Lady Tasha Stafford

lady-tasha-stafford-bioLady Tasha Stafford gave her life to Christ as a young woman at Wesley AME Church in Harrisburg, PA under the Leadership of Rev. Frederick B. Massey. She was called to serve with her husband, Pastor, W.L. Stafford, Sr. as the First Lady of Fellowship Christian Center Church (F3C) formally known as Fellowship Baptist Church of Allen in June 2004. After serving as First Lady for 4 years, Lady Stafford accepted her call into Ministry and was licensed in October 2008. She was later ordained in August 2009.

Lady Stafford considers it an honor and a privilege to walk worthy of the calling on her life at F3C. God has blessed Lady Stafford with many gifts and talents that she is using towards Kingdom Building at F3C. She dedicates her time and talents to the Lord by strongly supporting her husband, Pastor W. L. Stafford, Sr. and serves as a member of the Associate Minister’s Ministry, Women Justified by Faith Ministry (WJBF) Director, Fellowship Intercessory Prayer Leader and Instructor for the F3C Prayer- Deliverance-Intercession Class.

God blessed her to be one of 9 First Ladies recognized as an “Unsung Hero” within her community by the Eta Phi Beta Sorority in May of 2008. She was also featured in the December 2008 Epitome Magazine and was the honored recipient of the 2008 Testimony of the Year Award. She received a Certificate in the Ministry of Intercession from Prayer Fast International Ministries and has earned a Bachelors Degree from Virginia State University and Master’s Degree from George Mason University. She has served as the Guest Speaker at Women’s Events at churches throughout the U.S. She has a passion to see Women healed and set free through the Word of God.

Lady Stafford and Dr. W.L. Stafford, Sr. Ed.D. have been blessed with two sons: Wayne L. Stafford, Jr. and Nathan Wayne.

Her favorite scripture verse is Hebrews 12:1: “Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles, and let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us.”