~ Rev. Lettie Moses Carr ~

Lettie Moses Carr was born again as a pre-teen.  After graduating from T.C. Williams High School, Alexandria, Virginia of Remember the Titans fame, she obtained her Bachelor of Arts from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts and  a Juris Doctorate from the University of Michigan Law School. She served as the Elder over Evangelism at the Church of the Great Commission. 

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Rev. Carr walked away from her law firm's partnership in response to the call of God to serve as the Administrative Chaplain of the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women, Jessup, Maryland where she ministered full-time for nearly 22 years. Her innovative ministry led to a full-fledged church developed inside of the prison walls with banner, dance, drama, mime, music and youth ministries which were highly celebrated by many who visited the worship services. 

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God continues to use Rev. Carr to reach the lost and encourage the His saints throughout the world through her daily 3:16 pm Prayer line and the WhosoeverBelieves.org platform. She now serves on the staff of First Baptist Church of Glenarden, Landover, Maryland under the leadership of Pastor John K. Jenkins, Sr. as an Associate Pastor. 

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Rev Lettie Carr preaching

Would You Like Rev. Lettie To Speak At Your Church Or Event?

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Rev. Carr has been invited to preach, speak, teach, and train, in churches, conferences, prisons, criminal justice conventions and in other settings both domestically and internationally.  Spiritual Warfare, Bad Women of the Bible, Putting On A Gentle and Quiet Spirit, Evangelism Training, and The Power of Prayer are all topics that she has recently been called upon to  teach and preach both locally and abroad.