Martha Fry

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Martha Fry

Martha Fry loves to empower people to live lives that are spiritually, emotionally and physically healthy.  She is a gifted communicator who uses leadership training and practical messages to inspire people to be all that God created them to be.

Martha has given leadership in many areas of the church through the years. She also began the church’s Freedom Ministry, which consists of small groups and a conference.

Martha and her husband, Matt Fry, founded C3 Church, located in Clayton, NC, with a desire to provide Real Hope for Real People in a Real World. Since the church started in 1998, they have seen thousands of people come to Christ. They have a passion to create life-giving environments and help people to know God, find freedom, discover their purpose and make a difference.

One new door that has opened for Martha outside of the church is the opportunity to be a Leadership Coach for a college women’s basketball team. She works with the girls on team dynamics and helping them with their mental focus in the game. She also provides one on one mentoring and leadership.

Martha speaks at C3 and helps with the church’s leadership development. Martha is a dynamic and engaging communicator. She is passionate about delivering truth in a life-giving way with practical application. She also has the privilege to travel the globe speaking and training leaders.

Another one of her passions is missions. Martha has led teams to South Africa and Guatemala, and been on several other trips to places around the world. She is passionate about spreading the gospel all across the globe.

Martha was a founder of the C3 College, which is a fully accredited college through Southeastern University of Lakeland, Florida. She has a desire to raise up Godly leaders who will go out into the world and make a difference. Martha also homeschooled all three of her children, who are now young adults.

She has a BA in Music Education. She attended Bryan College and graduated from Fayetteville State University. She has worked on staff at multiple churches and as a personal assistant for Babbie Mason Ministries.