Bible Study Teacher. Women's Minister. Sunday School Teacher. Missionary. Published Author. Minister to Women with Chronic and Debilitating Pain. Youth Leader. Worship Team. Choir Leader...and the list goes on. For most of her adult life, Jan has been involved in some capacity of Christian service and has been in full-time ministry with her life's focus on teaching and presenting the powerful truth in God's Word for nearly two decades. She has ministered at conferences, weekend retreats, banquets, women's events and in pulpits on Sunday mornings across the globe. As President and Co-Founder of Heart of God International Ministries, her international travels have their roots in obedience to God's call having grown from her deep passion for missions and, more importantly, her understanding of the importance of the Great Commission. Jan has also led inspiring, in-depth and challenging Bible Studies for women, imparting great love for personal study of God's Word.
Jan is currently accepting ministry appointments for women's banquets, retreats, conferences and other gatherings, as well as invitations to present Heart of God International Ministries to missions conferences, churches, clubs, classes and community groups. For more information, please contact Jan directly (click here). Jan never charges a fee for speaking and relies wholly dependent on God's provision. Any love offering received over and above her ministry expenses are used to further the work of Heart of God International so God may be glorified and His Kingdom established in the hearts men, women and children worldwide.
September 10, 2016
Maple Avenue Church of God
1352 S. Maple Avenue, Fairborn, OH
Phone: (937) 878-5459
Along with special guest Corrie Guckenberger, Jan will be ministering at the Bee One Women's Gathering in Fairborn, Ohio on September 10, 2016. This conference will focus on being one voice and one body in our efforts to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ both near and far. For more information, please contact the church at the number provided. Special thanks to JoAnn Whitt for her vision and leadership to make this event possible!
October 14-19, 2016
Mountain View Chalet
Born to a young couple unaware of what life had in store for them.
Parental rights surrendered and placed in foster care awaiting a sibling’s birth.
A search for a family who would take her and her newborn brother began.
Finally, on February 13, 1953, the day arrived when the door to the foster care home was closed behind her for the last time. That was the day she said goodbye to her brother, now 7 months old.
Let's back up and begin again ... continue reading here.