About Geraldine Jones
Geraldine Jones is an educator and a pastor. Her father was a Baptist pastor, and her mom played the piano and directed the choir. It was the prayers of her godly parents that shaped and molded her into the woman she is today.
Geraldine attended Alabama State University in Montgomery, Alabama, and obtained both her Bachelor of Science and Master's degrees in Early Childhood Education. As a career educator, Geraldine has spent over twenty-five years impacting and educating over 1,200 students. She realized that as an educator, she was preparing future leaders, such as doctors, lawyers, engineers, judges, entrepreneurs, and maybe the next President of the United States. Therefore, it has been her goal to help each student maximize his or her highest potential.
Geraldine's honors and accomplishments include awards for Teacher of the Year (twice). She is also a former winner of a beauty pageant. Additionally, Geraldine is a graduate from the Rhema Bible Training Center. Both she and her late husband, Eward Jones, started Action Chapel Tulsa together in 2011. She is an ordained minister and has served as an associate pastor for the past eleven years.
Geraldine is the mother of three precious children. Her mission is to spend her life serving her family while giving hope and encouragement to people. She seeks opportunities to treat people with the utmost level of dignity and respect and enjoys empowering and inspiring everyone to reach their maximum potential.