Let's Have Church: Are You a Useable Vessel?

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AuthorHouse, Nov 24, 2009 - Religion - 112 pages
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"Let's Have Church” in a book is a complete church service in a book. I designed this visionary new series to reach people who are unable to attend a church service. However, through the leading of the Holy Ghost, I intend for everyone to have the opportunity to hear the Word wherever they might be, whether they are incarcerated, in the hospital, or simply work all the time.

As believers, you will enjoy this unique opportunity to hear the Word that is relevant, personal, and prophetic, and when applied to your lives, will encourage you to grow, reaching the next level in your Christian walk. Not only believers will benefit from this series, non-believers will too, as all will have the rewarding opportunity to accept Christ as their personal Savior. I am positive this series will bless you as much as it has me in the writing of it.

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About the author (2009)

Born in Oakland California, Donyale Dabney is a devoted mother of two beautiful daughters, Meagan age 21, and Cameryn, age four. She is a visionary, true worshipper, writer, singer, and an anointed teacher of the gospel who loves the word of God. She has been faithfully serving the Lord for many years and is one who has surrendered her life to doing the will of God.

Ms. Dabney is the CEO/Founder of Billie Sue Products, Designs and Billie 2 Publishing and Music, www.billiesueproducts.net. She is also the Founder, Editor/Chief of Testimony Times Ministries and Online Newspaper, www.testimonytimes.org. Additionally, she is the Founder and Visionary of "Let's come into agreement," and "Doer of the Word," prayer ministries.

A dedicated useable vessel for God, Donyale continues to serve the Kingdom of God in every way she can. Because of this, God has richly blessed her and is blessing others through her ministry.

"I am just an ordinary woman that has made herself available to be used by God.”

Donyale Dabney

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