, a church newsletter publication product of Heart.Ink Press™ and as the Minister of Administration. She volunteers over 20 hours per week serving as an Assistant Chaplain at a Correctional Institute. Not only does she teach them the word of God but she teaches them Life Skills, preparing them to re-enter into society. On January 18, 2009, she was ordained as Minister Prophetess Chakita Hargrove under the tutelage of Elder Callins, Sr. She is a God fearing woman and a committed servant of the Lord. Many people respect her for being righteous and honest. Already, she holds several persons under her wings who look to her as a spiritual counselor and mentor. Minister Hargrove has a passion for the spiritual wellness of God's children and when the Spirit of the Living God told her to launch Heart of Man Ministries (HOMM), Inc.; so she did. God has birthed Heart of Man Ministries through her because of the faith and love she has for the Word of God and for the children of God. As she continues to preach/teach the word of God she is preparing to travel around the globe to deliver the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Minister Hargrove is CEO of both HOMM and Heart.Ink Press™, a unique publishing expansion of HOMM.
Minister Chakita Hargrove grew up in Plant City, Florida where she attended Greater New Hope AMPRC under the pastorship of Calvin E. Callins, Sr. She moved to Tallahassee Florida in June 2002 and received her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Humanities and Religious Studies from the renowned Florida State University in Summer 2006. During her stay in Tallahassee, she accepted her call to preach and teach in October 2004. She was formally announced to the congregation in January 2005 and delivered her initial sermon, "Break Yourself," on August 28, 2005. Currently, Minister Hargrove resides in her hometown in Hillsborough County where she is actively involved in the ministries of Greater New Hope AMPRC, Elder Calvin Earl Callins, Sr., Pastor. At Greater New Hope, Minister Hargrove serves as Editor-in-Chief of the Greater New Hope Herald