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NORTH CAROLINA NC
NEW RESTORATION COMMUNITY CHURCH
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Elder Brenda G. Jones is a native of Camden, New Jersey. She is second eldest of four children born to Betty Still-Jones and the late Michael A. Jones, Sr. She completed her education at Camden High School, Camden, NJ and received her Bachelor Degree in Criminal Law and Justice at Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ.
Elder Jones accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as her personal Saviour while in her college dorm room at the age of 18 years old. She started her ministry under the late Bishop Linda C. William. She answered the call of God into the gospel in 1994, but preached her trial sermon in June 1995.
Elder Jones was led by the Lord to move to the state of North Carolina in 1998 and she came under the ministry and spiritual guidance of her pastor, His Grace, Bishop Sandy T. Burks of the New Restoration Community Church, Henderson, NC.
Throughout her walk with the Lord, she has had poems nationally recognized and published; she has also self-published her book of poetry entitled: Word Do Speak: Love, Life & My Lord. Elder Jones has also wrote and is the author of her latest book entitled "Tears Beneath The Mask." The Lord lead Elder Jones to establish Restoring God's Design Women's Ministry, which helps to empower and speak life back into the wounded woman in the church as well as the world. She is the president & founder of Ladies of the Roundtable which was established in 2010.
Elder Jones has labored and worked in various auxiliaries in ministry and the Lord has anointed Elder Jones in the gifting of tongues and prophecy. He has given her illumination into His word and has embodied her with many talents. She believes in seeking the intimate side of God, thus touching his heart, which causes Him to move on her behalf.
Through may hard trial and tribulations, she has learned to depend and trust solely on the Lord. Let her life be a testament of service unto the Lord; let her hands never get tired of serving; let her praise never die; let her worship embody God's ears and heart; let God look beyond her faults and be pleased with her life.
PS. 42:1 - "As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God."
You can purchase MY BOOK: TEARS BENEATH THE MASK at www.publishamerica.com (go to bookstore, then spiritual, then page 44)
Those that been through the valley low and have seen some moutain highs, but still remain humble and realize that they are just a servant. Let my hands never get tired of serving, let God be pleased with my life!
Bishop Sandy T. Burks, Bishop Noel Jones, Dr. Dennis Myles Golphin