First Lady Oceanette Reed is co-pastor of Pleasant Word Christian Center International. She is a Conference Speaker, Spiritual Counselor, a Motivational Speaker for the Honorable Judge Janice Gordon’s APW Class (DeKalb County), Instructor of Spiritual Warfare Strategies at the Jabez Episcopal Institute, has received the 2015 I AM Award honoring female entrepreneurs, and has appeared on TV 57 Atlanta Live. Her passion is mentoring and encouraging young women. She is the founder of Wailing Women International and Healing What Is Hidden.
First Lady Reed is a graduate of Georgia State University with degrees in both Psychology and Sociology; she is also a veteran of the United States Air Force. She is married to the Honorable Bishop Robert Reed and mother of three, Caleb (deceased), Cristen and Anaiah.
As a servant, she has purposed in her heart to always serve God, stay faithful, be led of God’s spirit and honor the Lord with all of her substance.
First Lady Reed enjoys her work in supporting her husband in ministry. She leads the Women's Ministry, also known as Wailing Women. Wailing Women International is a ministry that seeks to encourage and empower women in ministry. This includes a wide spectrum of women from all walks of life, from Pastors wives, women that hold the office of pastor and everywhere in between.
This gathering of women provides a place of safety and encouragement,as well as stress the importance of prayer and support for every woman by hosting an annual Women's Conference - Healing What Is Hidden.
She is happily married to Bishop Robert D. Reed, Senior Pastor of Pleasant Word Christian Center International in Atlanta, GA and is the proud mother of three, Caleb (deceased), Cristen and Anaiah.
Healing What Is Hidden was birthed out of my own personal pain and deliverance. It is the result of God telling me “now go free your sisters.” It is meant to be a conduit in which women who are bound, especially by shame and secrecy, may be set free- A safe place where women who are hurting can release their heavy burden and walk in their divine destiny.
I thank God for meeting us here and doing exceeding, abundantly above that which we could ask or think. Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.