Margaret Walker has been married to her husband Terry Walker for 39 years. They met just two weeks after Margaret’s mother was murdered by her stepfather leaving eight children all under the age of twenty-one without parents. Margaret found herself thrust into the responsibility for her four siblings under the age of eighteen. Terry, a courageous man took on the responsibility with Margaret and they married eight months after meeting. (Margaret’s biological father died when she was just nine years old). Terry and Margaret had one child, Terry Lee Walker, Jr. She returned to school and graduated from West Virginia University when her son was small.
Then once again tragedy hit, Margaret, and Terry’s only child was killed by an impaired driver on cocaine in 2002. Since that tragic event caused by repeat offender, who abused drugs and alcohol, Margaret joined MADD “Mothers Against Drunk Driving”. Through this organization, she has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people to encourage safe driving and forgiveness of the offender for many years. They have an endowment scholarship with Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation (EWVCF) in memory of their son, giving away hundreds of bibles and thousands of dollars to recipients in the neighboring six (6) high schools in panhandle of West Virginia.
Margaret loves her family, especially the forty plus nieces and nephews, she has lost count. However, the family is close and works hard at staying together through hard times and good times, and She loves to travel Florida with her husband to break away from the day to day work.
Seconda is a Navy veteran with 25 years of service and currently resides with her husband and their two children in Bowie, Maryland. She is currently a student at Denver Seminary in the Master of Divinity program and will graduate Spring 2021.
She works at the Immigration, Customs and Enforcement HQ as the Occupant Emergency Program manager. Seconda is the Occupant Emergency Program manager with 15+years of experience in the field of Emergency management, Disaster preparedness and Business Continuity of Operations(COOP). She thoroughly enjoys helping others to be prepared for an emergency than for them to walk around in fear of an emergency.
Seconda is a native New Yorker and grew up in Jamaica, Queens. She entered the United State Navy in Nov 1983 and is a retired Senior Chief, Fleet Marine Force, Surface Warfare Hospital Corpsman. She served as Senior Enlisted Leader (SEL) USNS Comfort during the 911 attack response to NYC and Iraq war deployment. She has received numerous military accolades to include Navy Achievement medals, Navy Commendation medals and the Meritorious Service medal.
She is a member of First Baptist Church of Glenarden MD and serves in the All Things New ministry and Unashamed Youth ministry as a Core team member, facilitator and mentor. She Loves the Lord with all her heart and desires to help others experience Christ and form a relationship with God that will never be broken.
Clarise is very involved in her Church. She is a Parish Nurse, Worship Leaders, and until recently, she lead and mentored over 20 women in various capacities with a main focused on empowering them in their social, mental, physical, academic, personal and professional needs. She is a highly sought after speaker and singer.
She has been designated an Outstanding Woman in the Community - "Adored" Airborne Church
Sherreill Myers, born and raised in Panama City, Florida, is the third youngest of eight children. She accepted Christ as her personal Savior at the age of 13. After becoming a member and joining the youth choir, she began building a relationship with Christ.
Moving forward, after relocating to Maryland in 1990, Sherreill joined the First Baptist Church of Glenarden (FBCG) where she has been a member for the past 30 years. Presently, she serves as an Associate Minister. She teaches Adult Sunday school and is a Facilitator for several discipleship ministries. She also serves as an Instructor in FBCG’s Bible Institute. She is a member of the Prison Ministry where she is the Assistant Team Leader for the team that serves at Maryland Correctional Institute for Women (MCIW).
Sherreill considers it an honor to proclaim God’s Word and is humbled by the manner in which God turns her mess into a message for His glory. Overcoming cancer in 2004 and 2017, she understands that life is a gift and that true validation only comes through a personal and intimate relationship with Jesus Christ.
Sherreill is a graduate of FBCG’s Bible Institute and various FBCG’s discipleship programs. In addition, she earned her Bachelors of Science degree in Biblical Studies from Lancaster Bible College and she is presently attending Denver Seminary in pursuit of her Masters In Arts and Leadership.