Let Every Voice Empower
"Be encouraged, be INSPIRED!"
(as seen in/on):
Our Founder, Chenelle B. Price
Chenelle B. Price resides as Assistant Pastor of True Divine Kingdom Ministries International in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a woman of God known for her gifts not only in Cincinnati, but in various cities. Pastor Chenelle is a certified life coach who uses her wisdom to teach courses and change lives. She is the founder of the Dear Sister Women's Empowerment Movement and has been recognized with various awards for her service to the Kingdom of God and her inspiration to women across the nation.
Pastor Chenelle has taught classes to equip others for ministry, worked with youth ministries and organizations for almost 20 years, served as a worship leader, participated in various evangelism and outreach projects, assisted in launching a multicultural ministry and serves as Vice Chair of the Millennial Clergy of Cincinnati. She has also served in street ministry, nursing homes and has a great passion for prison ministry. She is the author of the book "Wise Up Challenge: Keys to Living a Wealthy and Successful Life in Jesus Christ", a life application tool equipping believers to overcome the issues of life. This book has been used to teach courses to those transitioning from homelessness and drug addiction.
She attended Cincinnati Christian University, where she received ministerial and biblical training and received her bachelor's degree at Union Institute & University in Early Childhood Education. She also received her Masters of Teaching at Liberty University and is currently pursuing her Ph.D in Interdisciplinary Studies of Education at Union Institute & University.
Pastor Chenelle is currently an Elementary School Educator and is also the co-owner of ELAB Visionary Productions and LEVE Book Publishing.
Although she has been faced with many great obstacles in her life, Pastor Chenelle has stood on her favorite scripture, which still encourages her to go forward today:
“We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken; cast down, but not destroyed.” ~ 2 Corinthians 4:8-9