I Don't Know How

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Xlibris Corporation, Jul 19, 2012 - Religion - 48 pages
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Pastor Nannie Stevens begin her ministry in 1979. She is a wife, mother of four and grandmother of fi ve. Family, friends and Church are very important in her life. Raised with nine siblings on a farm in Wilson County, North Carolina, Pastor Stevens knows about hard work and how frustrated one can become in this life. Shortly after graduating from high school, she entered the Goldsboro – Raleigh School of Religious Education and was ordained in 1979. She earned her BA Degree in Biblical Studies from Friends International University, California. She has worked in various departments of the church and now serves as Pastor of one of the churches she established. Her desire and main purpose is to please the Lord and to share that which he has given to her with others.
 

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 Hello, my name is Nannie, also known as Cathy. I am the tenth of twelve children.  Growing up in rural Wilson County on a farm led to many experiences that have proven to me that hard work is good for the soul, mind and body.

I gave my life to Jesus when I was a teenager. I loved singing in the choir, attending Sunday school and being a part of a church. I grew up and married my high school sweetheart. We were blessed with four beautiful children who have given us five darling grandchildren.

I was ordained as a Minister in 1979 at the Goldsboro Disciple Institute Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ Goldsboro, NC. Continued studies earned a BA Degree in Biblical Studies from Friends International University, California. I have had the honor of co – establishing one church and the establishment of another that I now Pastor. Working on various boards and committees, I still find that there is more to learn and work to be done. Yet, my life is filled with joy and excitement for what I have encountered in my walk with Jesus our Lord.

It is an honor to share with you the spiritual insights I found to be awesome experiences. I encourage all of you to write down the things our heavenly Father reveals to you and share with others the blessing that flows from heart to heart.

                                          Lovingly, 

                                                       Nannie Stevens

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