2023 Onyx Woman Leadership Award Honoree Pastor Dorothy Stubbs


Pastor Dorothy Stubbs is grateful for her foundation, as she was taught as a child to trust in the Lord, and at 21, she accepted Jesus Christ as her personal Savior. Because of her foundation, when she strayed away, God brought her back. She has always loved Bible Study and singing in the choir. Her love for Bible Study has carried over into adulthood, as she enjoyed teaching the Youth Bible Study. Pastor Stubbs is the proud Pastor of New Evangelistic Ministries in Duquesne, PA, and the proud International Director of Evangelism with KDFI. Her cup flows over with love for the youth, as she was a tremendous servant leader with the Amachi Program. She also served as Volunteer Chaplain at the Allegheny County Jail. Rev. Stubbs is the founder of Lost But Not Forgotten Outreach. She has been a producer for PCTV for a few years. Rev. Stubbs is an official visitor to the prison society. She has proudly worked with young people who are autistic. Pastor Stubbs loves Mathew 25:31-40, where Jesus says to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, and work hard to meet the people where they are without judgment.

Pastor Dorothy attended Allegheny Community College, where she earned her Associate’s Degree in Dietary. She attended Geneva College, majoring in Community Ministry, graduating in May 2005. In 2015, Pastor Dorothy Stubbs graduated with a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and attended the School of Theology in New York in 2021.

Pastor Dorothy is the mother of two children, Courtland Kenley and Latoya Austin. She has three grandsons and two great-grandsons.

“I can do all things through Christ that strengthens me.”

This year our focus is on leadership and self-care. We asked our leadership honorees to tell us how they incorporate self-care into their busy life.

I focus on my journey, which is never-ending and yet still bright. My age is only proof of progress, and the best is yet to come. I now know that greater is He that is in me than he that is in the world. How I see myself is more important than how others see me. I focus by looking ahead daily, understanding that I am still learning about my destiny. My quiet time, prayer time, family time, and travel time are a must. I often sit under the Word and other leaders who pour into me; I understand an empty cup cannot pour. I often get advice from other leaders and mentors on how to lead in challenging areas. I understand that disappointments and loss of friends and loved ones do not have any authority over my journey.

To register for the awards reception, click on the link:https://onyxwoman.com/2023-onyx-woman-leadership-awards-registration/

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