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Jennifer Black

Christian Speaker
Houston Texas 77003

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Contact Information

Houston, TX 77003
United States of America

Speaking Ministry Details

  • Salvation Date
  • 1998
  • Home Church
  • JB Ministries
  • Relationship to Church
  • Pastor at
  • Speaking Experience
  • Experienced (over 10 events)
  • Fee Range
  • Works with Your Budget

More About Jennifer Black

Jennifer began a real relationship with God when she was 16 years old. God showed her visions and dreams and dealt with her about His plan for her life. She would fall at times but when She fully committed to God she didn't want to go back to the world of sin or dark depression or low self-esteem that tormented her in her early teens. She would later on minister and counsel students at her high school who looked to her for spiritual guidance and prayer.

As the years progressed she dealt with a lot of pain in her family but God healed and delivered her. She became active in church and her desire to be used by God with her gifts and talents increased. She began to join evangelism team, drama and dance ministry, and anything she could get her hands on because she enjoyed working for God. This desire to minister to people led her to work with hurting women and girls in foster care and treatment programs. She realized she has an uncanny ability to make people think and laugh. God uses both her direct tone, and humor to make people feel good in tough times.

Jennifer studied film, television, music and theater in college as she felt led to reach people with TV, film, music, and her acting. Throughout her career as an actress, speaker, writer, entertainment industry professional and mentor Jennifer Black has made many contributions to the world. 

She's not only acting professionally in the secular world but she is availing her gift to ministry events. She has contributed to the performing arts as an actress performing in live theatrical Off-Broadway musicals and dramas such as "Purlie", "A Chorus Line", "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Wasn't Enuf" as Lady in Red, "Cheating on My Mistress" where she played a wife who was cheated on by her professional basketball player husband, and "A Cat on a Hot Tin Roof". She has acted in TV shows and featured films such as CW Network’s  TV drama “Containment”, “Thank You For Your Service” with her son Justice, "God's Not Dead 2", "Come Early Morning" starring Ashley Judd, and “On the Road with Harry Connick Jr” among other productions. She has been in various commercials such as Arkansas Obamacare, Memphis WGTX, and Dupage Medical Group.

She has enjoyed working behind the scenes in production on national TV shows such as NBC's "The Voice", "America's Got Talent", "The Book of John Gray", HGTV’s "Vintage Hunters" and “House Hunters” just to name a few. She has worked as a Wardrobe Assistant at the Arkansas Repertory Theater. 

Throughout her years as an actress, promotional model and brand ambassador, she has promoted several national brands such as Suave, Walmart, Avery products, and She has modeled for Little Rock Full-Figured Fashion and celebrity designers such as Project Runway's Korto Momolu in her beginning stages as a fashion designer. She has is a former National Lecturer for Barbizon USA, LLC., an internationally-recognized modeling school that teach girls about modeling, etiquette, empowerment, communication skills, and acting.

Her experience working with women and girls in behavioral health programs has opened doors for her to mentor and speak to reach people with life-changing messages at colleges, public schools, a juvenile detention center, churches, nonprofits, and community events. She uses wit and real talk to reach her audience. She speaks candidly about issues women and teen girls deal with such as relationships, abuse, self-esteem, career change, single parenting, etc.

In her spare time, she enjoys volunteering for non-profit and community events. She has been a part of several national and community outreach initiatives including Breast Cancer Awareness Month "Pose for a Purpose", raising awareness about domestic violence with "Voices of Shame" monologues sharing real stories of real women who are survivors. She is a past board member for an international global health missions outreach organization called Women's Health Project International, Inc. She has been a volunteer for the Little Rock School District VIP (Volunteers in Public Schools Program) for several years by speaking and reading to students. In 2012 she was nominated with the Stiletto Woman in Business Award, prior to that a C.E.O. Award from the Chi Eta Chapter AKA sorority, and most recently a Black Women Rock award in NYC for her contribution to the .

While being a mother to her one child, she is currently working on creating content to promote positive images of women and empowering women and teen girls using her passion, combined experience in behavioral health/social service and entertainment industry. She endeavors to use her gifts to raise awareness about social issues that plague the lives of people and to be a beacon of hope to those who have lost their way, and a light in dark places.

*Comedy and Drama Skits and Monologue

*Speaking Topics:

HerStory: Jennifer talks about her personal life story and how she overcame her obstacles and healed from her pain.

Dream girls: When your corporate job and your calling come to a crossroad. Jennifer discusses how to navigate through the process of pursuing your dreams. She uses her real life experiences to share how she's been able to pursue what she loves to do.

Daddy's Little Girls: Many women grew up without their father's love, protection, provision. Jennifer talks about how to heal from the absentee father syndrome.

What About Your Friends: Women learn the principles of being a good friend. Many women struggle with resolving conflict, envy/jealousy, vulnerability in relationships, competition, etc. We discuss these issues and get to the root of the problem in a non-judge mental manner in order to prosper, truly connect, and maintain meaningful relationships.

Superwoman Syndrome: Women wear many hats. They bring home the bacon and fry it in the pan. However, after catering to the needs of others, she may feel drained and neglect herself. Women learn how to manage her life, home and career so she will not experience burnout. She will define the signs of burnout and learn healthy ways to relieve stress, prevent burnout, embrace change, and flow with the currents in life.

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