Kingdom Builders Global Women’s Ministry is a faith-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that Educates, Empowers, and Encourages teen girls and women from diverse ethnicities. We bring awareness of Psychological Abuse and holistically train women and teen girls to design and build a stable family life through education and break the cycles of Psychological Abuse for the next generation.
Matthew 7:24-27 says “Build Your Life Upon The Rock!” In the New Testament Jesus distinguishes the difference between a foolish and wise builder. In this story the rock represents Jesus, there are two different houses with the same storm.
Kingdom Builders Ministries was launched in 2009. Later, Sherene was called to train women and girls exclusively and changed the name to Kingdom Builders Women’s Ministry, with an emphasis on Psychological Abuse Awareness of which she is a survivor. Finally, global was added to the name to indicate the worldwide reach of the ministry. KBGWM continues to host empowerment workshops that graces women leaders to share their wisdom with other women and teen girls.
We have been called to educate teen girls and women from diverse ethnicities about the toxic cycles of Psychological Abuse. This awareness trains teen girls and women strategically about the risk factors related to exposure of psychological abuse, and the mental health indicators and outcomes. We endeavor to eradicate psychological abuse in families for future generations, and start a new model of healthy families.
What We Do
We offer special training through workshops, events, and personal coaching that uncovers how a traumatic experience of psychological abuse ignites an erosion process in women and teen girl’s mental health. Our training exposes the subtle warning signs and damaging effects that verbal aggression has in a victim’s life and the lives of their children.
Our holistic approach to empowerment builds the self esteem of women and teen girls and forms new mindsets. We encourage all of our students to become mentally strong, self-sufficient, and leaders in their community. We are committed to educating teen girls and women on how to avoid the cycles of Psychological Abuse. This empowerment will impact their lives, prevent mental illness, and physical abuse. We do not provide shelter for victims of domestic violence. If you are in a domestic violence relationship and you need help, we recommend that you contact the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence Hotline. (NCADV)-1-800-799-7233.
We educate women regarding the trauma associated with probable outcomes and cycles of psychological abuse, and how to become whole and self-sufficient women.
We educate women and teen girls through awareness, and empower them to become self-sufficient through the following classes:
- Psychological Abuse Awareness
- Build Your Self-Esteem Skills
- Leadership Skills
- Nutrition and Wellness
- Parenting Enrichment Skills
- Spiritual Empowerment
- Financial Literacy
Training Locations -Women shelters, special workshops for sports (NFL, NBA, and more), conferences, retreats, colleges, and teen girl camps.