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Women in Ministry- Rev. Kanisha Adkins talks Saved, Single & Serving

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Pastor Clarissa talks with Rev. Kanisha Adkins about her journey, as a woman in ministry.  Rev. Kanisha shares her salvation experience and the decision to surrender to the call to preach.  During this interview, Rev. Kanisha shares her journey of being saved and single and the challenges she's faced along the way.  She also shares her experience of betrayal and the blessing that came from it.  If you are a single woman, serving in the Kingdom, this interview is definitely a MUST HEAR!  Also, if you've ever been betrayed, or if you are dealing with betrayal on the job, you don't want to miss the encouragement provided from our guest. 

Rev. Dr. Kanisha L. Adkins is a dynamic preacher, a talented and prolific writer, and a published author. She has earned several terminal degrees including a Juris Doctor from the University of Richmond, School of Law, a Master of Divinity from the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University and a Master of Social Work from Virginia Commonwealth University. Her education and training in the legal profession have allowed her to work for various agencies of the Commonwealth of Virginia. She has also worked as a clinical counselor and has been actively involved in ordained ministry for over 20 years. She considers herself to be a “Professional Hybrid” and uses a "hybrid" approach, drawing from legal, ministerial and clinical viewpoints, to educate, empower and encourage. She is the author of two books: HELP! THERE’S A JUDAS ON MY JOB! 9 Steps for Surviving Workplace
Betrayal and LESS THAN VIRTUOUS – MORE THAN CAPABLE: Affirmations for Everyday Women.

To learn more about and to connect with Rev. Kanisha Adkins, visit her webiste: .http://kanishaladkins.com/

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