Mone' Ministries

Illinois

Latishia Moné Harris was born to parents Michelle and Charles H. Harris, Jr, on January 6th, 1989. Moné was a faithful member of the Love Outreach A.M.E Kingdom Kids and youth choir, under the leadership of; Rev Lucille Berry and Rev Lillie Cullar, for her entire childhood. At the age of 14, she later became a member of Philadelphia Holiness Full Gospel Baptist Church, under the leadership of Pastor Lue Mattie Johnson; where she continued to share her gift and love of music.

It was not until 2007, when Moné realized that she not only wanted, but needed more of God. She became a covenanter of Higher Call International Ministries, under the leadership of Apostle Glen J. Prince and Pastor Charlene J. Prince. “Everything you need to become whatever you desire to become to advance the Kingdom, IS ALREADY INSIDE OF YOU!” – were the words spoken into her life by Pastor Charlene J. Prince. It was soon after hearing those words that Moné began to tap into the potential lying dormant within her, and now serves faithfully as the Minister of Music. Moné is now writing, crafting songs, and allowing God to use her in ways she never before imagined possible.

What’s within Moné?

A Servant:
Moné has allowed God to be the ultimate ruler of her life. She endeavors to be led by Him, follow His voice, and move at His command. As she continues to grow, she has taken a stand for- and is releasing a sound that will impact the lives of people near and far.

... A Minister/Messenger:
Moné enjoys sharing the gospel and message of Jesus Christ through music, and understands what is needed, now. Moné has resolved to the listen to the voice of God and move and speak, only what the Lord gives her to speak and sing.

A Psalmist/Worshipper:
Moné seeks the heart of the Father through her worship. She moves beyond her current circumstances and presses to release a sound that will Glorify the Lord. Building upon where she has been and the life that she has lived, Moné fully considers that if it were not for the grace of God, “there go I,” and pushes beyond her natural ability to touch the heart of the Father.

  • Work
    • Praise and Worship