May 10, 2020
Part 1 of 4; Special Guest Interview with Sis. Charonda Johnson. Charonda Johnson is the founder of "Warriors Are Restored Facebook Prayer Group" She shares how God gave her victory over severe pain in her body that came after serving our country in the United States Air Force. She is a two-time combat veteran, who went into the military in peacetime on the dawn of the first war fought in the theater of Iraq. She shares her journey, her love for worshipping God and it enabled her to survive the mental and physical challenges that came as a result of serving in combat.
She went into the military with a mission from God, He instructed her to be a light. After a successful career she chose to leave military service after 7 plus years. This was just the beginning of her new journey into a life that would be filled with pain. After some time she found herself in a wheel chair and on Thirteen different medications. She is honest and says that if it wasn’t for the faith of her family, she would not have made it. She shares how in her dark times, God always sent someone to her to help her. The turn around came after a very special choir rehearsal.
She was attending The Resurrection Center Bishop S. Todd Townsend. At a rehearsal where the presence of God showed up and started moving. Many miracles took place during this rehearsal and these special anointing moved into the next service. During that service she walked out of the choir stand with her canes to the altar. She got up from the altar without her canes and she knew that God had done something for her. All of the symptoms didn’t go completely away but she was able to endure life since this miracle happened.
She shares about the loss of her friend from high school who was in the military who committed suicide. Warriors are Restored Facebook Community was created to increase awareness to pray for the military. It’s for anyone who wants to pray for our military. It’s important to pray for our Nation and these warriors. The suicide rates for all military are staggering. The Church needs to be praying for them. We need to serve them and Mrs. Johnson portrays this.
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