Renae Nelson, Executive Director and Founder of My Brother's Keepers Outreach Center, is a well known advocate, counselor, and consultant on Child Abuse, Abused Women, and Keeping Abuse out of Ministries. An ordained Minister and Certified Christian Counselor, Renae is a sought after speaker to women’s groups on the biblical roles of women in the ministry. Also, Renae has assisted many churches in establishing educational programs to teach leaders on the signs and dangers of sexual abuse in the ministry.
As a speaker, Renae’s topics to the Christian church include: Practical Guides for Reducing the Risk of Child Abuse in Your Church; Protect your Church from Lawsuits by Operating Safe Children’s Programs; The Privilege of Knowing God as a Woman; Knowing and Doing the Will of God; The Purpose and Power of Prayer in a Christian Woman’s Life; and Infuse the Soul with Inspiration.
Not only the founder of My Brother's Keeper Outreach Center, Renae also founded the Women’s Advocacy and Peer Counseling Ministry, Women Supporting Women. Understanding that the life of a Christian is one of servitude, Renae has dedicated her life to bringing the understanding of the love of Christ through meeting the needs of the less fortunate in physical and spiritual ways.
An active member of the community, Renae recently graduated from Houston Leadership and is involved with many organizations such as Ft Bend Christian School, Houston Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Race for the Cure and Texas A&M Aggie Moms.
Renae attended Penn State University and Graduated from the International Christian Institute School of Ministry in Houston in 1997. She has two sons, Rico Nelson and Dylan Nelson.