Pastor Lois Jean Smith has been spreading the word of God for more than fifteen years. She was called to the ministry at the age of thirty four and ordained as Minister at the age of thirty five. She was ordained as Pastor in June, 2002.
She attended Fort Valley State University where she received a B.S. Degree in Social Work. Pastor Jean is a native of Lakeland, Georgia and is married to Bishop Pete Smith. They have four daughters and eight grandchildren.
She is the Co-Pastor of The House of Liberty Church, an interdenominational church, in Cartersville, Georgia.
Pastor Jean Smith co-founded "The House" in December 1985 with approximately 25 members and has grown to a maturity of "not counting members, but making members count." She has assisted in implementing a number of ministries which include the radio broadcast ministry, video and audio ministry, women's ministry, men's ministry, mother's ministry, jail ministry, teenager's ministry, dance ministry, and a full children's ministry in the works.
Pastor Jean is known throughout for her ability to teach and preach the Word of God from a practical standpoint.
With Bishop Smith, she shares the Vision to go forth and Evangelize Contagiously, Educate Continuously, and Edify Consistently. The anointing is truly upon this woman to go forth and preach the gospel.
Evangelize Contagiously, Educate Continuously, and Edify Consistently
Biography for Pastor Jean Smith