Min. Takisha S. Brown
Executive Minister / Executive Administrator
Min. Takisha S. Brown was born and raised in the Bronx, New York by her parents Bro. Robert Brown Sr. and her mother Sis. Evelyn J. Brown. She is the mother of one son, Quincy J. Adams.
She grew up attending worship services with her grandparents Bro. Robert Johnson and Sis. Barbara Johnson at her home church, Loyal Baptist Church, where she served on the youth choir, "The Voices of Praise" under the beloved Rev. Samuel F. Dixon.
Min. Brown was called to ministry in 2007, where she serves under the Rev. Dr. Samuel E. Trusty Sr. In 2008, under Dr. Trusty's leadership, she was asked to construct a young adult choir which she did by the grace of GOD, called Led By Christ (LBC for short). In 2012 Min. Brown received her calling to preach and was guided by her Pastor, Rev. Dr. Samuel E. Trusty. On December 28, 2014, Min. Brown preached her initial sermon and was licensed to preach the gospel. Min. Brown served her church in many areas of ministry; leading both the young adult choir as well as the praise and worship team. Min. Brown has served as the Church's Administrator and Church Clerk for many years. Min. Brown served on the youth department in the capacity of youth counselor and she is an active member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
Min. Brown now serves as the Executive Associate Minister and Executive Administrator. She is now one of the leading matron's within our youth department. Min. Brown is also the facilitator of the New Member's class here at Loyal Baptist Church. She is the brains behind our Kingdom Living Ministry, where we learn to break the generational curse of debt and walk into a life of generational wealth and overflow. She believes in doing things in decency and order, operating in excellence, and she holds everyone who comes in contact with her to the same guidelines set forth by the scripture. She has a love for outreach and a love for people. Min. Brown believes that true ministry begins once you step outside the four walls of the building and into the community. Her favorite scripture is 1 Corinthians 15:33, Do not be mislead: "Bad company corrupts good character."