Rejoice Essential Network Podcast

Ep 51: I Almost Died (Michelle Loatman) Blood Clots

July 05, 2020 Tron & Kimberly Moses Season 2
Rejoice Essential Network Podcast
Ep 51: I Almost Died (Michelle Loatman) Blood Clots
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Rejoice Essential Network Podcast
Ep 51: I Almost Died (Michelle Loatman) Blood Clots
Jul 05, 2020 Season 2
Tron & Kimberly Moses

Michelle Loatman is a prophetic voice, an intercessor with a servant’s heart, striving to cultivate her spiritual gifts and ministerial anointing, to effect change in the lives of others, for the glory of God, and the enhancement of His Kingdom. She was born in Bridgeton, New Jersey, on April 17, 1978. Michelle is the middle of three children. As a child, she attended West Park United Methodist Church of Shiloh, New Jersey. Michelle received her education in the Bridgeton Public School System. However, she graduated high school from Nikos Academy for Girls in Williamstown, New Jersey, on June 10, 1995. Michelle received Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior at the age of 15, at Gloucester County Christian Church, under Pastor Bruce J. Sofia. She was baptized in the Holy Spirit at the age of 16, on August 19, 1995, at Church of Christ in Pitman, New Jersey. Michelle accepted the calling on her life of ministry at the age of 41 years old. Michelle is a member of Word Alive Worship Center, under Pastors Anthony Bailey and Pastor Glenda Bailey, where she has also received her diaconate and ministerial training. 

As a Family Service Advocate and Early Literacy Professional Development Specialist advocating for children and families in Delaware; a first generational M. Ed graduate from Concordia University; a Human Services graduate from Springfield College. God has graced her with the ability to graciously be consistent in single parenting three beautiful children, having a  career and taking back spiritual territory, with Godly authority by fire and by force! She has been at the forefront of building community programs, through grass-root efforts, that advocate for quality early care and education systems (ECE). The ECE workforce, early literacy, fought for societal changes for Delaware’s impoverished communities struggling to overcome homelessness and food scarcity, and children and families facing various adversities of daily survival. As a Christian author and minister, it is Michelle’s desire to minister to broken women, youth and children to mentor them in overcoming generational trauma and destroying generational curses. Michelle is a pioneer at the forefront of spiritual warfare prayer strategies, who desires through evangelism, healing, and deliverance, to share the Word of God and be a catalyst for societal justice, bringing hope and the knowledge of Christ’s love to a lost world.

The Book: I Almost Died

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Show Notes

Michelle Loatman is a prophetic voice, an intercessor with a servant’s heart, striving to cultivate her spiritual gifts and ministerial anointing, to effect change in the lives of others, for the glory of God, and the enhancement of His Kingdom. She was born in Bridgeton, New Jersey, on April 17, 1978. Michelle is the middle of three children. As a child, she attended West Park United Methodist Church of Shiloh, New Jersey. Michelle received her education in the Bridgeton Public School System. However, she graduated high school from Nikos Academy for Girls in Williamstown, New Jersey, on June 10, 1995. Michelle received Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior at the age of 15, at Gloucester County Christian Church, under Pastor Bruce J. Sofia. She was baptized in the Holy Spirit at the age of 16, on August 19, 1995, at Church of Christ in Pitman, New Jersey. Michelle accepted the calling on her life of ministry at the age of 41 years old. Michelle is a member of Word Alive Worship Center, under Pastors Anthony Bailey and Pastor Glenda Bailey, where she has also received her diaconate and ministerial training. 

As a Family Service Advocate and Early Literacy Professional Development Specialist advocating for children and families in Delaware; a first generational M. Ed graduate from Concordia University; a Human Services graduate from Springfield College. God has graced her with the ability to graciously be consistent in single parenting three beautiful children, having a  career and taking back spiritual territory, with Godly authority by fire and by force! She has been at the forefront of building community programs, through grass-root efforts, that advocate for quality early care and education systems (ECE). The ECE workforce, early literacy, fought for societal changes for Delaware’s impoverished communities struggling to overcome homelessness and food scarcity, and children and families facing various adversities of daily survival. As a Christian author and minister, it is Michelle’s desire to minister to broken women, youth and children to mentor them in overcoming generational trauma and destroying generational curses. Michelle is a pioneer at the forefront of spiritual warfare prayer strategies, who desires through evangelism, healing, and deliverance, to share the Word of God and be a catalyst for societal justice, bringing hope and the knowledge of Christ’s love to a lost world.

The Book: I Almost Died

Support the show (http://paypal.me/remag)