Faith-Based Films, Gospel Stage Plays, Television, Music, Radio



Hunter's Production Music & Arts


Windsor, VA




Apostle Laequinla S. Hunter was born to Mr. Alton Wilson and

Elder Nancy K. Williams and is the oldest of three children. She

is the wife of Bishop Ernest E. Hunter. 

Apostle Hunter was educated in the Chesapeake Public School

System and is a graduate of the Oscar Smith High School. After

graduating, she went into business for herself as the owner of

Hunters Boutique, and later worked as a paraprofessional within

the Suffolk Public School System for four years. She also served

as supervisor for the Isle of Wight summer recreation program

helping at-risk youth. At age 26, the Lord blessed Apostle Hunter

to leave her job with the Suffolk Public School System and pursue

Ministry full time. 

Apostle Hunter was called to preach at age 13 and she received her

license in 1993 from Mt. Zion Community Church. She received much spiritual guidance from her aunt, the late Elder Annie P. Turner. Through the anointing of the Holy Spirit, God prepared Apostle Hunter through many positions in her church career including such roles as Sunday School Teacher, Vacation Bible School Instructor, Youth Leader and Prayer Band member. All of these services for God helped to shape her Christian character and walk with the Lord. 

Apostle Hunter served as the assistant Pastor of The Ebenezer Baptist Church in Ivor, VA, until God called her to a higher purpose. Upon adhering to the call of the Lord, she became the Pastor and Founder of Gods Anointed Touch Ministries (located in Windsor, VA). Gods Anointed Touch Ministries is also known as GAT Ministries, where the mission is to lead the people to live spirit-filled lives and compel others to come to Christ. On November 19, 2005, Pastor Hunter was affirmed by a college of Apostles and Bishops as an Apostle.