While the people of this world are interfering with Biblical truths and destabilizing standard moral virtues, the children of the kingdom are saving souls, setting the captives free, releasing those in bondage, opening prison gates, destroying yokes and advancing the gospel of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ; through training, educating, equipping and empowering.
Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels believes that the Lord has given each and every one of us unique talents and abilities to fulfill certain assignments in this world. The field is wide and the laborers are few. There is more than enough work to be done. No single person can do it alone.
“Use your talents and abilities wisely without interfering with anybody or copying what you are not called to do. Seek the Lord for wisdom and He will guide and instruct you on the path of your destiny,” says Dr. Pauline.
I encourage you to come, let us support and appreciate Dr. Pauline Walley for the wise counsel that she has always used as a guiding principle to help others. According to her, envy, jealousy, strife, hatred and anger are elements of witch-hunting that destroy destiny. Anybody with any of these kinds of characteristics destroys other people’s destiny by frustrating, oppressing and suppressing them from rising up to the place of celebration. She constantly warns us against destiny-destroyers.
Dr. Pauline Walley-Daniels believes in constructing and building other people’s destinies. She always says things like: “Overtaking is allowed on the express way, so long as you don’t hit my car. If you are a true child connected to my womb and destiny, you got to do better than whatever I have achieved in this life, because overtaking is very much allowed.”
We hear her say these things all the time, and we, the Youth of Overcomer’s House (The Overcomers’ Stars), always wonder why she says things like that. She’s very simple and down to earth as she interacts with everyone, especially the youths. Every one of us enjoys working with her in the church office. It’s quite interesting and uplifting to hang around Dr. Pauline. We enjoy calling her “Auntie Pauline” although we believe she is our “Mama.” My younger brother, Christian (he was 10yrs old at the time), wrote on a card that is posted on her office door: “You’re a cool adult, mom. I’m glad you’re my mom.”
We’re very happy to celebrate her as our mama and founder. You are invited and very much welcome to join us. See the information below for details.
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