Elder Priscilla Lyons is married to Apostle Lee A. Lyons and has two children: Loren Ashli and Jordan Gregory. Elder Lyons is originally a native of Fort Myers, Florida. At the age of 16, she matriculated to Clark College in Atlanta Georgia where she received a BA degree in Psychology. Additionally, she received her Master’s of Social Work degree from Atlanta University. Currently, she is employed with the Department of Health as a Senior Case Manager with the Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program.
Elder Lyons gave her life to the Lord at an early age. She sang in the choir and enjoyed making others laugh by being a part of several local thespian groups. While in college she was a part of the inter Varsity Christian Campus Ministry and sang in the Atlanta University Gospel Choir. She was a member of Atlanta Metropolitan Church under the leadership of Bishop Flynn Johnson for 19 years. During her nineteen (19) year tenure at Atlanta Metro, she was a part of the Intercessory Prayer Ministry.
“Keep it moving...” — Elder Priscilla Lyons
Elder Lyons believes that the “Glory and Power of God must be revealed through the body of Christ”. She feels that Prayer is one of the tools that God has given the body of Christ to aid in his glory being revealed in the earth. Elder Lyons vividly recalls when the lord called her to a life of Intercession, while doing an internship in New Haven Connecticut in 1984. She feels that this was a divine set-up and as a result an urgency to pray was birthed out of it. Her God given motto in life is “Keep It Moving”, despite what is going on around and in your life.