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Faith and Service - Clarissa Pace

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Our guest today is Evangelist Clarissa Pace.  Mrs. Clarissa resides in Monticello with her husband Jerome Pace, who is a McGehee High School Principal. They have five children and five grandchildren.

A native of El Dorado, AR, Mrs. Pace is a graduate of El Dorado High and Capital City Junior College of Business with a degree in Radio/TV Broadcasting. She has been extensively trained in the principles of finance through professional, expert trainers, of myEcon, Inc. She owns and operates her own business, Shekinah Services, in which she is a financial educator and offers financial services and products. She teaches individuals and their families how to minimize taxes, eliminate debt, improve credit, budget management, and investment education. She is an IRS authorized tax preparer.

Mrs. Pace released her first book as a published author in June 2012 entitled, “Financial Transformation – 101.” This book is a personal testimony of her journey to financial restoration. Her intended purpose is to let the body of Christ understand that financial success is both spiritual and natural. So her book addresses real issues of the heart. She is presently working on her second release, “Giving Up Is Not An Option.”

Mrs. Pace was called into to ministry in 1996 under the leadership of the late Rev. Royce Dale Wilson at Trinity Full Gospel Ministry of Monticello, AR. She now serves as an ordained evangelist missionary with the 3rd Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction of Arkansas COGIC under the leadership of Bishop Joe Baylor Mason. She serves as the vice president of the 3rd Jurisdiction Women’s Department Executive Board.

She is an active member of Revival Center COGIC in Monticello under the leadership of Superintendent Michael Jones.

She has served as a community leader in several capacities of Drew County and presently serves as chairperson of the Drew County Single Parent Scholarship Board.

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