Rev. Shirley Liverman
Rev. Shirley Liverman is a native of Suffolk, Virginia. She is a graduate of the former John F Kennedy High School in Suffolk. Rev. Liverman earned her B.S. in Special Education from Norfolk State University and a Masters Degree from Old Dominion University, also in Special Education. She has done further work in religious studies at Paul D. Camp College, Suffolk Virginia, Light University, Forest, Virginia and The Institute of Biblical Studies, Lynchburg, Virginia. Rev. Liverman is a retired educator of Suffolk Public Schools.
Rev. Shirley Liverman is founder of Prayer of Faith Ministry. An intercessory prayer “pillow” ministry founded on the word of God in 2 Chronicles 7:14. “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” She also served with her late husband, the Rev. Dr. Milton Liverman in 4 HZ Glory Ministry which was birthed December 17, 2012. This ministry is devoted to teaching, training and transforming lives for the glory of God. Rev. Liverman was licensed to preach the gospel on February 24, 2002 and ordained to the work of the Gospel Ministry on December 1, 2013.
Rev. Liverman served as Adult Sunday School teacher, Associate Minister of Women’s Ministry, Associate Minister of Life Coaching Ministry and Associate Pastor at East End Baptist Church in Suffolk, Virginia. Over the years, Rev. Liverman has been involved in many civic, church and professional organizations and activities. One of the volunteer activities that highlighted her civic work was Energizer’s Unlimited, Inc., an organization she founded that provided tutorial services and scholarships for students in Suffolk Public Schools. Energizer’s Unlimited, Inc. was the first recipient of the Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” Award.
She is the daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. William Whitaker Sr. and wife of the late Rev. Dr. Milton Liverman. They have one son, Minister Brian Liverman, who resides in Windsor, VA.