Meet our First Lady


Lady-Lasker

First Lady Stella Lasker, is the wife of Dr. Lloyd Lasker Jr, Senior Pastor and Founder of the House of Refuge and Deliverance Ministries Inc., in Mayflower, AR. Pastor Lasker and Sister Stella have been married for 20 years, and have 4 children: Demetris (Niesha), Tierra, Lloyd III “Trey” and Tori; and 1 grandchild Demetris Jr. (DJ)

Sister Stella has supported her husband’s vision from conception and has been by his side the entire 9 years of the ministry. She pushed him to pursue the vision that God laid on his heart and was hands on when the remodeling project of the first location of HORAD began. A quiet force behind one of the regions most dynamic and upcoming preachers, you will often find her by his side. Upon the initial years of the ministry, Sister Stella was responsible for creating programs, organizing fund raisers and helping wherever she was needed. She was a member of the original HORAD Board which established the Church Bylaws and Constitution.

After the new facility was built in 2006, Sister Stella was appointed Director over the Communications Department and in 2010 she was appointed as Women’s Pastor. She founded the HORAD Divinely Inspired Victoriously Anointed Sister’s (D.I.V.A.S) Ministry that attends events such as Women Thou Art Loosed and participates in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure each year. She also counsels the women in the church through different stages of life.

Sister Stella is a God Fearing woman and strives to “show” instead of “tell” how to be a helpmate and Christian Woman in the 21st century. The Lasker’s home is open to all, and Sister Stella’s kitchen rules apply to all women who enter her home. She and her husband push education and becoming a productive citizen so God’s Kingdom can be seen.

In addition to her life in the ministry, Sister Stella has been successful in the Telecommunications Industry for more than 18 years and is the General Manger of the South Central Region of Critical Alert Systems in Little Rock.

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