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Apostle Charlezetta NixonRev. Charolyn Jones
By Cora Jackson-FossettSentinel Religion Editor
Two ‘Power Word Preachers' headline a spiritual breakfast program on Saturday, February 11, at 8 a.m., at Applebee's located at 12129 Imperial Highway in Norwalk.
Sponsored by the A.M.E. Church Southern California Conference Women In Ministry, the event features uplifting messages by Apostle Charlezetta Nixon, first lady of Ward A.M.E. Church, and Rev. Charolyn J. Jones, associate minister at Brookins Community A.M.E. Church, both in Los Angeles.
"You will be refreshed and inspired upon the Word expounded by these two dynamic preachers. We encourage all within the Southern California area to come out and receive nourishment for your body and soul," said Rev. Felicia R. Bagneris, SCCWIM Coordinator.
The ticket donation is $10 and available by calling Rev. Patricia Langley at (310) 357-6534 or Rev. Marian Wright Young at (310) 365-7989.
Apostle Nixon is founder of Blessed Ministries, an interdenominational ministry focusing on intercessory prayer, deliverance and healing. The ministry provides a 24-hour Prayer Line, Community Bible Study, Healing and Deliverance Services, and a variety of Bible-based seminars and conferences.
She attended the University of Phoenix and City University in Tacoma, Washington. She is currently enrolled at Wagner Leadership Institute in Colorado Springs, CO, and Ramah School of Prophetic Development in Phoenix, AZ.
Rev. Jones received her Master's of Divinity degree from San Francisco Theological Seminary - Pasadena campus. A native of Los Angeles, she earned Bachelor of Science and Master's of Business Administration degrees from University of LaVerne before attending seminary.
She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (PMI). In 2010, Rev. Jones helped organize a free legal clinic at Ward A.M.E. Church to provide services to low-income residents in the greater Los Angeles area.