Carmen R. Ross was born in San Jose, California, but grew up in a small town called Dickinson,Texas. Upon graduation in 1998, she felt the leading and calling of the Lord to join the United States Army.
God’s hand of mercy has been on her life since becoming a Christian in 1999. She has been inspired by the personal examples and devoted ministries of many great men and women of faith throughout her walk; to include her belated Grandmother Missionary Evelyn Allen and her belated Mother Ms. Beverly Allen. Their work in reaching people along with their compassionate regards to ministry influenced her early development which provided the theological template for her philosophy of ministry today.
Since serving in the military, she had the chance to explore various ministry opportunities. She competed nationally as a Gospel singer for the Fort Carson Gospel Band; provided instrumental support to the establishment of the 1st Gospel choir in Bosnia, Herzegovina; and constructed and created prayers for National Events and Senior Leadership Courses.
She has served in the following areas of ministry: Poetic Ministry, Arts and Craft Ministry, Musician, Armor Bearer, Intercessory Prayer Leader, Singles Meeting Coordinator, Puppet Ministry, Women’s Ministry, Praise Dance Ministry, Praise and Worship Team, Out Reach Ministry, and Youth Ministry.
Her Sister, Kamisha E. Ross, has also served in the United States Army and is serving God’s Kingdom.
Carmen’s educational training includes an Associate’s in Business Administration and Bachelor’s in Human Services. She is currently pursuing her Masters in Social Work.
Carmen ministry certificates include: Chaplain’s Certification and Ambassador. She is an ordained Minster and Prophet who loves to share the Good News and prophetic revelations of the Lord.
Located in St. Roberts, Missouri, she is honored and humbled to serve in various capacities. She desires to establish Kingdom non-profit agencies that will glorify God by bringing transformational and holistical solutions to individuals, families, and communities.