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Join me and my special guest Prophetess Donine Wallace as we talk about what to do when the storms of life hit your house.
Prophetess Donine Wallace is an ordained prophetess under the leadership of Apostle Sylvester Simpson and Pastor Beatrice Simpson of Kings to the Kingdom Prophetic Ministries in Essex, Md., where she has been a member for 3years. She was filled with the Holy Ghost and received Jesus as her Lord and Saviour in 1994. She was called by God as a prophet in 2000. Prophetess Wallace had an encounter with God in a vision where He touched her lips and spoke into her life that great words would come forth from her mouth. From that encounter to this day, she has been walking in her calling as His prophetess. In 2004, Prophetess Wallace was ordained a prophetess under the leadership of Dr. Marie E. Brice of Pentecostal Church of Deliverance Ministries, Inc. in Baltimore, Md, where she had been a faithful member for 15 years. Prophetess Wallace evangelizes the word of God and has a heart for God's people. She attended Bowie State University, where she received her Bachelor's of Science Degree in Early Childhood/ Special Education in 1997. In 2011, Prophetess Wallace received her Master's Degree in Education Administration and Supervision from the University of Phoenix. Prophetess Wallace is a special education teacher who has been working in the field of special education for 15 years in Prince George's County Public Schools. She has a ministry of encouraging and building the people of God to the level where God is calling them. She is a visionary, a seer, a spiritual midwife, an educator, prayer warrior, a wife to her anointed and wonderful husband of 15 years, Elder Winston Wallace, Jr., a mother to her 5 children: London, Lauryn, Lindsay, Laura, and Joshua, and a prophetic revelatory writer.
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