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Women in Ministry- Kaldejia "Lady Dee" Faulk talks Deliverance from Depression

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Pastor Clarissa Johnson interviews Kaldejia "Lady Dee" Faulk as she shares her journey as a woman in ministry.  Lady Dee shares her beginning days of becoming a pastor's wife with no church background or interest in being in ministry or a first lady.  She also shares her personal development in Christ and how she began serving in ministry.  Her story of realizing she was battling with depression while serving in ministry will encourage you to deal with those hidden places of hurt and disappointments in your own life.  There is deliverance for your pain and depression.

Lady Dee is is an associate pastor, author, purpose coach, and inspirational speaker.  She currently holds an Bachelors Graduate Degree in Social Work from HBCU Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina.  Her greatest achievement following being a wife, mother, and grandmother, is impacting the lives of men and women who are in transition from doing life to embracing purpose.  As a conqueror of depression and overcomer of negative self-talk and emotional trauma, she has embraced her purpose assignment: to empower men and women to embrace God’s purpose for their lives and impact the masses.

Lady Dee along with other first ladies, a featured author in the book Unstuck, which is designed to empower today’s women in ministry and contributing author of the Women In Ministry Manual, a hands-on ministry resource manual form women in ministry. Her most recent work is entitled Embracing Your Set Place which is designed to empower the believer to release his or her talents within and without the local church.

She can be found on social media platforms as ladydeefaulk to include Facebook, Instagram, and twitter.  For more information about Lady Dee and her ministry, visit the ministry's website at www.faithtabernaclesc.org

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