Pastor Tylvia E. Koromah

Our joyful, spirit-filled Pastor Tylvia E. Koromah was ordained in May 2007 as the founder and leader of the Path of Righteousness Church in Christ located in Baltimore, MD.  Her ministry of 16 years continues to be very thankful for the bountiful blessings of trusting in our all gracious heavenly Father for the work of the ministry.  She has reaped much by faith, prayer, and praise in her dedication to the love and service of our Savior. Being a devoted commandment-keeper for over 27 years is a testimony to her deep faith and belief in the power of the word of God. 

Her love for the will of God has given her a passion to help people in need.  She is always willing to find a way to give.  In 2007, she launched her first outdoor outreach ministry, Bless to Give, on the streets of Baltimore City.  Clothes, meals, care packages and teaching of salvation have been given to over 1,000 people, since the birth of this outreach ministry. Through her leadership, she created and sponsored an annual fun workshop for children, called Young People Know the Truth to give children the opportunity to learn and express their thoughts about salvation.  The workshop was filled with fun and inspiring group bible based activities.  She is a dedicated volunteer and speaker for the prison ministries in Jessup and Eastern Shore, MD and continues to assist in working on programs to help individuals upon release from incarceration.  She had the pleasure to host Jesus Said, “Follow Me,” radio program.  It was through that live venue that she engaged in open line conversation and prayer.

This journey of faith has its challenges, but yet it remains to be a rewarding experience with an eternal reward for herself and many people that she has had the pleasure to serve.  She often shares a very important thought about love.   Truly, love is a way of life.  God’s love for us, our love for him, and our love for each other is the message in the message of salvation.  This inspired revelation remains with her as she ministers in the faith and calling of Jesus Christ.

In conclusion, she cherishes this thought “I have faith the substance of the things hope for the evidence of things not seen; I have hope the expectation that with a willing spirit people can change; and I have charity the love of God.  I will preach a word that will save a soul, I will give as much as I can, and I will pray the effectual prayer of healing for the soul, all because I believe in my faith, hope and charity.  However, the gift of charity, which is love, that is the greatest of all that will make a difference in my ministry.”  (I Corinthians 13:13; I Peter 4:11)