An effective and innovative leader, Mother D’Antoinette L. Robertson was elevated in November
of 2017 to serve as the Supervisor of Women in the California New Journey Jurisdiction of the
Church of God In Christ, under the leadership of Bishop John Mark Richardson, Sr., Prelate.
Mother served as Founder and CEO of The Sisters Ministry, Inc. for over 21 years. She
possesses a passionate vision to empower, inspire and strengthen God’s Women to pray, walk
holy, and worthy of the calling for which they have been called.
Mother knew from the tender age of 7 that God had His hands on her, and that she was different
– possessing a variety of spiritual gifts and talents that He has so graciously groomed her to
serve in. She is a licensed Evangelist of the Gospel, and called upon frequently to preach and
teach God’s Word. Annually, she along with the Executive Board of The Sisters Ministry, Inc.,
were known for hosting a powerful three-day national Sisters Retreats where countless have
been saved, healed, delivered, revived and inspired.
For many years, Mother Robertson served on the Los Angeles and Greater Los Angeles
Chapters of the E.C. Reems Women’s International Ministries in many key roles of leadership.
Mother Robertson is also the founder of Next Level Leadership – a Conference hosted annually
for women in leadership who desire to develop, strengthen or grow an effective and powerful
Ministry to women within or outside of their local Church.
Mother has been formally recognized by the Mayor of Los Angeles for her work with the Women
of Cannon House, a home for women of substance abuse, and the Joshua and Caleb Home for
Women. She has also received the Top Ladies of Distinction Award for excellence in Ministry.
Mother Robertson is committed to the love, support, and involvement in her local church at Holy
Land COGIC, where her husband, Dr. Stacy D. Robertson, is Assistant Pastor, and Pastor
H. Lenoir is Founder and Senior Pastor. She counts herself blessed to be married to the love of her
life, Dr. Stacy D. Robertson; they have four sons, Kevin, Kolby, Ross and Lenton, and 5 grandchildren.