Rena Boston is a native of Darlington, South Carolina. She is the
fourth oldest of eleven siblings.
Rena currently resides in Round Lake, Illinois. She is the wife of a devoted and supportive husband, a mother of two lovely daughters, the grandmother of three fantastic grandsons, along with one beautiful granddaughter, and a wonderful son-in-law.
Rena is a missionary, motivational speaker, mentor, and trainer. For
three years, she hosted her own cable TV talk show titled ‘A Cry for
Love’ and received “The People’s Choice Award” for Best Talk Show
Hostess. She is an Award-winning Author.
Each segment of Rena’s life unveiled a characteristic she needed, to do what she does today! Each experience took her to a new level of challenges and excitement. She learned early, that one of her purposes in life, was to touch broken hearts and minister healing. However, she never imagined it would be fulfilled through her writings and teachings. Her passion for both is evident that she is where she was suppose to be. She also freely shares her knowledge and wisdom through counseling. When you need guidance or inspiration, turn to the writings of Rena Boston. Her books will help you gain new perspectives on life and restart in the right direction.
Rena has taught at conferences and worship services within the US, South Africa, the Philippines, and England. She is a zealous advocate for missions work in third-world countries and local communities. She faithfully supports her church, which was led by Bishop Carlis Lee Moody, Sr., the International President of Home and Foreign Missions, for the Church of God in Christ. Her current Pastor is Elder Carlis Lee Moody, Jr. As Director of the Fine Arts Department, Rena volunteers her time helping to develop local youths.