Reverend Glenda Butler was born to the late J.W. Gambrell, Sr. & Sammie M. Whittaker Gambrell of Diboll, TX. The second child of four children. She presently resides in Diboll, TX. One of God's called out, chosen and anointed women of God with purpose. She is a member of B.O.L.U.F.C., Inc. and also a member of Ministerial Alliance Org. She is Vice-President/Service Coordinator for ANEW Pathways 501c3 (non-profit) Org. Reverend Glenda Butler is an ordained minister, license issued by Victory New Testament Fellowship International of Mesquite, TX, chartered since 1953. And she is also an official representative for V.N.T.F.I.
Reverend Glenda Butler was employed by Woodland Heights Medical Center for 18 years, where she worked as a unit coordinator and out-patient lab tech. A former member of The Chamber of Commerce of Angelina County. A former member of the Angelina County Ministers Prayer Fellowship Org. Rev. Glenda Butler received her certification in Phlebotomy and as a unit secretary from Angelina College in Lufkin, TX, and her certification in Visualized Bible Course by correspondence.
A "Graduate of Biblical Studies" from Liberty University, Rev Glenda Butler is the founder and CEO of Garden of Eden, a Teaching & Family Ministry, founded in 1999.
Rev. Butler received a Humanitarian Award by TLOD, Inc. Feb. 21, 2009 for Women in the Ministry and Community Service. Rev. Glenda Butler graduated from Oval Bible College in Lawerenceville, GA, January 30, 2014 with her Bachelor of Theology Degree (Th.B.) with Honors: Summa Cum Laude.
Ministering for more than 37 years, she is fully equipped and mature in experiential knowledge and faith in God. Rev. Butler is individualistic, with a style all her own, she delivers the Word with power, boldness and enthusiasm. Her vibrant personality and presentation reaches young and old alike.
She is the wife of the distinguished Mr. Charles Butler. She is the proud mother of two daughters Cedric and Nora, and one son, James. The grandmother of eight and the greatgrandmother of eight. Her greatest desire is to be a good wife, mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother and leader, but most of all to be the servant that God has called her to be.
Reverend Butler's words for due seasons: Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths. ----- Proverbs 3:5-6 -----