I am Kerry. I LOVE Jesus. I am a wife. I am a mother. I am a daughter. I am a friend.
I'm here to help you strengthen your walk with Christ and to teach you how to live in God's abundant grace.
Listen, I've been through some stuff. Actually, it’s only because of God's undeserved favor and unfailing love that I survived things that were designed to destroy my peace, steal my passion, and kill my purpose.
So now, as a living example, I teach my daughters that they can work through the hard things and I equip other women with the necessary tools and strategies to tap into God's sustaining power. That's why I founded Grace In Season; to inspire women to pursue grace in order to develop their God-given purpose.
Teaching makes my heart smile! In fact, I co-wrote and published two 21-day devotionals teaching the importance of praying for the men and women in your life. My newest book, Hello, My Name is Grace empowers women to live every day inspired by God's perfect gift of grace.
As a preacher-teacher of the Word of God, I take complex themes and turn them into practical, easy-to-understand-and-apply messages. My hope is that through the transforming power of the Holy Spirit, people understand that the Good News of the gospel is for everyone, and that God's amazing grace is available right where they are.
I want you to realize that God is in every moment of your life; even when it doesn't look or feel like it.
I've been extremely blessed to have opportunities to minister messages of hope in churches, conferences, and conventions—within the United States and internationally—to people across all ages, genders, and ethnicities.
I have an awesome husband. We've been married for 13 years and, together, we raise our 2 beautiful daughters in South Florida.
I've been a member of my church for over 20 years and no matter where in the world I am blessed with the opportunity to preach or teach, I'm proud to call the Pentecostal City Mission Church in Boynton Beach "home." There, I serve as an ordained minister under the leadership of my pastor, Bishop L.A. Thomas.