Created by God, birthed by Charlotte and Nathaniel, lead and anointed by the Holy Spirit, and inspired by Tyler Perry…Let the show begin!
Jacqueline Meria Sutton, the middle child of two other siblings, was born in Munich, Germany and raised under a strong family of Christians in the city of Lumpkin, Georgia. She accepted the Lord as her Savior at the tender age of 12 years old.
As a teenager, Jacqueline had an interest in acting, writing, and entertainment. She was considered the class clown and was nominated during her senior year in high school as the “Most Talented,” “Most Humorous,” and “Most Creative.” She has lived up to those superlatives since then and she still has a zeal for writing.
Her mom once told Jacqueline, “Child when you get to Heaven, you are going to write on Jesus’ robe.” This was because her mom witnessed her writing all the time and on everything.
Jacqueline began writing numerous poems, inspirational speeches, church plays, and recitals. Her family and church members have witnessed many of her creative abilities as she obediently uses them to lift up the name of Jesus. She states, “It’s not about me!”
As a youth, Jacqueline felt the love she had in her heart for writing. Now as a born-again Christian, she understands that it is truly a gift from God. Therefore, she sincerely dedicates her work to the Lord and it is all done for Him and in His name.
This is why Jacqueline takes it so seriously and strives so hard to please Him and Him alone. She prays that the messages in her plays will be the light that leads some lost sinner directly into the arms of Jesus.
In 2007, Jacqueline was led by the spirit of God to write and direct Gospel stage plays. In September of that same year, she gave spiritual birth to her first written Gospel stage play titled Everything That Glitters Ain’t Gold.
On December 1, 2007, Jacqueline was blessed to begin a production company named “Way, Truth and Life Productions.” Since then the name has been changed to Sutton Glory Ministries.
Jacqueline’s first production, Everything That Glitters Ain’t Gold, was performed on March 29, 2008 at the Main Street Cultural Art Theatre in Dawson, Georgia and was a complete sellout. The rest is history.
Since then, Jacqueline has written more than 25 stage plays and more than 15 children’s plays. God has blessed her with more than 25 actors and actresses, all ministering the Gospel through her plays. She has also had celebrity actors in her plays such as Palmer Williams, Jr., Carl Anthony Payne II, Jeffery Lewis, Le’Andria Johnson, and Gospel recording artist, Duranice Pace.
Jacqueline has earned an Associate’s Degree in Communication Systems Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Organizational Management degree. In addition, she has a Master of Arts in Organizational Management degree with a specialization in Human Resources.
When she is not busy doing God’s work, she is spending quality time with her family, worshipping at her church, working in her profession, and thanking God for her many blessings through prayer. To learn more about our writer and director, do not hesitate to send us a message.