Bishop T.D. Jakes' wife and author Serita flaunted her hourglass figure in a belted denim shirt dress while praying in this recent photo. She looks lovely!
Bishop T.D. Jakes' wife Sertia looks terrific, and she ain't afraid to flaunt it. She recently took to Instagram to share a snap featuring her slimmed-down curves, and her fans are loving it.
In the photo, Serita closed her eyes and lifted her hands up while at a church. She wore big glasses and a colorful patterned mask. Her curly middle-parted hair rested upon her shoulders.
Bishop T. D. Jakes and his wife Serita Jakes at the BET Honors 2013 in Washington, DC. | Source: Getty Images
Serita left jaws dropping with her curves clad in a denim button dress. The body-hugging number featured a belt that hung around her slimmer waist.
As always, she shared a nugget of wisdom with her fans through her caption. "God didn’t create us to just pay bills. We were placed here for a divine purpose that will make a difference in this world," she wrote.
The netizens could not get enough of Serita's style and figure. "Wow that body now...yes it seems like bills and more bills ty for encouraging," one fan wrote. "Looking high school skinny! So blessed!" another fan commented.
Their union is strong, but Serita and Bishop Jakes have had their share of ups and downs.
Serita and Bishop Jakes will be celebrating their 39th anniversary in May. The couple first met when Bishop Jakes was a 23-year-old visiting preacher at a church in West Virginia.
The duo walked down the aisle in 1981 and went on to have five children: Sarah, Jermaine, Cora, Thomas, and Jamar. After all these years of marriage, the couple is still going strong.
Their union is strong, but Serita and Bishop Jakes have had their share of ups and downs. Six months into their marriage, the couple suffered a life-threatening car crash that left Serita with severe leg and foot injuries.
Doctors were not sure if Serita could ever walk again. As she recovered, Bishop Jakes stayed by her side. That experience nurtured their relationship in a big way.
According to Bishop Jakes, going through a difficult time together early on in the marriage enriched their bond. He had to focus all his energy and attention on his wife's care.
Bishop Jakes taught her how to walk, cooked for her, and took care of her. Luckily, Serita made a full recovery. Nothing about the process was easy, but it brought the couple closer.