Liz Kingsley is a Wife, Mother, Author, an anointed Preacher and Teacher of God’s Word.
Aside from her work within the RCCG, where she serves alongside her husband and under her General Overseer and other RCCG Leadership, she runs an organisation called Safe Arms which was borne out of the research she conducted at Middlesex University.
In Nigeria She is the first African woman to lead the Church in an open campaign against domestic violence and runs an annual empowerment retreat for victims of domestic violence. She empowers women with skill training programs and free medical support in Nigeria in order to reduce the rate of abuse. She also runs training programs on domestic violence for Pentecostal leaders in Nigeria.
In the UK, she has partnered with National Black Crown Prosecution Association, Women’s aid, Oxleas and NHS to create awareness of domestic violence in BME Pentecostal communities and runs training programs for BME Faith and Secular leaders in the issues of domestic violence. She works voluntarily with her local Shelter to provide Pamper Therapy and Skill Training for victims of domestic abuse.
Liz Kingsley has authored two books on abuse “Becoming a Cornerstone” and “A Resource on Domestic Violence for Christian Leaders and Counsellors”.
She is married to Pastor Segun Kingsley and together they have 2 children