Jacqueline Darlene Williams dedicated her life to Christ in 1993. She served as the Worship Dance Instructor and founder of "Dancing in His Steps" Dance Ministry. Darlene was licensed as a minister of dance through the Eagles International Training Institute. God has called Darlene to build, train and equip dancers for ministry according to the Word of God. She has a strong desire to destroy the yoke of the enemy and see God's people healed, delivered and set free by His power. Darlene is the author of several books: Healing for Your Mind, Body, and Spirit, The Keys to a Blessed Life: Not According to Your Own Agenda, and Chosen to Dance. Darlene is the Founder/ Director of To Be Whole Ministry.
MISTRESS OF CEREMONY: Minister Vanessa Canty is Founder and Director of Sisters Loved by God, a ministry purposes to disciple a community of women helping them to grow closer to God and to each other by providing in- depth small group bible studies, accountability and fellowship. She is a member of Zion Church Woodbridge and serves on the ministerial team, overseas The Least of These (LOT), a ministry that serves our homeless community needs within Prince William County. Additionally, she leads a weekly bible study for women incarcerated at the Prince William County Jail. It is Vanessa’s passion and desire that each woman, by faith and through the teaching of God’s Word, will experience the transforming power of Christ in her life.
Vanessa has been married to her husband Rick for 25 years. They have four adult children and currently reside in Woodbridge, VA.
SPEAKER: Minister Joann Bordenave was initially called and ordained in 2007 and in 2016, received International Ordination in South Africa as Pastor to Minister the Gospel. Have traveled the continental United States, Mexico, South Africa and the Caribbean speaking, coaching and ministering to the lost and broken.
Min. Bordenave has been Certified as an Inner Healing/Life Coach and for the past 10 years, together with her husband Harold, Counsels single men and women, couples and pastors/pastors’ wives in a 15-hour Inner Healing Coaching ministry (THE PATH OF HOPE). And She also facilitates Corporate Workplace & Church Seminars, Women’s Retreats &Conferences and brings an “On Fire For God” message of hope and healing.
Her educational background includes Theology Studies at Liberty University, Christian Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary and is a graduate of Citadel of Hope Bible Institute. Min. Bordenave is a published Author, book intitled, “Where Is The Fried Chicken (In Pursuit of Breaking What Breaks Us)”.
She provides spiritual support to families as an 11thhour volunteer with Covenant Hospice Center in Baldwin County. She also volunteers as a counselor at the Women’s Resource Center located in Mobile, Ala.
One of her favorite sayings: Just when the caterpillar thought it was dead, it became a butterfly. Don’t fix me God……Make Me New!
PSALMIST: LaTonya Jackson is a professional vocalist who graduated from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington, DC and earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Professional Music as a Vocal Major from Berklee College of Music in Boston.
In 2017, LaTonya relocated back to the Northern Virginia area from New York and made her performance debut in the DMV in CAPAC’S Production of Langston Hughes’ Black Nativity.
LaTonya’s upcoming plans are to continue honoring God by sharing her gift of song and her lifelong journey of music by developing and honing her craft as a Worship Leader and Recording Artist as she prepares to record her own CD in 2020.