Stephannie Solomon is a native Baltimorean and a member of one of Baltimore’sUnited Baptist Church, where her husband, Rev. Carl J. Solomon pastors.
Her response to God’s call on her life has afforded her opportunities to minister in local prisons, with local street witnessing teams, to local and Jamaican youth, to new converts, and to various discipleship groups. She is often invited to share what the Lord has given to her at retreats, conferences and work shops. Having a strong burden to see Christians grow from God’s word and the call to teach the Lord’s people, Mrs. Solomon established Conversations With The King Ministries, Inc. in January 2000. Its name was influenced by her first publication, Conversations With The King and Study Guide. Along with its companion prayer cd, Prayers To The King, her second book, Living With The King, and her annual coed Disciples Retreat, these ministry assignments have proven to be practical and viable tools that strengthen the people of God.
This anointed writer is a contributing author to Sister To Sister: Devotions For and From African American Women and the book Sister Strength. Readers of Unity In the Spirit magazine and of her website’, Writing What The Spirit Says’, have also been blessed by her topical writings. Her passion for putting pen to paper is of great assistance to industrious individuals seeking a ghostwriter to pen their thoughts.
She attained a Bachelor of Science degree from Towson State University in Elementary School Education and a Master of Science degree from Morgan State University in Elementary/Middle School Education with a Concentration in Middle School Mathematics. Having been awarded Teacher of the Year in 1992 from a Baltimore City school and Female Teacher of the Year in 2005 from a Baltimore County school, Mrs. Solomon loves how Scripture unfolds in her life, particularly 1 Corinthians 2:5, ’’that her faith should never stand in the wisdom of people, but always in the matchless power of God’.