She will be home for the holidays!
Debra Richards, ordained minister and new North Collin County Habitat for Humanity homeowner will greet attendees at the dedication of her new home on Saturday, December 14 at 3 p.m. at 1003 Healy St., McKinney.
Her position as lead teacher at Holy Family School in McKinney since June, 2011, her work as a minister, and the time she shares with her family keep her very busy. She is the mother of three grown daughters, Tiffani, Danita, and Terhaneicha, and the proud grandmother of Kyran, 9, Legend, 9 months, and a third one on the way.
A survivor of Lyle’s Lymphoma (cancer), Debra has learned to trust in God for direction in her life. On January 8, 2008, a near-death experience sparked an awakening in her personal relationship with God. She is a graduate of Eagles International Training Institute and is an ordained Minister of Dance. She serves as founder and choreographer of Worth Warfare Warrior traveling dance ministry. She serves as a missionary with Majesty International Ministry and Bear Creek Community Church.
Debra travels to cities and states inspiring others with dance ministries while teaching the biblical foundations of dance. While on a mission trip to Trinidad and Tobago, Minister Debra had the opportunity to work in the teen/women’s prison and orphanage. She was instrumental in leading 25 women prisoners to discover Christianity.
Partners in building this home include: Creekwood United Methodist Church, First United Methodist Church, Allen, First United Methodist Church McKinney, Stonebridge United Methodist Church, Suncreek United Methodist Church, Viewpoint Bank and Prosper Bank.
All dedications are open to the public.