has found her work at Fort Street Church to be rewarding because,
as she says, "I know it's my calling at this time."
grew up in the Church of God in Christ and taught, under the leadership
of Bishop Mason, Superintendent Moore and Bishop Bailey. She held
other positions that were rewarding to her, as well, including
those of Clerk Librarian, Video Retailer, Assistant at the Blind
and Physically Disabled Library, Secretary-Administrator for the
Russell Woods Lions Club, as well as entrepreneur of several small
indicates that the church has broadened her understanding of Christ,
in more livable terms, such as the hands-on experience that she
receives here at Fort Street. According to Lola, "The opportunity
to work with the many 'angels' here at Fort Street is a delightful
awakening; food for my soul, sort of."
Lola is not writing spiritual books, she can be found working
in her home business, creating dolls, quilts, freelancing, or
computerizing information into her database. She says, "I
tend to have much energy and, some say, it's associated with my
astrological sign – a water sign (Scorpio). I am an artist
(my first love) and a nature lover. I write music and poetry and,
on occasion, I sing solos at local churches, when I'm invited.
In all honesty, I could be anywhere, at anytime, because I am
prone to be moved by spirit."