Min. Kiesha L. Peterson

As an entrepreneur, Minister Peterson is a mother of three (3), soon to be grandmother of three (3), a three-time self-published author of Knowing When Enough is Enough: My guide to building your self-esteem, Book of Poems, Vol. 1 and I Am Who God Says I Am, under the pen name of G. C. Peterson, and blogger with a published article, Bullying: When Will It Stop in Virtuous, Victorious & Valued Magazine (January/February 2017 Issue 19 pgs. 44-45). She was born Kiesha L Peterson in Newark, NJ and raised between Newark and Vauxhall, NJ., Administrative Assistant for former Assemblyman William D. Payne, 29th Legislative District. She received her Associates Degree in Criminal Justice from Everest University (online). Kiesha is a proud member of the Saint Paul’s Calvary United Church of God where the pastor is Bishop Claude L., Campbell, Presiding Prelate of the Northern District United Churches of God and The Soul Restoration Center under the leadership of Dr. Marilyn E. Porter. As a minister, Minister Peterson began her journey on November 29, 2015 when she brought forth her initial sermon at St. Paul's Calvary United Church of God, under the leadership of Bishop Claude L. Campbell, where she has been a member for over 40 years. She has also participated in several teleconferences, The Pink Pulpit: Those Preaching Women under the leadership of Dr. Marilyn E. Porter, and International Sisters Strengthening Sisters Presents The King’s Sons and Daughters Speak. She is also a member of Women's Speaker Association, International Sister's Strengthening Sisters, the National Negro Women’s Association – Vauxhall Branch, and a Silver Life Member of the NAACP- Tri City Branch. Her desire is to continue to walk the path that God has laid before her.