PROPHETIC IMPACT with Prophetess Kendria Moore
Sundays at 10:00 a.m.
While in the 8th grade Kendria and her mom formed a youth organization in East Texas entitled UNITY GOSPEL PRODUCTIONS, (“United Neighborhoods Inspiring the Youth”). With this organization, she also wrote, directed, and directed several Gospel plays at the Longview Community Center allowing the youth to express themselves through acting, dancing and singing. Once she graduated, she became a Charles Gilpin Player in 1996 at Prairie View A & M University, for the Theatre Arts Department where she staged managed and acted for several productions. Diring this same year, she also joined BSM- Baptist Student Movement Choir where she competed in a competition in Atlanta, Georgia in 1998 and performed for Coretta Scott King, the wife of the late, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In 1998, she was crowned Miss Krimson and Kreme, winning best talent, interview, formal, and swimsuit for the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. Organization. In 1997, she attended the Million Woman March, in Philadelphia, PA, with a local campus group that she was a member of called “Sister’s United.” Also, in 1999, she won first place in a campus Talent Show, performing a Dramatic Interpretation entitled, “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Isn’t Enough.” She was also a member of Student Activities, where she was one of the Personal Assistants for the Isley Brother’s and Patti Labelle during a school function. In 2001, she worked as a paid intern at Channel 13 KTRK in Houston, Texas where she was a Video Operator and a production assistant for the morning news cut-ins and assisted with “The Debra Duncan Show.” She also worked at well-known Christian Station (TBN), where she was the Master Control Operator, camera operator, assisted with directing and much more.
In 2001, she received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communications RATV/Theater Arts from Prairie View A & M University, and in 2010, her Masters of Arts Degree in Telecommunications at Texas Southern University. She became the first student to become a Member of the Intercultural Communications Conference Committee for the Department of Communications at TSU since 2009. One of her greatest accomplishments was her “One Woman Shows” (personal ministry) where she traveled to local churches, acting and singing through the Interpretation of Arts so that the people of God can be saved, set free and delivered from their past hurts. By which, she was later nominated by Dr. Jacqueline Davis-Gilmore a former Professor and Coach to receive an award for the National Women of Achievement Luncheon at Brady’s Landing on April 17, 2010. She also received a “Stella Award” at Texas Southern for maintaining a 4.0 G.P.A. and for high student achievement. She was also nominated for the “Good Life Award,” in Houston, Texas in June, 2013.
Kendria has been writing since the age of twelve. She released her first book, “Single Parent, Who Me?” When a woman has to unexpectedly do it all…ALONE. After writing this book, she became a fulltime Publisher, publishing self help books all over the world, and has been publishing books for over nine years now. She is dedicated in helping others birth their gifts by Hosting Conferences globally and mentoring many men and women, young and old. Kendria has hosted some of the greatest leaders across the nation including, Dr. Juanita Bynum, Dr. Cindy Trimm and Evangelist Jekayln Carr to name a few. Recently, she published her second book “Labeled,” They Said, But What Did God Say,” which is steadily touching lives even today.
Currently, she is a Publicist/PR Manager and works with Executive Producers at Atlanta Alive, Great Day Houston and other global networks. Kendria is the President/CEO of Prophetic Global Ministries and Prophetic Flow Ministries where she travels globally mentoring young prophets teaching them how to properly operate in their prophetic gifts. She is also the Host of “A Global Day of Baptisms” where she will Baptizing 1000 plus individuals and The Host of her own Television Show, “Prophetic Impact.”