Enna A. Bachelor
Minister, author, and Notary in Detroit, Michigan
Enna Bachelor is a working mother born and raised in Detroit, MI. Enna is a member of Lighthouse Community Church of Detroit where the pastor is Lemar A. Tabb. Under his leadership she has seen great spiritual growth and accepted a calling to the ministry. On May 20, 2012 she preached her initial sermon and was licensed to preach the gospel. She currently serves as Minister of Administration. Women’s Ministry Facilitator, and Sunday School Teacher. She is an active member at LHCC and enjoys serving wherever she can make a positive contribution.
ENNA is a proud graduate of Cass Technical High School and received a bachelor's degree in Business Management from Grand Valley State University. Called to serve as an intercessor, she is developing a thriving prayer ministry which God is blessing in a mighty way. Her passion is encouraging and exhorting God’s people, especially women. She also facilitates workshops for a variety of groups where she uses her gifts of encouragement and exhortation to inspire, uplift, and edify the body of Christ. Minister Bachelor loves to write! She currently authors blogs on Life Coaching, Prayer and Leadership where she seeks to encourage and empower others.
Her favorite scripture is Hebrews 11:6, But without faith it is impossible to please him; for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him!
In 2015 Enna published her first book entitled, "Prayer Therapy - 21 Steps to the Throne of Grace." This life changing book is a 21-day devotional which seeks to encourage readers to revive/renew/refresh their prayer lives through establishing the habit of intentional prayer.
Enna is owner of The Document Services Group which provides notary and virtual assistant services to clients in Southeast Michigan. She is also a Life Coach and owner of MasterPeace Mindset Life Coaching who helps people tap into their treasure by creating a success strategy to people evolve into improved versions of themselves.