And he gave some...for the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ. Eph. 4:11-12
PROPHET & TEACHER
Because of the uncertainties of uncharted territory and growing up in a religious culture where women are not equally accepted as being one whom God would choose to use as a voice QuiNina struggled and hesitated for a season before accepting her calling as a prophet in 2003. After humbly surrendering she embraced her inner boldness by deciding to have a greater desire to please God than fearing the rejections of men. Since then, she has served in multiple leadership capacities at the ministries with which she has been connected to ie., youth pastor, college minister, women's minister, and conference events coordinator. Her Ministerial License was obtained at Liberty School of Ministry and Bible Institute in 2013 under the tutelage of Drs. Johnny and Pamela Drumgole of Monroe, Louisiana. QuiNina was also afforded the privilege of doing missionary work in Ghana, Africa in 2008 where God performed many miracles for His people through the missions team of Ruthe White Ministries. QuiNina also serves in ministry in New Orleans, LA at Gateway Embassy Ministries, where she was ordained as an Apostolic Teacher under the leadership of Apostles Lamont and Tiffany Bigham. She currently holds a Bachelor of Theology degree from Slidell Baptist Theological Seminary of New Orleans, LA, and is continuing on to pursue her Doctorate of Theology.
Her purpose and anointing are to shift paradigms, change atmospheres, and restore healing to the lives and ministries of those God have assigned her to for His Glory. She has been called to raise the standards of faith and virtuousness in her generation through transparency, demonstration, and instruction. Her fire is contagious and her passion for ministry and the things of God have been her trademark. Her spiritual endurance through grace, tenacity, and heart for the lost has made full proof of her ministry. QuiNina has truly been undeniably earmarked as one of the most prolific and profound constituents of her generation.
Mentorship is one of QuiNina's greatest joys because it gives her the opportunity to candidly share wisdom so that God's purpose may be fulfilled in someone else's life. Her main message to her mentees is, "don't be like me but be better than me", because she believes that her ceiling should be their floor. Each generation is responsible for the next and she does not intend to neglect her responsibility to empower any willing individual of the next generation who has a hunger for destiny.
Her love for literature began as a teenager as she became mesmerized by her favorite authors Maya Angelou and Emily Dickinson. She developed her talent to write while in college when she joined a group of colleagues as a spoken word artist.
Included in her literary profile of compelling reads are: Collateral Damage: The Elephant Named Grief; Selah, Poetry that Speaks; Rhythm of Love; Life of JOY: The Key to Transformed Living; PRAYER101: the secret place; Pen Your Prayer: 90-Day Journal; for BOYS Only: yearly planner for pre-teens. Her first two published books Selah, Poetry that Speaks and Rhythm of Love are poetry books. Since then she has evolved as a writer and now also writes as a Christian Living and Inspirational author. Her latest "Collateral Damage" gives validity to her evolution.
As a businesswoman, she owns and operates GDI Enterprises, LLC, a publishing consulting firm. GDI Enterprises prides itself on assisting independent authors during their writing process to produce excellence when publishing.
As Chef Nina, she used her gift to feed to create a seasoning line of product with low-sodium spices and herbs.