Vicki Kemp’s calling on her life. She encourages the people of God to embrace the “secret place” and experience the power of prayer. Through God’s healing power, she testifies “Prayer works.” Lady Kemp serves as the Women’s Ministry Administrator; she has a passion for encouraging women to be stronger emotionally, mentally, and spiritually. She also provides leadership on the Board of Scholastic Education of Greater Harvest Christian Center where she devotes her time to developing educational strategies to help students win. She also served Kern High School as a youth empowerment speaker for Young Women Empowered for Leadership. She formerly served on the Board of Directors of Bakersfield Senior Center of Kern County.
She has been married to her husband and friend Bishop Vernon Kemp for 31 years and is blessed with gifted and educated children.
Lady Kemp humbly received her Evangelist License in December 2004. God has graced her to travel and minister the gospel of Jesus Christ. On August 1, 2018, Lady Kemp retired after 17 years as a full-time employee for Kern Regional Center in Bakersfield, CA where she served as a social worker for the special needs population of Kern County. Lady Kemp earned her bachelor’s degree in liberal studies from California State University Bakersfield in 1996.
Along with her spiritual accomplishments, Lady Kemp is the author of Better than Yesterday: Proverbs of a Woman’s Heart. Her book launched on June 21, 2018, and was selected for inclusion in the permanent collection by the Library of Congress on November 21, 2018, one of the highest honors an author can achieve. Her newest book release “Grace In Deep Waters” is also In the Library of Congress. Christian Living Books, Inc. also awarded her the distinction, of Best-Selling Author.
You can connect with Lady Kemp and join the conversation on her Saving Our Sisters podcast listed as VickiLKemp’s Podcast, heard on Deezer, Iheartradio, Pandora, Amazon Music, Apple Podcast, Google Play, and Spotify. Through these podcasts and her weekly prayer on Facebook live entitled “Early Will I Seek Thee,” she empowers women to evolve and become better.