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Rev. Tatum Monique Osbourne is a worshiper, wife, pastor, counselor, social justice advocate, and author. She is an ordained minister of the Church of God Reformation Movement (Anderson, IN). For thirty years, Rev. Osbourne has been active in Christian ministry. A native of the beautiful island of Barbados, she was raised and educated in Brooklyn, New York.


Rev. Osbourne earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Mid-America Christian University (Oklahoma City, OK). She holds a Master's in Counseling Applied Behavioral Science from her alma mater. Rev. Osbourne is currently pursuing her  Ph.D. at Regent University (Virginia Beach, VA), concentrating her work on Counseling and Psychological Studies with an emphasis in International Affairs.


Rev. Osbourne is the Founder and Executive Director of We Rise 365, Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to revitalize underserved communities by empowering, educating, and equipping young men and women of color to bring transformational leadership where they live. She serves as the Executive Pastor of the Refuge Church of God located in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York, under the leadership of her husband, Rev. Kevin Osbourne. Rev. Osbourne sits on the Presbytery Board of the Berean Fellowship of Churches (Columbus, OH) under the leadership of Bishop Timothy J. Clarke. She is honored to be the Church of God's representative on the Wesleyan Holiness Women Clergy Executive Board. She serves on the Ministries Council of the Church of God Ministries (Anderson, IN), representing the Northeast region. Rev. Osbourne speaks extensively at churches, conferences, workshops, and other outlets throughout the United States and the Caribbean. 


In 2018, she became the first woman to preach at the national convention for the Church of God Reformation Movement Barbados in its 113-year history. She is honored to be a contributing writer for "Welcomed Wisdom" by Clytemnestra L. Clarke (2013), the Christian Women Connection's "Women Changing the World" Devotional (2017), and the Christian Women Connection's Devotional, "Women Shaping the World," (2019). In 2015, Rev. Osbourne released her first book, "The Inspired Life: 400 Power Thoughts to Inspired Your Life." A revised edition and companion journal were released in March 2020. 


Rev. Osbourne has been honored to receive two citations from her hometown of Brooklyn, New York, for her impact as a leading Christian woman and Community Advocate (2014 and 2015). In 2021, Rev. Osbourne received the President of the United States Lifetime Achievement Award for her commitment to building a stronger nation through volunteer service. She is a proud member of the American Psychological Association, the NAACP, and the National Council of Negro Women, Inc.


She and her husband have been married for twenty-five years. They reside in Brooklyn, New York.

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