Pastor Sharon Diane Lea-Farrish was born August 31, to Harry Lea Sr. and the late Frances Pulliam Lea. They had five children to their union; Pastor Farrish is the youngest. Pastor Farrish accepted her calling in March, 2006. She was anointed to preach (Isaiah 61:1) the Gospel by God; she did her initial Sermon on December 31, 2006 and was ordained on March 2, 2008. She has been going on in the name of the Lord every since. On November 30, 2010, she was certified on Spiritual Warfare at GG Bloomers School of Ministry in association with Christian Outreach Bible Institute; Pastor Farrish is currently enroll at Love Fellowship Bible College, working on her plan to further her education in Theological Study. Pastor Farrish does Nursing Home Ministry and Women Counseling Ministry. She received an Associate Degree in the Theology July 2017. She believe that every day you can tell someone about the goodness of Jesus is a Ministry.
Pastor Farrish is married to Moses Antonio Farrish Sr. and to their union together, they have five children and eight grandchildren; one daughter, Tierra Freeney, preceded them in death.
She started on her Christian Journey as a youth at Patillo Congregational Church at an early age. After going astray for some years, (Jesus is married to the backslider), she reunited back to Christ in August, 1994 and joined Warren’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church in 1995 under the Spiritual Man of God, Pastor James W. Brown, whom she love and trust as her Leader, Instructor, Teacher, Preacher and Pastor (and by the way, he can sing too). She served at Warren’s Chapel as a Minister, member of the Usher Board, Senior Choir, Youth Dept., Youth Choir Director, J.W. Brown Choir Director, Sunday School Teacher, Intercessory Prayer Warrior and Secretary of the Ministers and Teachers Class.
Pastor Farrish gives Honor to her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She would like to thank God for all that He has done for her; most importantly she thank Him just for who He is. She count it an Honor that He allowed her to be the Shepherd at Olive Hill Missionary Baptist Church; she prays that the people will not see her, but see God. She believes that you have to totally trust even when you can’t trace God. One of her favorite sayings is “I love Jesus and He loves me because we have a relationship”. She is so thankful for the presence of the Holy Spirit that lives within.
“It is the anointing that makes a difference”
Romans 1:16 For I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek.