Part 1 & 2 – Black Women and Faith

In Part 1  These Three Things Host Sharrona Reaves has an in-depth discussion on Faith with 4 believers who share the importance of their faith.

Sandra Stevens Smalls

Founder and Visionary of S3 Unstoppable Faith Movement

About Sandra Stevens Smalls

Being confident of this very thing, that he which begin a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ. – Philippians 1.6

Sandra Stevens Smalls born in Savannah, Georgia but was raised in Midway, Georgia in the Seabrook Community. She’s is the daughter of the late Deacon Paige Stevens Jr. and Sister Anna Stevens. She’s the youngest of her siblings Bobby L. Stevens and the late Randolph K. Stevens.

Her first and most important ministry is her two children Ashley Roberson (Chris) and Nathaniel D. Smalls and her three grandchildren “CJ” Julius Christopher Roberson III, Wesley Paige Roberson and Andrew Lennox Roberson. She’s affectionately known as auntie to Alexis Stevens. Sandra accepted Christ at an early age at Palmyra Missionary Baptist Church. She’s has an extensive portfolio assisting many Ministries throughout the body of Christ but most importantly she’s a Woman of God. She a Woman of Faith. She’s fearfully and wonderfully made. She believes every promise that God has made is available for her. She know it’s in Him that she live, she move and she have her being.

Sandra has a passion for all people to experience the full manifestation of the triune God. Through her life testimonies she strives to impact others to expand their faith and speak life when death is not an option but a choice. Her ministry focuses on Faith and Healing. She passionately tells that the power of life and death is in the tongue. She’s knows that The Blood Still Works! She’s a Conqueror! She’s Victorious! She’s Unstoppable Faith! She’s A Real Testimony! She’s the founder of S3 Unstoppable Faith Movement! Connect with her at or email or follow her on her social media Facebook at S3 Unstoppable Faith Movement or Instagram at Sandra Stevens Smalls.

Dionne Jones

Dionne is a wife, mother of a son and two daughters. She is the blood bought daughter of the King of Kings. Dionne resides in Savannah, GA and spends her spare time with family and friends

Takeisha Brown

Takeshia received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Communication with a concentration in Media studies from the College of Charleston and a Master of Education in Counselor Education with a certificate in College Counseling and Student Affairs from The Citadel Graduate College. As Director, her responsibilities entail oversight of the department’s vision, mission, and goals as related to the University’s strategic pillars.

Georgette Jackson

Georgette Jackson is a writer, author, entrepreneur and homeless advocate. She’s the mother of 3 children, a son and two daughters who have all gone on to be with the Lord. She’s affectionately known as Nana to her five grandchildren.

Georgette is the founder of a nonprofit, Divine Rest, Incorporated. The goal is to one day purchase a home to help homeless women get back on their feet. Georgette is employed at Crystal Clear Creations as the Director of Operations. She also started a Podcast “Get a Grip” to encourage those dealing with loss.

Georgette is a faithful member of Impact Church of Savannah where she serves as a greeter.

Georgette loves to read, write, listen to music, and spend quality time with family and friends. She is known as a good listener. As much as Georgette enjoys doing all of the above, she also values her alone time as she steals away from the noise and hustle and bustle of life to give space to sitting quietly to talk and hear from God