Royalty Ministries, was officially established in December 2012.  Royalty Ministries is faith-based organization focused on empowering women to understand their God-given purpose and self-worth through biblical teaching, encouragement and serving the homeless community.  Royalty Ministries serves women who have faced difficulties such as abuse, homelessness, dysfunctional relationships, divorce, unemployment and are just in need of encouragement.


Royalty Ministries purpose is to empower women to understand their value and their God-given purpose.  We are a non-profit ministry that empowers and teaches women to love themselves so that they can live out their purpose intentionally for Christ.

1 Peter 2:9 NKJV
"But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation.  His own special people that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light."  






Adrianne, is a native of Cleveland, Ohio who has been speaking, preaching, coaching and teaching at Fortune 500 Companies, small businesses, non-profit organizations, and churches in Texas, Ohio, Alabama, Zimbabwe and South Africa for over two decades.  

Adrianne started Royalty Ministries with a focus to encourage women who are hurting or are just in need of hope.  Royalty Ministries has grown into an international social media organization that continues to touch the hearts of people of all ages and race.  

Adrianne has a BA in Communications from Case Western Reserve University with and a Masters of Theology in Systematic and Historical Theology from Dallas Theological Seminary.  She has also written two books, Broken Crayons Still Color, Soul Talk Anthology, and is currently writing her third book entitled He's Intentional- God's Plans and Promises to Push you towards Purpose. 

Adrianne continues to participate in volunteering with the homeless, food pantries and short-term Africa missions trips.  She currently serves in leadership at Chase Oaks Church in Plano, TX as an Area Director and is happily married to Arthur Lee Watson Jr of Birmingham, Alabama.