Dr Tommie Maree Lee

Dr Tommie Maree Lee is overseer and founder of Faith Fellowship International Center, Inc. (FFIC) which is located in Willow Grove, Pennsylvania. She was called into the ministry and ordained in August 1972. In September of 1978, Dr. Lee founded the ministry of FFIC, which was initially established as a prayer outreach ministry.

Dr. Lee attended Jameson Bible Institute of Philadelphia, majoring in Theology I and II on December 17, 1980, she received an honorary degree, Doctor of Divinity from Jameson Christian College. To further her education, Dr. Lee is a graduate of the Gary Whetstone Worldwide School of Biblical Studies. In 2003, she received her Bachelor's Degree in Religious Education from Chesapeake Bible College and Seminary.

Evolving from her teachings at FFIC, a Fine Arts Ministry was birthed. This young adult (youth) ministry, was designed to meet the needs of the young people of this generation -emotional, physical and spiritual. The goal of the! Youth Ministry is to promote freedom in Jesus, by praising and glorifying God through song, dance and drama. At FFIC, we endeavor to build youth now in order to prevent having to rebuild adults later.

Under her strong leadership, ministries have been birthed to promote healing for the total man and his well being, and are designed for families, men, women and children. Dr. Lee shares in the responsibility, and is especially committed to the members of her local community, Abington Township, where she resides.
Under the administration of President Ronald Reagan, Dr. Lee gave the invocation at the installation services of the Department of Labor's, United States Women's Bureau in Washington, DC In 1988, for outstanding Christian service through the ministry of FFIC, Dr. Lee received special recognition and award from the Blair Christian Academy of Philadelphia. In 1989, Dr. Lee received recognition in outstanding community service and was awarded citations from both the House and Senate of Pennsylvania. Dr. Lee was named by the Evelyn Graves Ministries of Philadelphia, as outstanding "Woman of the Year 1993"for her relentless pursuits in preaching and teaching the uncompromised Word of God to the saving of souls, both near and far. When celebrating Fife’s "Silver Anniversary" in 2003, Dr. Lee again received special recognition and was awarded citations for community service from Local and State Representatives.
In recent years, Dr. Lee has traveled abroad to minister in the countries of Scotland, India and West Africa. She was honored to have the privilege of being the first woman ever to minister the Word of God at a location in the West Africa region.

Dr. Tommie Maree Lee was married to the late Mr. John Tip Lee, mother of five children and the adored grandmother of sixteen.