Sheryl Grace Dorsey – President

  1. How long have you served on the board at the King’s Daughters? ~ As the founder, I have served on the Board since the establishment of the organization in 2011.
  2. What made you want to serve on the board?

My desire to establish the King’s Daughters Ministry came from a vision God granted me on how He chose to use all the experiences in my life to increase His Kingdom and to help heal young women from the devastating effects of trauma and addiction. He has comforted me much from many pains and challenged me to help comfort others (1 Cor. 1:3-4) in ways that are tangible and in ways that will last generations (2 Cor. 6:18).

  1. What do you hope to accomplish in the ministry?

My sincere desire is glorifying God in this ministry every day and to set up strong foundations for this organization that will well outlast my life and breath that it may continue to bring healing, deliverance, and restoration to women and children in need (Ps 145:4; Deut. 6:5-7).

  1. What is your favorite thing about being involved in the King’s Daughters Ministry?

I absolutely love watching God work in and through all involved here. From residents, to staff, to volunteers to community members and circumstances, it is evident that it is His work and He has invited us along to participate and sometimes just to watch and be amazed at His kindness, His provision, and His power and purpose all coming together like a grand symphony (Ps. 24:1). I can’t imagine doing anything else!

  1. What would you like people to know about the work God is doing through the King’s Daughters?

This is not a one-woman show. It takes multiple people with varied gifts, talents, experiences and qualifications to labor in this multifaceted, growing ministry (1 Peter 4:10-11). He does the work but He uses us as the hands and feet of Jesus to offer a cup of cool water in His name to those who thirst in this world for genuine love and compassion that sooths the soul (Mark 9:41; Col. 3:23-24; Ps.126:5).