Minister Adrianne Watson is a native of Cleveland, Ohio but resides in a suburb of Dallas Texas. Adrianne is an intellectual thinker, motivator, and apologist. She has been involved in non-profit ministry, speaking, preaching, writing, and teaching for over two decades. Adrianne has a B.A. in Communications from Case Western Reserve University and a Th.M. in Systematic & Historical Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary. Adrianne is a licensed minister who serves in pastoral consulting, mentoring women, and coaching non-profit business owners and is a proud member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated.
Adrianne has written a collection of theological essays and has posted a daily social media devotional for the past 10 years. She has also written three books: Broken Crayons Still Color, God’s Intentional Plans for Your Purpose, and The Demise of the American Evangelical. Adrianne has preached in Zimbabwe, South Africa, and in several churches in the U.S. She is a Bible Study teacher, preacher, and mentor at heart and Adrianne and loves pouring into the lives of the people she encounters.
For 10 years as President, Adrianne led Royalty Ministries, a ministry designed to encourage women experiencing life’s difficulties like single motherhood or homelessness. In 2020, Adrianne founded the Silence is Deafening, a private Christian anti-racist women’s group to aid in antiracism and healing to the church. Adrianne also advises pastors and non-profit ministry leaders. With her husband, Arthur, L Watson, Jr., they minister together as counsel to pastors, and couples through A.L.W. Ministries.