Rev. Charlene A. Wisher-HowardBoard President
Rev. Howard grew up in Wilmington, Delaware and is the youngest daughter of five children to the late Rev. Charlotte A. Wisher and the late Martin William Wisher, Sr. Rev. Howard moved from Wilmington, Delaware to Denver, Colorado in February of 1996.
Rev. Howard answered her call to preach, teach and reach everyone through the Word of God by the Holy Spirit in October 1999. The late Rev. J. Langston Boyd, Jr. inspired and encouraged her ministerial gifts at Shorter Community A.M.E. Church in Denver, Colorado.
Rev. Howard was ordained and served as an Itinerate Elder in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and was appointed pastor of Christ Our Redeemer A.M.E. Church by The Right Reverend John R. Bryant the former Bishop of the Fifth Episcopal District on Sunday, December 18, 2005; further serving as Pastor through August 23, 2009.
Rev. Howard received her Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix – Colorado campus. She received her Master of Divinity Degree in May 2004 from the Iliff School of Theology in Denver, Colorado.
Rev. Howard is currently the Founder-Pastor of Issues of Life Church Ministries in Aurora also known as the ‘Light House’ which launched on September 28, 2014!
Rev. Howard is wedded to Louis G. Howard, Jr. Rev. Howard’s motto is “I can do all things through Christ which strengthens me” Philippians 4:13
Did you know…
Breast Cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among black women, and an estimated 30,700 new cases are expected to be diagnosed each year. Similar to the pattern among white women, breast cancer incidence rates among black women increased rapidly during much of the 1980s, largely due to increased detection by mammography screening. However, while rates thereafter generally stabilized in white women they continued to increase in black women.
The continued increase in incidence rates in black women may in part reflect the rising prevalence of obesity. All women can help reduce their risk of breast cancer by avoiding weight gain and obesity, engaging in regular physical activity, and minimizing alcohol intake. Women should consider the increased risk of breast cancer associated with combined estrogen and progestin hormone therapy use when evaluating treatment options for menopausal symptoms.
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