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Join me tomorrow at 7:00 a.m. for “Part 2: Wisdom in the Wilderness”. 🩷


Wellness Wednesday Check-in

QOTD: What type of rest do you need?

Hello welldoers! Last week, I announced that I would not be on this morning and was taking this week off to rest. Keep in mind rest does not mean we are sleeping or just being idle. In fact, here are different types of rest I want to share with you. Oftentimes, the rest we need is related to a lack of fulfillment rather than fatigue. For instance, this past weekend, I had emotional rest that allowed me to disconnect from tasks and connect with people I love and trust. In short, don’t assume physical rest is what solves everything. Have a great week and can’t wait to see you all next Wednesday!


Peonies are said to represent compassion. A little boy gifted this beautiful one to me this morning. When we don’t take time to stop and smell the flowers, God, in His love and kindness, will bring them to us. Join me tomorrow for Wellness Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. to hear about “The Power of a Purposeful Pause”.


When something is insecure, it is liable to give way or break. Unless it is firmly fixed, it can become damaged, destroyed, or disconnected from a foundation. Such is our faith. What is holding you together? Like many of you, faith leaders and community, friends, and family are intricate parts of my spiritual formation. Join me this month to learn how to navigate the uncertainties and uneasy challenges of life that can create anxious thoughts about our future. Be well!
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I recently heard a story by a pastor who experienced several losses within a short period of time. These losses signified persons who would deeply cover him in prayer. He later recalled a vision/dream seeing their names and realizing they were no longer present to intercede on his behalf, admitting at the time it was one of the most vulnerable moments in his ministry. In desperation, he cried out, “Lord, cover me!” Just then, the Comforter sent word that there will be others who will pray for and cover him. As I sat and listened to this story, I remembered getting the call that my father had passed and immediately feeling the exact same way. In fact, while on the phone with one of my best friends, the only thing I recollect from that conversation was asking, “What am I going to do now?” I can’t say what anyone else is supposed to do or can do when faced with a painful, dreadful reality. All I know is that day does not have the final say. A semicolon represents a place where a sentence could end, BUT continues on. I’m here today because I chose not to put a period after May 1, 2022. Spell check your life and remove any punctuation that is not correct. Leave a 💛 in the comments so I can pray for you today! Be well!


It is not always our haters or enemies, but sometimes we will be most harsh and harmful to our own self. People punish or place blame on themselves for things done to them in their past or when their previous actions may have hurt others. This often is exhibited when we disqualify and detach ourselves from fully embracing love, liberty, and life abundantly! Join me tomorrow for Wellness Wednesday as we conclude this months series. I truly believe “Unprisoned Part 4: Prison Sentences” is going to help and heal somebody!!!


This is a reminder for me as much as anyone else. As we seek to love others, particularly those in difficult situations (addiction, depression, abuse, etc.), it is important to remember we can sit in it with them but we cannot “love” them out. Doing more than we’re supposed to do, trying harder to give or convey things, wanting them to feel our love is different than anyone else’s and so on does not push people out of their situations any quicker, or ever for that matter. This is exhausting and is taxing on relationships more than some would like to admit. I believe the intent is pure, in most cases, but loving people IN their situation IS enough. Jesus loved and sat with people through and in their pain, problems, and personal prisons. Whoever this is for, love people in it and trust that God will bring them out!


Wellness Wednesday has a new series for April!!! Join me as we study Galatians 5 and what it means to be and stay free….UNPRISONED! You don’t want to miss this! ⛓️


It’s the first day of April and a great time to reflect and reset. Maybe the first few months weren’t what you expected. If so, say goodbye to what could’ve been - embrace where you are now and explore what it will take to move forward. If you’re on a good path, then keep going and stay focused! Remember to be kind to yourself, extend grace to others, and BE WELL!!!


“Joyful is the person who finds wisdom, the one who gains understanding.” - Proverbs‬ ‭3‬:‭13‬ ‭NLT‬‬

I have learned so much in the past year about myself and my mission - both have greatly transformed since my last birthday. I’m grateful for all God has granted, given, and guaranteed me. It’s MY YEAR OF JOY! 💛
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It’s been a year of WELLNESS WEDNESDAY! Thank you for supporting the ministry God has graciously allowed me to share each week. Last February, I had no idea how this one leap of faith would affect so many people! Since then, I started my business, Well With You, LLC, traveled to various cities for Wellness Workshops, hosted Wellness Wednesday Nights, added Wellness Coaching, and I’m looking forward to even more opportunities! My heart is full as I look back at how God has always placed the right people in my life to push and pour into me. 💛

Join me tomorrow as I begin a new series: “What’s In Your Hand?”

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Join me tomorrow as we start a new series based on the e-book, The Principles of Naomi, by Rev. Felecia Pearson Smith. The Book of Ruth is an eponym of a woman who experiences an unexpected crisis and encounters an opportunity to recover what she lost. Naomi, her mother-in-law, is more than instrumental in this story - she is an intercessor, even amid her own tragedy. Sometimes, you have to return to to your roots to be restored and rewarded.♥️

To follow this teaching series more closely, please email [email protected] to order and download the e-book and study questions.


Romans 14:19 reminds us that we must pursue what promotes peace and be intentional in saying things that builds up one another. Join me tomorrow for Selah Part 3: Pursue Peace.


For many, the beginning of the New Year has been met with unexpected challenges and unsolicited change. Join me tomorrow to discuss how we can Plan to be Present, especially amid moments of uncertainty. Invite a friend to listen in and discover what happens when we honor our time with the Lord as well as those we love and lead.


While January is typically the time when most people start something, my series for the first month of 2023 is centered on pausing and reflecting. Join me as I return to Wellness Wednesday to learn more!


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The arrival of Jesus brought a peace that transcends our understanding, yet we can sense His presence, especially in the most vulnerable and volatile times of our lives. Join me tomorrow as we discuss His peace and how it guards our hearts and minds.


Thank You Veterans!

A New Start for Moises, organized by Jim Terry 11/09/2022

A New Start for Moises, organized by Jim Terry

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A New Start for Moises, organized by Jim Terry Hi my name is Jimmy and as of recent months, thousands of Asylum seekers have arrived in the states … Jim Terry needs your support for A New Start for Moises

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See you tmrw morning as we dig deeper into Impostor Syndrome Part 2: History and Habits.


Join me this month as I share some Jewels about a common, yet silent killer of dreams and God-given desires - IMPOSTER SYNDROME!!! Most of us have experienced self-doubt and/or maybe even self-sabotaged an opportunity or relationship due to imposter syndrome and its effects. Perhaps you’ve never heard of the term, but noticed a persistent feeling of inadequacy and second-guessing when it comes to your gifts, goals, or growth. If so, let’s talk about it so we can all be well!

Photos from TRUST MINISTRIES's post 09/11/2022

Baptism at the Beach 🦾God is good!

Even a school of dolphins joined us behind the crashing waves 🌊 🐬


Join me tomorrow for Wellness Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. 🤎🤎


God is raising up new leaders!! Minister Priscilla Williams is one of them! Don’t miss this!

We are thrilled to announce Minister Priscilla Williams will be joining us to serve as an incredible for our ’sConvention, this October in !
Priscilla Williams is a passionate and creative believer. She is a minister of the gospel, worship leader, speaker, and host of “The Orange Podcast”. Having accepted her call to ministry many years ago, she loves ministering to the young and ministering in music. Priscilla is a graduate of Anderson University with a Bachelors Degree in Film Production.
Priscilla serves at the First Church of God Christian Life Center in Evanston, IL under the leadership of Pastor Monté Dillard, Sr. She serves alongside her husband Kendrick Williams of 7 years as leaders of youth ministry.
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Taking time to reflect, remember, and rejoice with my family as we mourn the loss of this beautiful soul, our beloved patriarch, Bishop Clarence Lee. On Sunday, my father received his reward in heaven yet left so many valuable and vital lessons for us here on earth. Thank you all for the tremendous outpouring of love and ongoing prayers during this season. Wellness Wednesday will resume next week. Until then, be kind to yourself, extend grace to others, and be well! 💛



“He isn’t here! He is risen from the dead, just as he said would happen. Come, see where his body was lying.”
‭‭Matthew‬ ‭28:6‬ ‭

012 - What do you dream about? - The Orange Podcast 03/19/2022

012 - What do you dream about? - The Orange Podcast

012 - What do you dream about? - The Orange Podcast On this episode Priscilla vents about her dream.


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We join with others as we remember and celebrate the life and legacy of our dear brother and friend, Bro. Benny. Take your rest, we will miss you.

We regret to inform you of the passing of Reverend Benjamin (Benny) Santiago. Please pray for Rev. Santiago's family and the youth, prisoners, and other lost and hurting souls he loved and served through the Madison County and Indiana Sheriff's Chaplaincy Programs. Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints. Psalms 116:15


Rev. Benjamin (Benny) Santiago, 69, went to rest in the arms of Jesus on January 10, 2022, at I.U. Health University Hospital in Indianapolis after years of health struggles. Benny was born in Santurce, Puerto Rico to Claudina Figueroa Rivera, December 17, 1952. He moved to New York City at the age of five. He grew up in the streets of Brooklyn, NY, becoming involved with gang activity and drug abuse.

He enlisted in the United States Marine Corps in 1970. On Good Friday, 1979, he was introduced to Jesus Christ by the late Rev. Dr. Hattie Downer. From that day forward, he dedicated the rest of his life to telling everyone he met about the saving power of Jesus.

He founded the United Prison Street Revival Ministry and graduated from Redeemer Bible Institute in New York.

In 1983 he married Tammy and moved to Indiana, where he became involved in prison ministry at the Pendleton Reformatory and the Pendleton Correctional Complex. He was also named the chaplain for the Madison County Youth Center.

The years of drug abuse took a toll on his body, and he received a kidney transplant in 1986. We are forever grateful for the family who donated their loved one's kidney.

He obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Christian Ministry and Addictions Counseling from Indiana Wesleyan University and became an ordained minister with the Church of God (Anderson) in 1990.

In 1991 he founded the Madison County Sheriff's Department Chaplaincy Program, where he served as senior chaplain for 30 years until his death. During that time, he also founded Project HOPE, a mentoring program for at-risk youth, and was one of the founding members of the Indiana Sheriff's Chaplaincy Conference. He was involved in numerous community service programs, including the Anderson Noon Lions Club and the advisory board for the Salvation Army. He received many awards and commendations for his service to the community over the years.

To know Benny was to love him. He enjoyed life to its fullest. He never met a stranger. He loved Jesus, his wife, his family, he loved people, and he loved this community. All who knew him know that he really enjoyed golf. The annual chaplaincy banquet and golf outing fundraisers are testaments to his commitment to unity and reconciliation. They brought together nearly 600 people every year from all segments of the community, from all races and all walks of life for a common cause.

His passing leaves a void that can never be filled. Well done thou good and faithful servant, you may take your rest.

Benny is survived by his loving wife of 38 years, Tammy (Vandaveer); one daughter, Lydia (Marco Vaughn) Santiago of Indianapolis, two spiritual sons, Nabin (Aruna) Timsina of Seattle, WA, and Joseph (Haley) Otori of Dewitt, MI; one grandson, Kingston Vaughn, one uncle, a nephew, several nieces and cousins; parents-in-law, Bennie and Barbara Vandaveer, sisters-in-law, Renee Vandaveer and Robin (Donald) Brooks, all of Flora, IL.

He was preceded in death by his mother; two brothers, Wilfredo Figueroa and Reinaldo Lebron; and sister-in-law, Luz Figueroa.

Friday, January 14, 2022, from 5:00 pm-8:00 pm
and Saturday, January 15, 2022, from 9:30 am-10:30 a.m.
at the East Side Church of God (2600 E. 5th St., Anderson, IN).

Home Going Services
East Side Church of God
Saturday, January 15, 2022, at 10:30 a.m.
Rev. Ragen B. Mitchell (Sr. Pastor, Sherman Street Church of God) and Rev. Dr. Edward L. Foggs (General Director Emeritus, Church of God Ministries) officiating.

with military honors will immediately follow
at Bronnenberg Cemetery in Chesterfield.

In accordance with public health guidelines, facial coverings will be required.

Memorial contributions may be made to the following:
Madison County Sheriff's Chaplaincy Program (P.O. Box 171, Anderson, IN 46017)




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