Lady Tameka L. Baker is first and foremost a servant of Jesus Christ and dynamic speaker, writer, spiritual nurturer, counselor, and entrepreneur. She serves in a ministry context along with her husband as the founders of The Freedom Church of Gwinnett. Her servitude and virtue blend well to complement her role as one of God’s leading ladies, while exemplifying the character of a Christian wife. The heart of Lady Baker’s ministry is to empower women of God to be strengthened in the Spirit, to receive the restoration and redemption promised through the blood of Jesus Christ. Lady Baker presently serves in the labor set forth for her by God as the founder of C.L.E.A.R., Inc. – Christian Ladies Exalted Anointed and Renewed – a ministry inspired by God to meet the unique needs of God’s women.
Lady Baker received a B.S. in Health Information Management from Florida A&M University and a Masters of Health Administration from the University of Phoenix. She is currently pursuing a Master’s of Divinity (M.Div.) with a concentration in Pastoral Care at Mercer University’s McAfee School of Theology. Upon graduation Lady Baker will begin a counseling ministry specializing in servicing women who have experienced trauma. Her vision is to create a spiritual center that offers counseling and spirituality services to the community.
Lady Baker wears many hats including wife, mother, student, and leader. Although ministering to God’s people is an important part of her life, her first ministry is to her family. Lady Baker is also the proud mother of Gregory II, Kennedy, and Braxton.