Pillow Talk

Xulon Press, 2007 - 80 pages
Evangelist Shiela Jones is truly a spirit-filled woman of God. She is licensed and ordained, and she preaches and sings with conviction that our lives should pattern the holy life of Jesus Christ. Her well known message Pillow Talk has brought healing to thousands through the anointing on her life. She has co-authored a book, Made Whole in the Potter's Hand. The book tells of many miracles God has done in her life while she was a single parent. The greatest miracle is a transformed life from sin to a sanctified life in Christ Jesus. Truly, old things are passed away and behold all things become new! As a gospel songwriter and recording artist, she recorded a single titled He's in This Place with the James Greer Singers; two albums, I'll Die for Him with the Voices of Deliverance and My God is In Control with One Way Records. Her latest CD's; Broken Vessel and Shiela Austin Jones Sings have received rave reviews from the vast supporters of her ministry. Evangelist Jones is the founder of H.U.G. (Holiness Unto God) Ministries, which uses Romans 12: 1 as its motto: Present your body Holy and acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. Her television show, Decisions, aired every Sunday morning on WJYS in Chicago for two years. She has a heart for people and reaches out to all while preaching and singing for churches and organizations of all denominations. She was featured twice as guest speaker and soloist in Madrid, Spain, once for the United States Air Force. She also ministers to souls in prisons, mental health centers, nursing homes, retreats, and seminars. Evangelist Jones and her supportive husband, Philip attend the Apostolic Church of God in Chicago, Illinois. Their pastor is Bishop Arthur M. Brazier.

Table des matières

Intimacy Revisited
Riding the Rocking Horse
Riding the Wild Horse
The Show Horse
The Wooden Horse
The Race Horse
The Horse Drawn Buggy
Time to Dismount
No More Pacifiers
It Aint About Me
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