Lady Tiffany A. Barnett was born on October 2, 1971 to Raymond Miles and Zesta Fuller, both deceased. She was educated in the Caswell County Public Schools System and furthered her education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Lady Barnett was baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and received the gift of the Holy Ghost on February 6, 1994, under the leadership of Pastor Glenn McDonald of Landmark Apostolic Church.
Lady Barnett was joined in holy matrimony to Pastor Troy Barnett on October 3, 1994, and moved to Massachusetts where their two beautiful daughters, Tiana and Taylor, were born. Lady Barnett home educated their daughters from birth to the fourth and fifth grade while pursuing a Masters degree in Elementary Education from Lesley University.
God allowed Lady Barnett to continue to grow spiritually and serve diligently at Greater Faithful Apostolic Ministries, under the pastoral leadership of the late Bishop Hurshel Langham. While in Massachusetts, Lady Barnett was a faithful and active member and served as the Young People’s Co-President, Nursery Class Sunday School Teacher, Co-Leader of The King’s Daughters, and student of Ministry of Apostolic Training and Education (MATE).
In 2007, the Barnett family relocated to Baltimore, Maryland. Lady Barnett continues to grow spiritually at Refuge Way of the Cross Church of Christ where Bishop Leroy H. Cannady, Sr. is the Senior Pastor and Founder. Lady Barnett continues to be a faithful and active member, serving as the Women’s Ministry President, Sunday School Assistant Superintendent, and member of the Missionary Board. Lady Barnett’s passion for Women’s Ministry allows her to encourage, motivate and inspire women, of all ages, as they grow spiritually and naturally.
Lady Barnett recently retired as an educator with over 15 years of experience. She has taught in the public and private sectors, grades two through eight, and served as an elementary and middle school principal.
Lady Barnett gladly embraces her call to support her loving husband in ministry. She is committed to working alongside Pastor Barnett to empower the youth, promote the value of a personal relationship with God, strong marriages and family relationships, as well as to help spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the community.
Lady Barnett’s favorite scripture is Psalm 34:8 “O taste and see that the Lord is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.”