The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy
I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full.
John 10:10 NIV
A season of hibernation.
You are in a holding pattern.
You may need to repair the broken places.
A time of preparation and to reflect on your choices.
A time to plant, develop, and create new ideas.
A season of harvest.
You produce fruit, which are the outcomes that
move you toward your destiny.
Rev. Dr. Esther Brown
Rev. Dr. Esther Brown is a mother of three, grandmother of four, and great grandmother of five (and counting). She is a preacher, teacher, role model, and mentor for many. As a perpetual ambassador for the Almighty, she has a passion for the Word of God and believes, without hesitation, that anyone can live an abundant life through Him.
Rev. Dr. Brown is a retired Associate Professor of Widener University’s School of Nursing. With her specialty in community and public health, she also served as the Director of Civic Engagement for the university’s nursing department.
Rev. Dr. Brown earned her doctoral degree in Higher Education from Immaculata University. She received her master’s degree in Community Health Nursing Administration from West Chester University. She has two bachelor’s degrees: one from Immaculata University’s School of Nursing and one from Boulden Seminary. She also has a national board certification as a Faith Community Nurse through the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
Rev. Dr. Brown is a Pastor, President of Boulden Seminary, a member of the Board of Directors for Faith Community Nurses International, and Founder of Stained Glass Ministry, Inc.
Through teaching the Word and incorporating life experiences, men and women will feel empowered and embrace a life of abundance.
For men and women to see themselves the way God sees them—fearfully and wonderfully made. (Psalm 139:14)
The various experiences that happen in life and when placed together shape our stained glass. It becomes the window of the soul by which we identify ourselves.
For everything in life there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven. (Ecclesiastes 3:1)