The gift of inspiration is harnessed best by individuals displaying a strong propensity for helping others transform their own lives. Gifted with this virtue in nonpareil measure; is the compassionate professional, Krystal Henry. Krystal is an author, success coach, cleric, accountant, CEO and founder of EMPOWER-MINT.ORG, a multi-dimensional coaching hub, offering solutions, strategy, and inspiration, to a diverse clientele. She is often known for an innate ability in leading others "from what if, to what is." Having overcome life-changing battles with covid, cancer, infertility, and much more; Krystal proves herself an unfeigned survivalist, equipped in changing lives, for the better. She is member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Incorporated; a graduate of Paul Quinn College with a BS in Accounting. Krystal Henry combines a passionate career in coaching, community involvement, and creative vocations. She is a Tony Gaskin’s Certified Life Coach, with more than two decades of experience in inspirational teaching, speaking, and workshop facilitation. As a philanthropic voice in both local and global communities, Krystal is the leading lady of Power of the Gospel Ministries, alongside her husband Rev. Redd. Together they inspire the masses, on the trailblazing “Power Lift Podcast”. As an effervescent creative, and Amazon Best Selling author of the inspirational manuscripts: “The Elements of You” and “Made to Lead Millions”. She has also co-authored in, “Letters to the First Lady: Devotional for Pastor’s Wives & Women Married to Ministry Leaders”, Volume One, “Jump Start Your Mind” and The Success Chronicles: Volume One; all organic expositions of an authentic passion, for people. Krystal has appeared on Late Night with Sherida Lovelace, the Red Room with Shay Samuels and The LeKeisha Mosley shows. She has been featured in ShoutOut Atlanta, The Wealthy Coach, and Head & Soul Magazines. Her effervescent “voice frames your success” as one of the Co-Founders of THESUCCESSTANK.CLUB on Clubhouse. Krystal is an asset to her local communal body, and a loving member of her family and friendship circles. Krystal Henry. Leader. Organizer. Philanthropist.
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I ran down the hall into the bathroom, trying not to let them see how upset I really was. It was truly a setup! An ambush! “Not again,” I thought as the tears ran down my face and into the basin. I turned the water on high so that the sounds of my sobs could be shielded. Why would she do this? Why would they gather together against me? I was the First Lady, Evangelist, Teacher, Prophetess, and prominent leader in this ministry. They all came against me. Methodically, one by one. There it was again, hurt, rearing its ugly head. Why do I keep experiencing hurt from the people of God that are supposed to love one another So, after gathering myself together, I was hoping they would be gone. I was in the bathroom at least 10 minutes or more. When I unlocked the door and looked out, they were all still there. Shame hit me right then. Did I really deserve this treatment? I was not ready for another confrontation. I walked towards the one who had said previously, leading women was what she was called to do. And it was her who set up the meeting for all the ladies in the church that day. I was speechless! She stated, “We needed to get this taken care of.” So, I went to sit back down in the meeting room. There, I cried some more. After hearing all these complaints, I suddenly realized that every complaint was about me! This incident happened so many years ago, but it was truly a classroom for me to grow in my leadership skills. So sometimes, as leaders, we make the mistake of ruling by titles instead of by leadership skills and knowledge, and this is what I was doing.
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1. I am a TIKTOKker that loves to make funny videos with my husband. Connect with us @teamsexxxy!
2. I love DIY for my home.
3. I am a tea connoisseur! Some of my favorite flavors are ginger, turmeric, and earl grey with cream!
4. My son sends his friends to me for life and love coaching. (Even if it’s about him)
5. I am an Accountant. Yes, it’s boring, but I’m not!
6. I love to design centerpieces and flower arrangements!
7. I used to be a dancer and cheerleader from age 4 to 24.
8. I am a food connoisseur, who loves to visit new restaurants.
9. I am a first-generation pastor.
10. I love audible books because I love to listen and workout.