Freeman was honored by Zeta
Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., as their Phenomenal Woman of Religious Projection.
Other activities which demonstrate her dedication to the work of Christ include
memberships in organizations such as a Prison Ministry Volunteers and the
Georgia Ministerial Alliance.
Honorable Mention: Star
Spangled Banner for the Texas Rangers: 1996 & 1997; Star Spangled Banner for
Special Olympics: 1998 & 1999
Rev. Freeman is the proud mother of two children, Mrs. Kezshera DaiShawn Ware (Albert) of Atlanta, GA; Mr. Kewaithian Dorell Freeman (Meagan) of Fort Worth, TX and proud grandmother of Miss Emily Diane Freeman, Fort Worth, TX; Ms. Demitria Nicole Lyles and Mr. Jalen Albert Ware of Atlanta, GA.