KIGM | Co-Pastor Glendora F. Ford
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Co-Pastor Glendora F. Ford

Co-Pastor Glendora F. Ford

Apostle/Co-Pastor Glendora F. Ford is the wife of Chief Apostle William T. Ford, Sr, pastor of Kingdom Impact Global Ministries in Fayetteville, NC. She is the proud mother of three wonderful adult children: William Jr., LaTia and Stephon.  She is also a proud grandmother of a beautiful grandson-Camden.

Co-Pastor Glendora Ford is a native of Bladen County, North Carolina. Born in Abbottsburg, NC she later moved to Fayetteville, NC. She is the daughter of the late Bessie Faulkner and is the fourth of seven children.  She attended and graduated from Cumberland County Public Schools, and went on to NC A&T State University in Greensboro, NC for three years pursuing a career as a dietitian. She also attended Fayetteville Technical Community College in Fayetteville, NC studying in the areas of Food Service and Secretarial Science. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Christian Counseling from Calvary Theological Seminary, Lake Charles, LA.

At the age of fourteen she was saved, baptized and became a member of First Pentecostal FWB Church under the late Pastor R.J. Avery. Having been reared in the home of a pastor, Apostle Glendora learned early from firsthand experience how to serve; serving faithfully as an usher, choir member and director, pastoral care, Sunday school teacher and director of Women’s Fellowship. After her marriage, Apostle Glendora placed her membership under her husband.

Apostle Glendora is a woman called of God. She is a licensed ordained minister who has been preaching and bringing forth Gods Word for over 8 years. She is a woman well-seasoned in the Word, and a teacher who carries a message of hope, healing and liberation targeted for women. She has a powerful, sensitive anointing and utters a relevant word whenever she ministers. Daily she is being taught by the Holy Spirit the everyday challenges and trials women face in trying to balance ministry, careers and family. Through experience she has learned that living a Christ-centered life is vital to living victoriously.

A future author, [speaking things into existence] for within her belly are many, many books that have yet to be published; that will deliver, set free and liberate women. In her private time, Apostle Glendora works a full-time job for The Cumberland County School System.

Apostle Glendora and her husband reside in Raeford, NC.