1st lady latoya bell
LaToya Simone Bell began her walk with the Lord at an early age. Growing up in private, Christian school gave her the fundamentals needed to walk in ministry. She flows in the apostolic anointing and operates under the 5 -fold ministry as a teacher. Young women and children are her passion in ministry. LaToya began her tedious journey through education at Albany State University, then to Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law where she obtained her Juris Doctor and then an LL.M. (Masters of Laws) in Federal Criminal Practice and Procedure. As a member of Mercer University’s inaugural LL.M. class, LaToya is noted as the first African American in the Nation to obtain a Master of Laws degree in this area. This modest, unassuming young lady is a servant leader who believes in providing her clients with zealous advocacy and compassionate service.
She volunteers with several organizations – Hemophilia of Georgia, Ronald McDonald House Charities, and Rebuilding Macon, to name a few. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Federal Circuit Bar Association, Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and many more civic and social organizations. LaToya is the Central Georgia District Director of the Daughters of Promise for the Full Gospel Baptist Church Fellowship under the leadership of Bishop Paul S. Morton. LaToya's joy in life is her family. She is the wife of Overseer Eric L. Bell and has assumed the role of mother to his three children: Breanna, Tamarius and Zackary. LaToya’s believes that a curve in the road doesn’t mean the end of the road unless you fail to make the turn. She lives her life knowing that fear is not an option and abiding by Jeremiah 1:8, "Be not afraid of their faces for I am with thee to deliver thee, saith the Lord."