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#34 Pastor Alicia Dudley Dancing the Vision & Making it Plain

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Co-Pastor Dudley began studying dance at the early age of three and has been dancing to the glory and honor of God since age fourteen.  Co-Pastor Alicia Johnson-Dudley is the Virginia TEN Coordinator, a graduate of Eagle International Training Institute (EITI) as a licensed Minister of Dance (Apostle/Dr. Pamela Hardy) and graduate of many schools of ministry arts. As of August 2008, she with her husband, Pastor Thomas E. Dudley, Sr., pastor New Generation Fellowship Kingdom Building Ministry (Newport News, Virginia). Pastor Dudley is also the co-owner of Dudley’s Driving Center, King Street Driving School, and Harmonious Voices for Christ (HVC) Enterprises, Hampton, VA.

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In this interview Pastor Alicia discusses:

  • Dancing at the age of 3
  • Discovering dancing for the Lord after accepting Christ
  • Dealing with naysayers who don't believe that dance should be in the church
  • What our role is as a praise dancer when we step before the people
  • The need to be connected to the Lord in order to minister
  • Being able understand the message that needs to go forth depending on the location
  • How leaders can deal with disobedience within their dance ministries
  • How to balance ministry and life
  • TEN  (The Eagles Network)
  • The importance of education when it comes to being able to effectively Dance the Vision and Make it Plain
  • What it means to Dance the Vision & Make it Plain and How to carry this out effectively

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Email: prazdance@gmail.com
Email: VAtheeaglesnetwork@gmail.com

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