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Elder Demetrice Smith

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Demetrice Smith currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her husband and four children. She is a worshipper, servant, teacher, and an ordained Elder at The Potter’s House of Dallas, Texas, where she serves faithfully under her spiritual leaders Bishop T. D. and First Lady Serita Jakes.Elder Smith operates with a prophetic anointing and is gifted by God to also serve in many other facets of ministry. Elder Smith believes in the power of Jesus’ shed blood and stands on John 15:16, "You did not choose Me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit, and that your fruit should remain, that whatever you ask the Father in My name He may give you." It was her love for this scripture and faith in God’s promise that inspired her to institute The Fruit That Remains Ministries, which empowers men and women in all walks of life to reach for and achieve their God-given purpose through skills development, education, and prayer.Not only is Elder Smith dedicated to the spreading of the Gospel, she is also the owner of several businesses. “Business empowerment is essential for success in any community; having the right skills and tools in your toolkit can make a huge difference in social and economic success.” Elder Smith is also near completion of her first book, where she discusses the overwhelming presence and impact of depression not only in the community and church, but in the pulpit. The book, written as a case-study, will tell not only her story, but the story of other leaders who are successful in many areas, yet may feel the “creeping vines” of depression invading their life, particularly when the leaders themselves have been so successful in helping others. The book, tentatively titled I’m Dying On the Inside, will be released Fall 2016.

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