The Woman Who Borrowed God's Pen
A Short Autobiography of Charity E. Lewis
Flowing like rivers of living water, her conversation alone paints brilliantly enlightening pictures that illuminate and penetrate the very heart and soul of man. A flawless and finessed writer, she commands her audience with every stroke of the pen. Unequivocally, Charity E. Lewis is a skillful and award winning Communications Specialist. Yet she humbly considers herself of no greater rapport than a servant: one who employs the work of her hands to reinforce and enhance divinely revealed Kingdom building purposes and visions.
A woman of immense purpose and destiny, Ms. Lewis was called from the womb to be a powerful pen-woman. Circum the age of 12, her loving parents, award winning photo-journalist John L. Hurst and Indianapolis Public School teacher, Jacqueline J. Hurst, agreed to further enhance their daughter's adoration for the spoken and written word. They enrolled her in the Journalism and Writing Seminars, a junior section of the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper. Even in adolescence Charity's trade seemed only effortless and her skillfulness afforded interviews with actor LL Cool J and R&B singers 112. A blooming scribe, the application of written artistry earned Ms. Lewis the 1998 McDonald's Black History Maker of Tomorrow Award.
In relentless pursuit of her dreams, Charity matriculated thru Ball State University despite infirmed attacks by lupus. Majoring in Organizational Communications she studied to show herself approved. A columnist for the Office of Multicultural Affairs and participant in the National Association of Black Journalists, Charity was bestowed the inaugural Indiana Association of Black Journalists Liz Daily and Lynn Dean Ford Scholarship. The award was presented to her by famed correspondent Barbara Boyd.
Post graduation, Ms. Lewis was led of the Holy Spirit to join Virtue & Praise Ministries, Inc. under the apostolic direction of Pastor/Prophetess Audrey Berden. A great woman of God and unparalleled prophet to the nations, Berden consistently encouraged Lewis to treat her gift as precious in her own eyes. Pastor Berden also instilled in Lewis the vision of utilizing her own unique anointing for Kingdom purposes. Incorporating this principle, Lewis operates as a feature writer and editor for the church's monthly on-line newsletter and website. Ever grateful for her spiritual mother's guidance and direction Ms. Lewis is prepared to drive and go forward.
Thus flowing in her gift has truly brought her before kings. Considering her heartfelt, sincere and trustworthy, the "Luther Vandross of Gospel" privily released his testimony of deliverance from childhood abuse to his sister in Christ prior to sharing it with any of her other media colleagues. "Darwin Hobbs: Liberated and Anointed!" was published in the Indianapolis Recorder Newspaper in October of 2007. Shortly thereafter she was appointed a seat as Tyscot Records' promotions coordinator and continued to create platforms of understanding for rising stars.
With clairvoyant realization that one of her multiple gifts is to pen the testimonies of overcoming saints and to liberate the bound through the power of the Word, Charity has established Kingdome Communications, Inc., a full service communications organization formed for the sole purpose of enhancing the vision of Kingdom driven business owners. Charity's undying hope is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the power of the pen and to serve His body in the spirit of excellence until His triumphant return.