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Opal Dalton - Stepping Out Blessed - Corryton, TN

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Opal Dalton

Stepping Out Blessed, Corryton, TN

About Opal:

Opal was saved and baptized in water at an early age. She was filled with the Holy Ghost and baptized with the Fire in 1975.  Married to her high school sweetheart, Don Dalton, for 54 years. she is a  mother of 5, grandmother of 9, great grandmother of 7. and has 2 sons in love, a daughter in love,  and also a son in love which in heaven. 

A native of East Tennessee, she has lived in TN most of her life. She also lived in Florida in the 70's. Opal has worked in various areas of ministry from the age of 12 years old. She was also an entrepreneur and business owner from 1964- 1990. Her life changed dramatically the first Sunday evening of July 1990, when she answered the call to full-time ministry. 

Flying Higher Ministries was founded by Don and Opal in May 1993. They were Co Pastors for over 20 years, during which time they opened buildings which had been closed,  usually for 2 years or more. Opal Dalton - Stepping Out Blessed - Corryton, TN

The Flying Higher television program was launched in May 1993  and was co hosted by Don and Opal for 12 years.  

With great joy, Opal serves as an ambassador for  the Kingdom of GOD, mentoring and loving people unconditionally. The life giving anointed word and personal experiences she shares, exhorts those who hear to strive for a closer, intimate, victorious walk with the Lord. 

As the Spirit leads, Opal will accept appointments to speak at conferences, retreats,  and other events   Her desire is to see souls saved, lives forever changed,  and to help others find and take their place, and go forth,  bearing fruit that forever remains. 

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