Tuesday, August 21, 2018

CWBN'S Influential Woman of the Month Author & Pastor Jacqueline Goodwin

Jacqueline Goodwin is an influential woman in her community. Not only is she a woman of God but the author of Healing the Vessel subtitled: A Mother's love, A Daughter's Journey of Faith. With a prophetic anointing on her life Pastor Godwin testifies and writes about her journey and healing. A mother's love was just the thing needed to help her heal. In life our pain has a purpose and she knows first hand because God healed this vessel from HIV!

One of her gifts is to transform lives. Her ministry focuses on healing and deliverance. Working in various youth ministries she is a youth mentor and a light to her peers. She's also a former educator, paralegal, and substance abuse counselor. 

She has earned a Master of Counseling from Webster University, Columbia SC, an Associate Degree of Paralegal graduating “Magna Cum Laude” from South University and a Bachelor of Arts in English from Francis Marion University, Florence SC. She currently resides in South Carolina with her son and two daughters. Her hobbies include running, walking, meditating, and writing, counseling youth and working in the community.

Her book details on Amazon can be found here: https://amzn.to/2nXgOdm - Here's her official website: http://www.healinginthevesselministries.com/
Please Like Her Facebook Page Here: https://www.facebook.com/Healing8/

Please join us on Blogtalk Radio tomorrow! She's my special guest! Jon us by dialing 657-383-0791
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