Moms on Mission
Evangelist Breanna Quick Benton is the proud wife of Elder Sumner Benton of almost 15 years and the mother of three children. She is the daughter of Apostle Tommy E. Quick, pastor and founder of the Promised Land in Spartanburg, SC and the founder of Christian Families Against Destructive Decisions (CFADD).
She is a graduate of Clemson University, where she majored in Corporate Finance with an Accounting minor. While working full time, raising teenaged niece and nephew, as well as her three young children, she went back to school and earned her Masters in Accountancy. She considers her most important study to be of feminism vs. biblical womanhood. This study has not earned her a degree, but has impacted her life and family in much greater ways. Breanna is now a stay-at-home mother, homeschooling her three children, and the most fulfilled she has ever been.
Evangelist Benton serves in ministry at the Promised Land in many capacities. She has also been an active part of CFADD since it's start, serving on the Steering Committee, in administrative roles and event planning, as well as bookkeeper. She now serves as the president of the up and coming CFADD program MOMs, Moms on Mission. MOMs seeks to empower and support mothers in their essential role as nurturers and caregivers of the next generation by raising the value of motherhood as it impacts the well being of children and society as a whole.