Faithful Deeds Foundation
​​ "No More Broken Promises, No More Broken Hearts, No More Silent Cries"

 James 2:14-26  New International Version (NIV)
 Faith and Deeds
 What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. If one of you says to them, “Go in peace; keep warm and well fed,” but does nothing about their physical needs, what good is it? In the same way, faith by itself, if it is not accompanied by action, is dead.

 But someone will say, “You have faith; I have deeds.”
 Show me your faith without deeds, and I will show you my faith by my deeds. 
Team Faithful Deeds!
Nicole Lofton is an anti-domestic violence advocate and certified Christian life coach. After surviving domestic violence and other personal situations in life, Nicole felt led to advocate, educate, and empower others through her story. 

Nicole has always had a passion for helping others and because of that she completed her BA in Psychology in 2007. In 2011, Nicole started her first blog on the subject of domestic violence which has gone on to garner a lot of attention and encouraged many victims to become survivors. Nicole’s blog “ Domestic Violence As  A Whole” was also named one of the top 101 domestic violence resources on SocialWork.Net. To this date, Nicole’s blog has over 95,000 views. Nicole’s blog has also been recognized by some organizations and even some celebrities. 

In 2011, Nicole started a petition to the NFL in efforts and hopes that they would acknowledge domestic violence awareness in October by wearing purple just as they wear pink for breast cancer awareness. That petition has also garnered a lot of attention and even was the topic of an article on Since then, many others have started similar petitions in hopes that the NFL will give better education to their players as well as wear purple to raise awareness. She also received her official certification as Biblical Life Coach in April of 2012.

Nicole is the founder of Faithful Deeds Foundation, a charitable nonprofit that eagerly seeks to carefully restore hope by being faithful and committed to those in profound need. Through Faithful Deeds, Nicole traditionally hosts a frequent conference titled “From Pain To Purpose”, this conference was first put together in October of 2013. She is also a self-published author as of January 2013. Nicole’s faith plays a significant part in her personal and professional life. She genuinely seeks to be a beam of light that allows people to identify the connection between their physical pain and their spiritual purpose.  
Nicole Lofton

LaTashia S. Hayes is the founder an organization named (MDGW) Moms Doing GODS Work, which was founded in 2010 while praying for a vision and seeking how to help as many single mothers as she can.

She also works diligently as a board member of an organization named Faithful Deeds Foundation which gave her courage and belief to pursue her passion of helping others. Also while being a board member of Faithful Deeds Foundation, LaTashia came up with a name for her business “Just Because Gifts” that she has incorporated with Faithful Deeds in which she has donated and given gifts to others “Just Because.”

LaTashia has a heart for helping others. LaTashia became a mother at a not so very young age and during this time, she experienced domestic violence, emotional and physical abuse; along with many other traumas that she survived. She supports many causes such as mental illness, cancer awareness, anxiety, sickle cell, and more.

While domestic violence was a chapter of her life she long lives to be 10 year survivor, that is what makes her the woman she is today: strong, genuine, and hard working. She continues to walk into doors of greatness and determination for what’s next to come in her life she will achieve her goals to do just what she loves and more.

LaTashia Hayes

Vice President

Pastor Debra House provides leadership, vision, mobilization, and training to families, specializing in Women's Ministries and Fellowships.
Her ultimate goal is to empower women who have been emotionally wounded and spiritually broken by the trauma of rape, molestation, abuse or other family crises to embrace forgiveness, healing, hope and purpose through training forums, conferences, coaching and life skills development programs.
Pastor Debra House has a “Passion For Victory” and her focus is to shatter the silence of domestic violence.
​Her passion for victory led her to found, “ A Sister’s House” Women’s Center  which services women and their children who have been in or, are in an abusive relationship.She strongly believes that every person has the right to be safe, empowered, and free from violence and the fear of violence. 

Pastor Deb is also the host of "Ask Pastor Deb", founder of " A Sisters Touch Ministries" and a board member of Faithful Deeds Foundation.
Pastor Debra Wadlington House