House of Worship
Mother Marian L. Willis
Missionary Marian L. Willis is the sixth of nine children born to Evangelist Missionary Shirley R. Long. Growing up she traveled abroad throughout her childhood as a military brat. After her Dad, Retired (1SG) Deacon Amos A. Long Sr. was reassigned to Fort Hood, Texas, she made Killeen her home. Being reared in the church; outreach and the drive to help others became her mission. Missy. Willis shares that passion in her profession as a Certified Nurses Assistant, touching the lives and making a difference every day. Since Missy. Willis gave her life to the Lord September 17, 1986 during noon prayer at Mother Long’s home. She was filled and sanctified with the Holy Ghost and ever since she has been a willing vessel for His service. She has served as the YWCC secretary, Youth department President, Adjutant, Greeter and in the choir at the local, district and state levels. This has greatly prepared her for her current role as the Church Mother for House of Worship. Were she is nurturing and touching lives for the Kingdom of God. She is an innovator, always thinking outside of the box in her aspiration to encourage the women of God through workshops, seminars, conferences, and fellowship. Through her leadership the women’s group Sisters Walking in Faith (SWIFT) was birth. She loves the Lord and that love is exhibited as she network and fellowship across denominations throughout Central Texas. Missy. Willis is the mother of five children and grandmother of ten. She is married to Brother Lindsey Willis of Beaumont, Texas, for 27 years. Her desire is to glorify God in every aspect of her life. Her favorite scripture is “For the Lord God is a sun and shield; the Lord will give grace and glory: no good thing will he withhold from them that walk uprightly”, Psalms 84:11. For this reason strives to do whatever her hands find to do for the Lord!