Evangelist Rennee’ J. Hubb is a member of Victorious Life of Faith Church and author of From Bound 2 Found (FB2F). In her book, Rennee’ discusses having two children by the age of 18, losing her mother when she was 20, and then raising her 12-year-old sister. She candidly talks about being homeless, suicidal, and being bound in a relationship that was meant to destroy her – and then how she broke free from all the strongholds that once held her bound.
Rennee’ is also the co-host for a Facebook live show titled “Let’s Talk About It With Angie and Rennee’,” and she says her passion and purpose are to inspire and make a lasting impact. Currently, Rennee’ is running a catering business with her sister called Robin & Rennee’ Catering, which was a named as a 2018 Top 100 Minority Enterprise Business Winner.
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Tell us a little about yourself
I am a mother, grandmother, Evangelist, author, and entrepreneur. I share my testimony about being a teen mom, homeless, suicidal, and being bound in order to let other women know that they can overcome any trial.
How did you get to where you are today?
I lost a job that I thought was secure. I made up my mind that I would always have multiple sources of income. After praying, stepping out in faith, and my Pastor’s encouraging words, my sister and I started Robin & Rennee’ Catering.
Then last year I lost four family members within 40 days. My nephew Marcus A. Godfrey gained his crown on July 22, 2020. Marcus fought a good fight until the very end and he inspired many. Inspiring 2 Live will honor him by inspiring people to live. I created apparel, a perfume, and affirming African American ABC cards (found on the website and Walmart.com).
What do you think has helped you the most with your success?
Not being afraid to knock on doors, send emails, research, and stepping out on faith. But, without doubt, the favor of God.
What has been the biggest challenge you have overcome in order to achieve your goals?
The biggest challenge for me was marketing my business. Working with a limited budget, I learned to market on social media, contact local news stations, and build relationships with other like-minded business owners.
What are three pieces of advice you could give to our readers?
- You decide what success looks like for you
- Celebrate every victory big or small
- Walk by faith and not by sight (every day)
- Make faith moves
How do you reward yourself when you’ve reached a goal or a after a hard day of work?
I reward myself by taking a vacation (yearly) or a staycation (often).
What is one sassy saying or quote that inspires you? Why?
“The graveyard is the richest place on earth, because it is here that you will find all the hopes and dreams that were never fulfilled, the books that were never written, the songs that were never sung, the inventions that were never shared, the cures that were never discovered, all because someone was too afraid to take that first step, keep with the problem, or determined to carry out their dream.” This quote inspires me every day to pursue my dreams. It’s a reminder that we have a limited time here on this earth and while we are here we must make use of our time.
Kim is the owner and publisher of Sass Magazine, as well as the owner of Sass Studios, a boutique graphic design studio in Frederick, MD. When not in the office, Kim can be found doing some of her favorite hobbies—reading a book, dancing, traveling, or playing with her rescued pitbull.