Greetings from Ghana. Am overwhelmed by your intense desire to educational excellence all towards the work of God.
Can we get connected to know ourselves better?
God richly bless you....with lots of luv.
There are some things I just don’t understand?Why do folks want to be in leadership and don’t want to lead? Why would you want to play and not win?
Why do some do great, others do good, and others just barely do?
To be successful it takes skill and ability, it also takes determination and hard work but most of all it takes want to! I believe if you want something bad enough you’ll do it. I have time for everything that I want to have time for.
The key is getting your want to where it needs to be and lined up with God’s plan for your life. There is a prize to win, how bad do you want it?
Hello Chaplain, just wanted to let you know that I met this wonderful organization called, "Abe Brown" ministries while travelling to Tampa at a missions conference. I met Tony Dungy the ex couch of the Indianapolis Colts through Him. Abe Brown ministries is very powerful in Tampa and Rev. Brown is one of the most influential men in Tampa. I will be meeting with him soon to sit at his feet as he will open many doors for me in creating more awareness for African Americans in going Global with the Good News of Christ. Check out his web site
Chaplain Walker I was so enlightened by your bio and all that you are doing in your ministry. I have been in that situation so I won't dare forget about those people because they are so easily forgotten. I was able to get out and get my life together and my goal is to help others know you don't have to repeat the same mistakes that you can do better. But it starts with a relationship with God because he has to renew our mind. It is time out for conforming to the things of the world and to be transformed by the renewing of our minds. Woman of God it was great to get your comment and keep up the good work in all that you are doing. May God continue to Bless you and enrich your life.
Hello Chaplain, and yes would love to join your group, just send me the prompt and I'll be there. I've spent over 4yrs in the juvenile system of the fatherless and created many programs within the system to create more faith based systems to be used inside as well as in the aftercare programs by connecting these troubled youths with churches, para churches as well as individuals whom they can be strengthened and modeled back into society with the necessary tools to achieve as they are reclaiming their righteous minds and to be reconciled back to the Holy Father.
God Bless and look forward to learning more from what you do. If I wasn't going to the nations as a missionary, and if I stayed stateside, I would love to be a chaplain at a mens prison, it was a very rewarding experience.
Hello Chaplain Yolanda
Your field of expertise is extensive. I'm also the acting chaplain at a juvenile facility here in the Orlando area. Glad to see that others share the burden for those who are bound. Anyway I am also a missionary full time with Wycliffe Bible Translators headquartered here in the Orlando area. My role with them will be in mobilization for more AFAM (African American) Involvement in going cross culturally to the nations of the unevangelized and unreached ares of the world where Jesus the Christ name is yet unknown. Here is a short video explaining in detail as to how translating God's Word to the heart langauge of a people still without any scriptures in their mother tongue of understanding.