Samaria Kelly is determined to brighten up people's lives with her upbeat, loving personality. She is known by her peers as someone who is always there to offer an encouraging word. She wears many hats, but her ultimate goal from each one is the same—to give someone a life-changing experience. Her stories preach lessons of hope, faith, and survival, which she hopes can uplift and inspire others working through dark times in their lives. What separates her from others in her league is her authenticity and unique approach.
Her story reaches deep and She is certain God has a special purpose and mission
for her life despite her pain and shortcomings. Romans 8:28 And we know that all
things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are called
according to his purpose. Sexual Abuse, Divorce, Depression are just some of the
highlights of her story. But don't fret, She's an Overcomer and is now equipped to be Your Voice to Victory!
Samaria is the oldest of three and has one son. A native of Cincinnati, Ohio,
raised in MS and CO. For a long time she
felt a higher calling to ministry. When she finally opened herself to take the call,
God chose her to do it in a nontraditional way. She knew her ministry was beyond the walls.
Samaria has a series of releases lined up for the end of 2021,
Her upcoming self-published devotional on how to accept and love you. Her first
contemporary gospel EP, and her very own clothing line TruVictory Apparel.
A portion of the sales will go towards the Mental Health Foundation.
She also offers consulting services to indie artist and small brands
Samaria grew up leading songs in the church choir and joined show choir in high school.
The Hattiesburg Expressions. She has also ministered at various
empowerment events. She had the opportunity to sing with Bobby Jones , and
was featured in a few local stage plays. She also auditioned for Sunday's Best Season 3
Some of her influences are Yolanda Adams, The Clark Sisters and Mary Mary.
She has several leadership Awards,
Scholars of America recognition and was Valedictorian of her Nursing Class.