According to Titus 2:1-6, older men are to train up the younger men and older women are to train up the younger women. It is imperative that Seasoned Believers take a stand and become the salt of the earth and the light of the world. (Matthew 5:13-14) Those who have repented and been delivered from their vices, saved from the snare of Satan, accepted the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior and have a renewed mind to live and fulfill God’s purpose for their lives are coming forth to educate kids, teens & young adults.
Seasoned Believers such as Pastor Adrian Simmons, Crystal Mitchell, Glenda Fields, Pastor Rufus Fields, Edwyna Washington, Brenda Diann Johnson and Curtis Wilson are among many who are using their life experiences, wisdom and knowledge to propel young people forward into their purpose. The perspectives, wisdom and practical advice will help kids, teens & young adults choose a better way for their lives and avoid many pitfalls. Each generation is supposed to honor and reverence God, learn from their mistakes, teach and guide the next generation and move humanity forward.
Edwyna Rouchelle Washington is a native of Dallas, Texas. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Texas A&M University, Commerce. She has certifications in English Language Arts/Reading and Special Education, qualifying her to teach students ranging from early childhood through twelfth grade. She utilizes her education and skills in marketing, training and instruction, sales and management. Ms. Washington is the founder of her own preparatory school. She began the process of setting up a nonprofit, out of which came a course designed to help others set up their nonprofits. Her course is also designed to educate others how to get a 501(c)(3) exemption status for their nonprofits much less than the cost of retaining an attorney to enact the process for them. For more information on Ms. Washington, her books and services email: email@example.com
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Edwyna Washington gives her advice on the broadcast.