MARY E. BANKS is a Christian. She is also a prayer warrior. She knows that success is sharing who you are with others.
Mary's mission is to tell people that God loves them and to remind them just who they are in Christ. She wants people to know that the only faith that we have is our actions and our conversation. Our desires won't mean anything to God or other people until they mean everything to us.
She has been teaching bible classes for over 20 years and discusses the application to daily living. In her writing she compels people to make the best out of whatever you've got. She stresses that a true spiritual being will love and never hate anyone.
Mary accepted the lord as her personal Savior as a young girl. She has been called to teach and evangelize about the Word of God. As a part of her mandate, she travels to hospitals on intercessory prayer missions. She is also a mobile notary public who makes house calls to the sick and shut in. Mary has a bachelor's degree in management communications from DePaul University. She also has a master's degree in biblical studies. She has associates in Stenography and legal Secretarial Science. She also received her Doctorate in Divinity.
Mary spent 30 years working in law enforcement as an Administrator and Stenographer while also serving voluntarily in various capacities in the local church. She works diligently in her community passing out free food, face masks and sanitizer during the pandemic. She has volunteered as a secretary of her block club alongside her husband who is the president for many years. Mary served as a parent volunteer in the Chicago public and private schools. Mary also tutored and mentored teenagers in several Chicago public high schools. She works as a background actor for television. Her first edition of her book, "An Attitude of Expectancy", the series, rated 8.93 by the critics and is online at Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com. She is also the author of "Secure Woman". She has 4 books that are published. Mary enjoys writing and traveling. Her favorite exercises are walking and jogging. She wants everyone to know that difficult situations must be examined; because it is healthy to recognize it without avoidance. In her book, she explains that some of our problems may be there for a very long time in order to teach us and to see how long it takes our hearts to become humble. She has taught her students to be the change that they want to see in the world.