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     Youth Rally .... Praise Report



Praise the Lord!

Recently we had one young man age 15 receive the gift of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of tongues...

And at our Youth Rally held on September 18th...we had one young lady age 13 get refilled with the Holy Ghost....

And we also had an online friend of Evang. Franks in attendance and stated that she was truly blessed and refreshed in her coming.

We just praise God for his many blessings! It is our desire to encourage and motivate the young people of our city to keep their eyes on God and to let them know that through Christ they can do anything.

My message to young people every where is to praise God the way you know how...the Bible says to make a joyful noise unto the did not say only with hymnals or only in long skirts and black suits...but you be who you are in Christ and praise him like He gives it to you...And if no one accepts your praise, its okay as long as God accepts it...thats all that matters.

I love you in Jesus name,

Evangelist KrishNa "Teana" Franks

Evangelist Krishna T.A. Franks

     Krishna T.A. Franks was born on October 3, 1973 in Kankakee, Illinois. She began writing poetry at the age of seven and plays and other writings thereafter. She received the call to the ministry through a vision at the age of 19 years old. Krishna received her state ministerial license in October 1994 and national license in July 1999.

     Evangelist Franks is very active in ministry. She has already performed a wedding and has been called on to "bring the Word" at different churches. Sister TeaNa, as she likes to be called, is an Assistant to the pastor, an avid prayer warrior, Choir Directress, Assistant CEA, Sunday School Teacher, PYPU president, finishing the required courses in Interpreting for the Deaf at Mesa College and is currently writing her first book entitled Listen to Me.

     Under the umbrella of the Women's Ministry, she organized a series of True Love Waits abstinence program seminars for the tens and the singles ending with an actual wedding ceremony with engraved rings.

     Sister TeaNa is constantly before the Lord and has a burden for the young people. She desires to teach out in ministry to the deaf community and the youth. Her persistence and dedication to the Lord make her a true role model for old as ell as the young.

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