Lea is teaming up with Kesitah International Ministries to be our Internationa Project Manager. Lea will be traveling stateside to give presentations in churches to raise awareness and finances. She will also reside overseas part of the year to assist Kesitah with new projects and give support to our orphans and widows.
Lea J. Philippe is the first of seven children born to Lucien and Bernadette Philippe. She is the mother of two beautiful young adult daughters, and the grandmother to the love of her life, Gabriel Lee. Lea is best known for her warmth and genuine love for people. She is an ordained minister and is very active in her local church as a psalmist, minister of worship, and teacher. She also has a passion for outreach ministry. She have traveled to Nigeria, West Africa to do ministry and missions work; and God has blessed her to complete two mission tours in Haiti.
Although her life has been marked by disappointment, pain and hurt, it stands as a beacon of hope to those who often seek her out for counsel, wisdom and advice. Lea remains confident in her resolve that God has blessed her to be a blessing. Her life’s mission is to represent Christ to everyone who crosses her path even if it is with a simple smile, while pointing them to Jesus Who has all the answers to their problem.
Without fail, Lea continues to impact lives by her God-kind unconditional love and care of those who God brings across her path. She thrives on the fact that God is her passion and serving people is a great opportunity to expand the population of the kingdom of God in the earth.
As of June 2012, Lea received the call to be “About Her Father’s Business” fulltime. She resigned from her position as an Assistant Controller, and is now in fulltime ministry, where she is employed by the Kingdom of God. She now proudly confesses that she has “The Best Boss” in the universe.
Lea’s key scriptures are: “I have set the Lord always before me. Because He’s at my right hand, I shall not be moved” (Psalm 16:8); and “I foresaw the Lord always before my face. For He is on my right hand that I should not be moved” (Acts 2:25).
-I live to Worship Him who died for me-
"About My Father's Business"
Lea J. Philippe