Dr. Toni F. Washington is a community leader and is active in community service and Prison Ministry. An ordained minister, she is President and Founder of Covenant Group Ministries, Inc., a ministry that is dedicated to promoting goodwill, moral, and spiritual rectitude, and spreading the gospel message. Dr. Washington believes that networking with other people, staying in touch with current events, being a rational thinker, and having a system for analyzing new information, all have contributed to her success. Dr. Washington has been active in Ministry since the 1980s as a member of Harvest House Christian Center (now known as World Harvest Church) in Akron Ohio under the pastorate of Dr. Jerome A. Parker.
Known as Pastor Toni at that time, Dr. Washington began ministry as Youth Pastor and was also involved in prison ministry, Christian hospitality for seniors, the homeless as well as unreached, and community outreach services. She also was a teacher and preacher of the Gospel throughout the United States, operating in the prophetic gifts with demonstrated miraculous signs and wonders. As a former police officer and a graduate of the University of Akron (OH), she has taught Criminal Justice at the university level before relocating to Tulsa, Oklahoma in 1993.
Dr. Washington also has a Master's of Science in Biblical Studies and an honorary Doctorate of Ministry, emphasis Pastoral Counseling. She is an ordained certified Christian Clinical Counselor. She is the Founder and Administrator of the Harvest House Learning Academy. Her teaching experience extends from teaching at the elementary school level through college level as well as professional development in business, government and Christian institutions.
CGM, Inc. provides its community service through its outreach arm CGMOutreach. CGMOutreach programs and initiatives fall under two categories
A personal and professional development tool which is designed to empower people to be more progressive in their thinking and to enjoy a more productive lifestyle personally, in their workplace and community. Trainings have been conducted both locally and internationally, for businesses, corporations, prisons, universities, churches, as well as for the City of Tulsa.
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CGM, Inc.'s private education initiative which provides The “Home School Experience for Working Parents” by creating a learning environment that is Christian-based and fosters the development of rational thinking, character and responsibility for their success and academic excellence. The overall mission is to fully equip IEP grades 2nd – 8th students to achieve his/her personal and educational goals.
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Our Christmas Meal-In-A-Bag Initiative allows us the opportunity to provide groceries to families in transition and Tulsa’s at 'risk communities of the homeless, seniors, and abused. The Meal-In-A-Bag consists of the fixings for a family holiday dinner.
The goal of our service is to assist and support inmates in transitioning back into community life and service upon release in a responsible, life-affirming way. We provide evangelistic services for minimum security to death row inmates. We also provide About Life Skills training to assist inmates in their successful return to community life.
TTT&D is a multifaceted umbrella project that addresses the challenges inherent in homelessness, substance and child abuse, violence and recidivism. This community is designed to nurture and rebuild lives by establishing a foundation composed of transient housing along with teaching and training solid principles, skills and the mindset and tools for successful living.
Taking the form of a full–fledged multiple-services residential community, it houses all the attendant institutions that protect and promote all aspects and phases of life.