Praise 93.3 logo
Get our free mobile app

Pastor Regina Peoples, a dynamic and multifaceted leader, has added another significant achievement to her illustrious career. Her new book, "From Trashed to Treasured," captures her transformative journey and aims to inspire readers to find value and purpose in their lives, no matter their past circumstances.

Born in Aliceville, Alabama, and resides in Northport, Pastor Peoples' life has been a testament to resilience and faith. The youngest daughter of the late Willie James and Sallie Mae Hughes, she has always been deeply rooted in her community. A proud graduate of Aliceville High School's class of 1994, she went on to earn her Bachelor of Science degree from Alabama A&M University and later a Master of Art in Instructional Leadership from the University of Alabama, graduating with honors from both institutions.

Pastor Peoples' journey into ministry began in 1996 under the mentorship of Prophetess Geneva McGee through the Daughters of Zion Ministry. The following year, she received the baptism of the Holy Ghost at Shabah Evangelist Church, a pivotal moment that solidified her calling. She was ordained as a pastor by Pastor Vanskie Montaie and eventually founded the Prophetic Praise and Worship Center in Huntsville, Alabama.

In addition to her ministry, Pastor Peoples dedicated fourteen years to teaching in the Huntsville City School System before relocating to Tuscaloosa, where she continued to teach and then transitioned to full-time ministry. Her commitment to education and spiritual guidance has left an indelible mark on both her students and congregation.

Currently, Pastor Peoples leads The Apostolic Believers Church of Jesus Christ in Northport, Alabama, alongside her husband, Pastor Carl Peoples. Together, they nurture their family, including three children, a granddaughter, a foster child, and a niece. Her family is a cornerstone of her strength and a source of her unwavering dedication to her community.

"From Trashed to Treasured" is more than just a book; it is a reflection of Pastor Peoples' life and her belief in the potential for redemption and transformation. Her story is one of overcoming adversity, finding faith, and turning life's challenges into opportunities for growth. This book offers readers a glimpse into her personal experiences and the lessons she has learned along the way.

In addition to her writing, Pastor Peoples is a mentor and educator, teaching others how to write and publish their own stories. Her talents extend to poetry, for which she has received acclaim, and she has been recognized with the Nick's Kids Teaching Award during her tenure with the Tuscaloosa City Schools system.

Pastor Peoples' entrepreneurial spirit is evident in her various ventures, including her Mary Kay Skin Care Products business, cake baking, and t-shirt making. Her dedication to service is further exemplified by her role as President of Pastors Reaching Out Team Inc, a non-profit organization focused on community assistance.

Looking ahead, Pastor Peoples plans to pursue a Doctoral Degree in Ministry, further solidifying her commitment to spiritual leadership and education. Her book, "From Trashed to Treasured," is a beacon of hope and a testament to the power of faith, resilience, and the belief that everyone has a divine purpose.

In a world often marked by struggles and setbacks, Pastor Regina Peoples' story is a reminder that transformation is possible. Her new book is not just a reflection of her journey but an invitation for others to embark on their own path from being 'trashed' by life’s challenges to being 'treasured' for their intrinsic worth and potential.

These 10 Car Brands Have the Most Speeding Tickets

Gallery Credit: DreDay

More From Praise 93.3