Founder – Mrs. Nekeba George


A resident of Houston, Texas and is a wife, mother, and educator. She is the wife of a man after God’s own heart “Chris” who has faithfully and lovingly encouraged and supported her as she answered “Yes” to the call of God on her life. She is also the mother of their miracle son whose life was spared at birth as a result of the prayers of the righteous.

After earning her Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Texas Southern University in May of 1995, Mrs. George began a career as a Business and Marketing educator and a DECA Advisor in the Career and
Technical Education Department at a local high school in August of 1996 where she has served as an educator for over twenty years. Over the past twenty years, she has served as a co chair of The Campus Service Learning Committee and has served on a myriad of campus committees such as: The Campus Discipline Committee, Site based Management Team, The Partners in Education Committee, The Climate Committee, and The Textbook and Technology Committee.

Upon joining New Light Christian Center Church Mrs. George reached a spiritual crossroad in her walk with God. She did not want to just play church any longer, but she truly begun to hunger and thirst for a real and intimate relationship with God. In February of 2001, while attending a Joyce Meyer’s Conference at Lake Wood Church, she learned through Joyce Meyer’s teaching that God has birthed into all of us a vision and a purpose for being. When she left this conference she went before God asking Him, what her assignment is while on the earth? One evening as she drove over the Ship Channel Bridge God began to minister to her about the Virtuous Woman based on Proverbs 31:10 and that her assignment was to go and connect with other women who were living lifestyles of holiness and fulfill the Titus 2:3 assignment of the older women teaching the younger women that God sees them as far precious than rubies. While volunteering at The George R. Brown Convention Center in November of 2001 God allowed a divine intervention to birth this assignment out of her when she met one of her spiritual mentors Prophetess Veronica Moore. So, after much travail The Virtuous Woman Circle Of Friends was started on April 2002. In July 2002 God orchestrated another divine intervention at New Light Christian Center Church and allowed Mrs. George to meet Carolyn Jenkins Copeland and Audrey Odom who are the cofounders of the Intercessory Component of this ministry which began in January 2003. These servant leaders have both played an influential role in shaping this ministry. These faithful servant leaders along with the other ministry leaders and partners have allowed God to use them to take over 100,000 prayers to God on the behalf of others.

In the summer of 2005 God began to reveal to Mrs. George additional facets of the ministry and during this time Predestined For Greatness was birthed as the central focus under which the other ministries would function.

Since then Mrs. George has earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Christian Leadership from The College of Biblical Studies in June of 2004 and also a Master’s in Education Administration with an emphasis on Educational Administration from Lamar University in May of 2010.

In August of 2010 the 501c3 was approved and Mrs. George, The Board of Directors, Ministry Leaders and Partners are excited about fulfilling the Titus 2:3 mandate on their lives. The focus of this mandate will be to start a mentoring program to young girls and women, while providing community enrichment services through workshops and sponsored events that will focus on the spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, and socioeconomic development, as well as, offer college and career preparedness.

When God first revealed to me His assignment for my life I prayed for willing workers, well God has done what He promised in Ephesians 3:20 “exceeding abundantly above all…” that I could have ever envisioned.

Thank you to The Virtuous Woman Circle of Friends for your faithfulness to embrace and run with the vision.

 

Founder, Nekeba George