Reverend Sandy Broadbent
Reverend Sandy Broadbent was ordained to minister at Abba's House in Hixson Tennessee by Ron Phillips in August of 2010 to go forth and preach the gospel. Sandy has ministered in 46 states and in a large variety of places including prisons, jails,and drug rehabs. She has been a board member of Christian Word Ministries since 2006. CWM is the producer of the little red book "Prayers". To Date CMW has given away almost 4 million copies worldwide. Sandy is the founder of the Jesus C.A.M.P. (Caring About My People) ministry that has sent over 5000 low income children from eastern Kentucky to Christian based camps since 2006.
Sandy has ministered along side Bishop Janice Claypoole at the Ark of Mercy COG for many years where she continues to be a long time member. Her experiences with the Holy Spirit started at an early age. She can remember praying for people around the altar at her grandmothers church at the age of two. She was filled with the Holy Spirit at three years of age. Sandy has witnessed first hand the power of God to raise the dead ,heal the sick, and deliver the bound. The sword of the Lord is her weapon of choice when going into the spiritual battle zone.
In Sandy's own words her love for the Lord is her driving force. To be able to share the gospel and see Gods mighty hand at work is her ambition.
Contact info ; email@example.com
Linda A. Dean , Founder and CEO of Shaking off Shackles.
Linda Dean is a woman of passion to see people from all walks of life to fulfill their purpose and their destiny that God created them for!
She is passionate about helping others break the bonds which have resulted from trauma and abuse thus keeping them from realizing their dreams.After years of working with an international corporation, Linda set out to achieve her dream with helping those that have been shackled.
Linda is a native of Alabama, Linda now resides in Atlanta. She is active in the faith communities, there. Additionally, she serves on the board of the Andrew Young Center for Public Policy at Georgia State University. She is also on the Atlanta Board of People to People International and Trustee from which she travels the world extending a helping a hand to trauma victims everywhere. She has helped children in Haiti, assisted Holocaust survivors in Israel and counseled with torture victims in Albania. She is a frequent speaker on the horrors of human trafficking.
Linda has two grown children, and is the proud grandmother of six grandchildren. She has been an active member of Life Center Ministries for the past 17 years where she serves on prophetic team ministry.
Dr. Dallas Eggemeyer - Chairman
Our Board of directors
Dr. Ramona Jolly
Ramona B. Jolly has an earned Ph.D. in Christian Education and Administration from Shalom Bible College and Seminary (1995). A few of her ministerial experiences include missions work in Kenya, East Africa beginning in 1993, serving as Dean of Students at the CLST Campus in Russellville, AR for four years in the 1990s, establishing and administrating a 501(c )3 - YAHshua International, Inc. (1999) - which provides an umbrella for Biblical education schools, missions work, and other ministerial endeavors. Her book, Jesus’ Last Will and Testament – John 17, was published by Xulon Press in December 2011. She is an experienced teacher, intercessor and preacher. Websites can be perused at: www.RamonaBJolly.com; www.aleftheecclessiatav.org; and www.yahshuainternational.com
received his Bachelor of Theology from Christian Life School of Theology, Columbus, Georgia. He is an ordained minister through Shalom Ministries, Inc. He and his family served as missionaries to Kenya, East Africa. He is president of YAHshua International, Inc., a 501(c)3 organization the umbrella for ministry endeavors. He has been married to his wife, Ramona Jolly, for 39 years. He ministers both in his local community and has a heart for the nations. He desire is to help others be restored to their Heavenly Father and have a intimate relationship with Yahshua as Lord and savior.