Jessica Robinson-Grant was born in Canada, raised in Antigua, and is currently residing in Brampton, Ontario. She possesses a life-experience mosaic that shapes her everyday life. She is passionate about social work and ministry, Jessica knows her purpose is serving everyone in any and every way possible.
Jessica accepted Jesus Christ as her Lord and Saviour in her youth. Through baptism in the name of Jesus at age 9 and receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit at age 16, she knew and understood the importance of having a strong relationship with God at an early age. As the eldest of three children, Jessica’s parents (Sharon and Damion Brown) ensured she was raised her in a God-fearing home. From practical lessons on prayer and Godly principles, they laid a foundation that would undergird a desire for her to serve within and outside of her church.
Utilizing her undergraduate degree in Sociology, a graduate degree in Social Work, both earned at York University, she fuses her professional path in social work with Kingdom ministry. She serves people of all ages, races, creeds and religions. In 2013, she launched Sisters in Praise (S.I.P)—a collective ministry aimed at meeting the spiritual and physical needs of young women in Canada and around the world. Jessica’s passion for service led her to serve as a mentor at Aboriginal Youth Empowerment seminar working with young girls of the Cree Nation in Quebec, Canada, visiting Haiti on mission’s trip, creating mentorship programs for young women, and hosting conferences for youth across Toronto.
Jessica attends Triumphant Church of Jesus Christ with her husband Princeton in Toronto, Canada. Along with serving as a youth and young adult leader, Jessica leads in Triumphant’s music ministry as a praise and worship leader. She also authored two books available online, Sisters in Praise presents: Journeys of Godly Women and This Generation.