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Love brought me back
By Rev. Dr. Joyce T. Henderson
Published March 18, 2010

Rev. Dr. Joyce T. Henderson


My Testimony

The man went away and told the Jews that it was Jesus who had made him well. ~John 5:15


Love brought me back

By: Rev. Dr. Joyce T. Henderson


During the past two years many folks have wondered and inquired about the whereabouts of Dr. Joyce T. Henderson previous associate Pastor of Brookins A.M.E. church. Many folks wondered is she still in the city or did she move to another state.

Well the answer is no! Dr. Henderson is very much alive and is a member of “Living in Victory enlightenment Center where Dr. Frederick O. Murph is pastor. During her absence Dr. Henderson slipped into a four day coma and was miraculous healed by the Lord and has resumed preaching.

Dr. Henderson wants to tell somebody that you may be sick in your body today; you may have a chronic aliment. It may seem like it has been present all your life. You may have a sharp stabbing pain that occurs irregularly and someone may have recurring headaches. Someone else may be experiencing the stiff discomfort of arthritis in your joints. Regardless of the sickness and pain you can be healed today! Know that it is God’s will to heal you until you have lived out your allotted span of life. He did it for me and he can do it for you.

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