AAMBC Radio host Laverne F. Mitchell

February 28th @ 7pm CST AT www.blogtalkradio.com/aambc

LaVerne F. Mitchell is a licensed Minister, a licensed Realtor and alumni of Jacksonville Theological Seminary in Jacksonville, Florida. She holds a Bachelors Degree in Christian Education and a Masters Degree in Christian Education. Ms. Mitchell is CEO and Founder of Laverne Mitchell Ministries, established since 2004.

Her affiliations include membership in The Professional Women’s Network, and the JIA Chapter of the Toastmasters.

As a certified speaker and trainer, she conducts workshops and seminars throughout the US and abroad. The workshops and seminars conducted by Minister Mitchell consists of topics such as “The Father’s Love”, Women’s Issues, and Self-esteem.

Being passionate about inspiring women from the inside out; it is her belief that women can overcome their inner pain and use it as their source of power. Her strongest desire is to see women fulfill their God given assignments and purpose.

As an author, she delivers with energy; and mixes humor with truth to share her inspiring story of how God’s word transformed her life and processed her for purpose; bringing her to a place of power through His love. Once she came to know her true identity in Christ, LaVerne was able to abolish her own feelings of abandonment, inadequacy and inferiority.

LaVerne shares her testimony in a candid, powerful and anointed fashion! Her delivery brings liberation to women of all ages who are plagued with or are still bound to their fears, issues of low self-worth and insecurities from the pain of their past.

It is her heart to be an inspiration, and encourage women to discover their purpose, identity, gifts and destiny. Thus, fulfilling all that God intended for them to be, before the foundation of the world – a woman of power!

Find out more about this author: www.lavernemitchellministries.org


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