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Janice Denise Hollis

Janice Denise Hollis, American publishing executive, minister. Ordained minister. Named to Sisters in Business, Philadelphia Business News Journal, 1999.


  • Hollis, Janice Denise was born on December 13, 1964 in Hazelhurst, Georgia, United States. Daughter of Moses and Janie Hollis.

  • Education

    • DDiv (honorary), World Christianship Theological Seminary, 2002.


    • Public Hollis Public Network, Philadelphia, since 1996. Assistant pastor Olivet Baptist Church, 2001—2003.

    Major achievements

    • Ordained minister.


    • Author: Life is Positively Astounding, 2002, The Warrior Within, 2002, Personal Management: It Matters, 2003. Singer: (music recording) You Stole My Heart, 1988. Freelance writer Philadelphia Daily News, since 2002.

      Author: (audio book) Ten Things Every Woman Must Possess, 2005.


    All Christians, and particularly those in leadership positions, should prayerfully seek God’s mind and will and strongly to consider the potential problems of politicizing the church and the pulpit before endorsing candidates.


    Heaven is a real place existing either in this realityor another reality. It is where God resides. It is where those who have trusted Jesus as their Savior will go when they die.

    Denomination: Baptist


    Holiness is not just about personal spirituality and prayer. It will also be expressed through a commitment to social justice and to enabling other people to become followers of Jesus.


    Founder Pennsylvania Network Progressive Women, 2006. Co-founder Pennsylvania Partners Social Ministries. Committee member Philadelphia Division Federal Bureau of Investigation.

    Founder Progressive Believers' Ministers, since 2003. Bishop Covenant International Fellowship, 2005. Lead coordinator religous and failth based Hurricane Katrina Relief, Philadelphia, 2005.

    Volunteer Philadelphia Cares, 2001—2002. Member of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, American Diabetes Association (goodwill ambassador), Black Clergy Philadelphia (director public relations 2005, executive circuit fiber optics and telecommunications training since 2005, event coordinator, advisor spirit life commission), Women's Alliance Exclusive Association (president 1988—2002), Philadelphia History Society, National Museum Women in Arts.



    Lecturing, sailing, rock climbing, singing, writing.

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    Born December 13, 1964
    (age 52)
    • 2002
      World Christianship Theological Seminary
    • 1996
      Public Hollis Public Network
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 2001 - 2003
      assistant, pastor Olivet Baptist Church