Barbara Calloway is a Mother, Leader, Prophetess and Teacher of God’s word. She was brought up in ministry, under her father’s tutelage, the late Supt. Edward Calloway Sr. Pastor of Lighthouse COGIC and her mother, the late Missionary Jacquelyn Calloway. At the tender age of just fifteen, she preached her first sermon, and has actively served in ministry for more than 30 years. In October of 2009, Prophetess Calloway heard the voice of God during a revival she was conducting and stepped out in faith, leaving corporate America to accept her calling into full-time ministry.
As a licensed and ordained third generation minister she serves the body of Christ in various ways as a international conference speaker, revivalist and previously as a radio personality as well as the national host of "The Spiritual Awakening Radio & TV Broadcast". She is an anointed singer and songwriter that has recorded various musical projects, as well as a playwright and director of the stage play, Somebody Pray for Me.
Love God. People & Life
-Prophetess Barbara Calloway
Led by God, Prophetess Calloway has hosted local and national worship gatherings, such as the Back to God Revival, When Women Pray Conference, 8 Hours of Prayer and Travail Prayer Service. For the last 15 years she has led The Spiritual Awakening Prayer Call on Tuesdays & Friday's @ 5AM CST where thousands of intercessors around the world gather to call on the name of the Lord. She serves as a mentor for women, as well as a trusted voice of wisdom for Pastors and Leaders. Prophetess Calloway finds great joy serving in her local church home, The Potter's House of North Dallas under the great leadership of Pastor Sheryl Brady and Bishop Joby Brady. Her daily life is a reflection of one who presses for the mark, striving to please God in every thing she does and through every person in which she comes in contact with.
Her family brings much joy to her life. She is blessed to be the mother of two adult children, Destinee & Jadell and grandmother of her handsome grandson Dallas.