Lady Cora Carter

 

Lady Cora Carter is a native of Baltimore, who attended and graduated from The Bryn Mawr School in Roland Park, Maryland. She is a graduate of the School of Finance, at the University of Maryland, College Park.

After completing a successful, twenty five year career in banking, Sister Carter retired from The Harbor Bank of Maryland as the Assistant Vice President of Operations and moved to Gilbert, Arizona. There she owned and operated a “Plus Sized” Women’s Boutique. She also held the position of Branch Manager at one of the local Credit Unions in the Phoenix area.

Lady Carter currently serves as the Church Business Administrator at Ark Church and is the Executive Director of LAMB, Inc. (the non-profit arm of Ark Church) She has extensive background in community development and property management. Her service to the community, in addition to her technical career, has better equipped her to empower people to fulfill God’s promises for their lives .

Lady Carter has joined Bishop Carter in ministry to the extent that her life is now totally dedicated to being a help meet to the Man of God, the people of God and the people of this generation that need to know that Jesus Christ is Lord!

Lady Carter uses all of the gifts and talents granted to her by God to glorify Him and edify the church. Her gifts of administration, organization and planning, work hand in hand with her gifts of singing, directing and declaring the Word of God in teaching and speaking.

Lady Carter lives by the belief that God is a God of order, and everything that we do should be done in decency and order. Our life is not our own, we are bought with a price. Each of us must yield our will to the Will of Jesus Christ so that He may get the joy out of our lives. She has committed her life to achieving excellence through biblical living. She strongly believes that any person who is willing to “walk by faith” and trust God will achieve their dreams and desires. Each of us must take responsibility and seek the Lord for ourselves, and then reach someone else to share the Good News of the Gospel.