Our First Lady

First Lady Satjiko Nicholson came to know the Lord Jesus as her personal savior at the age of 14. She matured in her salvation and became active in several capacities in her local assembly and later ventured out to serve on a state level within the Youth, Missionary, and Ministers’ and Deacons’ Wives auxiliaries of the Illinois District Council of the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World, Inc.

Placing value in the benefits of lifelong learning, Lady Nicholson has studied at Cortez Peters Business School, Dale Carnegie & Associates, Capri Cosmetology Institute and Moody Bible Institute, all located in Chicago for her personal and spiritual growth and development. She is currently pursuing a degree in Holistic Nutrition at Clayton College of Natural Health.

First Lady Nicholson worked in corporate America for 12 years with AT&T Communications and HART SCHAFFNER & MARX. She later left corporate America and embraced a desire for entrepreneurial expansion. She successfully owned and operated the Silk Touch Salon and after 5 years in business decided to close her business to support her husband’s full-time ministry.

Yielding to the voice of God, she accepted her call to the ministry in 1999 and ministers the Word of God with a practical but powerful approach that can be applied to one’s everyday life. She is admired as a cheerful, encouraging woman of God who possesses a heart for God’s people and those who are hurting and in need of the healing power of Jesus Christ. Lady Nicholson not only displays her concern for the body of Christ at large, but she also presides over the Family Worship Center’s Women of Worship. She is the founder and teacher of “The Preacher’s Wife” enrichment course, which is designed to expose the tactics of the adversary and bring clarity, revelation, and wisdom to equip the minister’s wife to address the complex issues that preacher’s wives and their families face.

She is the recipient of the distinguished Dorcas Fellowship Award and an honoree of the National Hook-up of Black Women, Inc., an organization whose national agenda dedicates itself to improving the lives of women and their families through support of the arts, culture, health and human service initiatives.

She has been happily married to District Elder Noah L. Nicholson, II since 1983 and nurtures their two sons - Noah and Joshua. Lady Nicholson counts it an honor, a privilege, a challenge and most of all a ministry to be the wife of an International Evangelist and Pastor. She has found strength and encouragement while supporting her husband’s entrepreneurial endeavors and his various ministry assignments. She is enjoying salvation in her youth, grateful to be found in the hands of the Potter and included in the body of Christ!

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