Let nothing be done through selfish ambition or conceit, but in lowliness of mind let each esteem others better than himself. (Philippians 2:3 NKJV)
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Dr. Arleen A. Fuller appropriately describes herself as a serial entrepreneur.
“I love helping others to find out what their creative gifts are,” Dr. Fuller, 60, during a recent interview with Making Headline News, said, explaining fervent rise in the ever-so-competitive world of entrepreneurship.
To her credit, Dr. Fuller has become a fixture as the CEO of Miracle Deliverance Field Prayer Center, Inc., her Savanah, Georgia-based nonprofit organization that’s nearing its 50th year of existence.
Founded in 1971 by Dr. Fuller’s grandmother, the late Pastor Rachael Catherine Hill Fuller, Pastor Fuller oversaw the day-to-day operations of Miracle Deliverance Field Prayer Center for more than four decades until her death in 2003.
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Dr. Fuller, meanwhile, has become her successor and, much to her delight, God has blessed her mightily to carry out her grandmother’s legacy.
“Our ministry has always has been in the field,” Dr. Fuller said. “Over the last 40 years, I have helped people to get off crack and other substances, out of gangs, domestic violence, and overcoming traumatic events.”
Interestingly, Miracle Deliverance Field Prayer Center has steadily attracted a global presence, having impacted lives in as many as seven countries to date, most notably Ghana West Africa, Lagos Nigeria, Kenya East Africa, Manilla Philippines, Pakistan, and India.
Besides having a massive impact in the Body of Christ, Dr. Fuller is an accomplished cosmetologist whereby she has been a master hair braider for the past 32 years.
“I still have my Master Cosmetology License and I use that for making products,” Dr. Fuller said.
Also, Dr. Fuller is the mastermind behind Arleen Fuller Entertainment WorldWide, Inc., an entertainment company where she serves as a publisher through BMI, a writer and promoter. This venture is comprised of a recording studio, event space, record label, as well as a forthcoming around-the-clock radio and television network that is scheduled to officially launch in October.
“We are creating songs and music to help with music therapy in resetting the mindset,” Dr. Fuller said of Arleen Fuller Entertainment WorldWide, Inc.
And then there’s Transformed To Your Fuller Life Inc., Dr. Fuller’s life coaching business that customarily offers individual and group coaching for various topics.
A native of Savannah, Dr. Fuller holds a Bachelor of Science in Psychology (with an emphasis in Christian Counseling), a Master’s in Christian Ethics and Business Administration, and Ph.D. in Christian Counseling. Each of her advanced education credentials were acquired at Higher Place Christian University (HPCU).
In addition, she is the founder of The Fuller Life System, her Savannah-based coaching system that is scheduled to launch in October along with books, training manuals, and workbooks.
Also, Dr Fuller is the face of P.U.S.H. Rally Movement International, Inc., her rising social justice organization, as well as Wedding Officiant Services of Savannah, Inc., her wedding officiant service, and Arleen Fuller Global Enterprises, which is comprised of each of her business ventures.
“My business and ministries are for everyone,” Dr. Fuller said. “There is something that can reach anyone. When a needle falls into a deep well, many people will look into the well, but few will be ready to go down after it (an African Proverb). I go way beyond to reach that one person. I believe that we are stronger together and that we should not be jealous of one another, especially women.”
That, after all, essentially sums up why Dr. Fuller deems it foregone conclusion to esteem others daily — with God, her Helper, steering the way.
“I esteem and inspire others daily because when I got married at the age of 19 and my husband began to fight me while I was pregnant with our second child at the age of 22, there was no one there for me,” Dr. Fuller recalls. “When I decided to get a divorce at the age of 29, the church rejected me and I went through some unimaginable pain, which was worse than the abuse.”
Still, amid all the turmoil she’s endured over the years, amongst the things Dr. Fuller has never placed by the wayside is her solid faith walk with God.
For her valiant, faithful efforts, God subsequently enlarged her territory.
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So much, in fact, that He’s using her to help enrich and enhance the lives of others, all the while advancing the kingdom in the process.
“I’ve been ordained since I was 25, but was ministering way before then,” Dr. Fuller said. “I made a vow to God on my death bed on March 3, 1998 that I would get back in the church like I was supposed to and not let anything anyone say or do stop me for serving Him. When I realized that I was the church and I reset my mind, I was able to really go through all the tests and challenges of life.”
It is, by all accounts, because of these slews of life-altering challenges that Dr. Fuller has flourished mightily as a serial entrepreneur.
To God be the glory.
For more information about Savannah, Georgia Businesswoman Dr. Arleen A. Fuller, to inquire about her services, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, call 912.335.3193 or connect with her via social media at Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/drarleenafuller. Also, send email to: email@example.com.
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