Christian Education Department
I am a member of Clinton AME Zion Church where I serve as Christian Education Director. My Pastor is Rev Alyce R. Walker Johnson. I am looking forward to working with everyone in the Baltimore District. For me, this is a new beginning—new faces, new materials, new plans, new goals and new ways of planning to meet our objectives. I am excited to be able to continually share with you the vision of Presiding Elder, Rev. Dr. Evalina Huggins. My goals are to learn, explore best practices, and to assist in developing purposeful and effective Christian Education programs and ministries for the Baltimore District.
Co-Director of Adults
Sister Deborah Stallings is a child of God and has been a member of the Pennsylvania Avenue African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church since 1986. Her life work involves being a Christian and Purpose Driven Educator who seeks to elevate, benefit, and be a blessing to humankind. Under the leadership of God and her Pastor, the Reverend Milton A. Williams, Jr., Sister Deborah is currently the Church Treasurer and Christian Education Director of Adults.
Professionally, she established and is the President and Chief Executive Officer of HR Anew, a human resource management, training, and equal employment opportunity professional services firm. This multimillion dollar company has been in business for more than 19 years supporting government, private sector, and non-profit clients. Sister Deborah is committed to helping all people discover their God-given life purpose so that they can design, develop, and pursue a S.M.A.R.T.E.R™ (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, timely, ethical, and reasonable) God inspired plan for optimal living.
Sister Deborah is committed to corporate social responsibility and is an active leader in the social community. She has served on several Boards including the national board of the National Association of Women Business Owners; mentors aspiring and emerging entrepreneurs, especially minorities and women; provides internships for high school and college students; currently serves on the Girl Scouts Board of Directors in Maryland; and teaches financial literacy, entrepreneurship, management and leadership, and more. Sister Deborah has received several awards including Maryland’s Top 100 Women – Baltimore Business Journal, Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise in the region – Maryland Governor’s Office of Minority Affairs; and Women Business Champion – U.S. Small Business Administration.
REV. FAITH SAVOY
Co-Director of Young Adults
Rev. Faith L. Savoy was born of humble beginnings in Baltimore, Maryland and educated through the public school system. Being the middle of five children and given a name such as Faith a high calling was destined on her life. As a hard-working single mother, she overcame many obstacles in her life that further built the arsenal of testimonies that she cultivated into ministry for people of all ages.
At Patterson Asbury A.M.E. Zion Church, under the leadership of Rev. Leslie Barnett Davis, she co-founded the Divine Women’s Ministry that mentors young adults facing real-life challenges. This is also where Rev. Savoy accepted her calling into ministry October of 2009 and has been running for the Lord ever since. In January 2016, Bishop Richard K. Thompson appointed Rev. Faith L. Savoy pastor of Charity A.M.E. Zion Church.
Her mission is to seek those who are lost and direct them toward a life of abundance with Christ. She uses her life as a living testimony of what the power of God can do. Her motto is, “My witness is in my walk” #Walking4Jesus. She is determined to fulfill the calling on her life, which is preach to, teach, lead and direct God’s people.
Co-Director of Children
I am a member of Judah Temple AME Zion Church where I have served in Children’s Ministry for over 20 years and I am currently the Children’s Ministry Leader. I also serve as the Children’s Sunday School teacher, a WELL GROUP Leader, the Baptism Ministry Leader, a choir member and an Intercessor.
Professionally, I have worked in the Child Care Industry for over 12 years. I have the opportunity to affect and enhance children’s lives in a positive, nurturing and loving way. It is my desire to see children flourish and prosper and I commit to use my education, gifts and talents to support their growth and development.
REV. JEANETTE BANKS
Hi, My name is Jeanette Banks I am a member of Judah Temple AMEZ Church where the Pastor is Rev. Scot. Moore.
I am excited about serving as The MasterLife Trainer for The Baltimore District under the leadership of Pastor Elders E. Huggins.
"Then He said to them all, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross daily, and follow Me. Luke 9:23 NKJ
For any information you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SISTER ANITA STEVENSON
Sister Anita Stevenson is a native of Montego Bay, Jamaica. She gave her life to Christ in 1979 and answered the call to ministry in 2011. She is a member of Clinton AMEZ church in Rockville Maryland and a Christian Educator in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church. A highly qualified public school educator and also a doctoral candidate. She is a teacher leader/mentor teacher and special education department chairperson in Prince George’s County Public Schools. A curriculum writer for students with severe cognitive disabilities with Maryland State Department of Education. As an honored, yet humbled servant, Mrs. Stevenson enjoys working in overseas mission activities to serve individuals who are in need. She is married to Dr. Kenel Stevenson and they are both proud parents of Kezia Stevenson a student at Towson University. She is honored, yet humbled to serve and is guided by the scripture: Mark 10:27 that reads, “…with men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible.”