Dr Jackie Greene: “We Don’t Get to Pause Our Message in Crisis”

Jackie Greene

As the world continues to come to terms with the sudden elongated hardship and tension instigated by COVID-19, representatives of the Gospel of Christ have consistently been dishing out inspirations to keep our faith soaring in perilous times.

Taking to social media, Dr. Jackie Greene, a wife, mother, dentist, Co-Pastor of Forward City Church and – a Forward Woman, delivers a timely message to people as she reignites the spirit mind, urging Christian faithfuls not to quit their fervency in God during crisis.

In a 1-min video shared on her IG page, The beautiful wife to celebrated gospel star Travis Greene, preached emphatically on “Legacy” stressing that our it is tied to our consistency.

“Consistency is Key! We don’t get to pause our message in times of crisis.” captioned Dr. Jackie in the post, “That’s why consistency is so important! Your life is always PREACHING! The question is, what message are you preaching to those around you?”

“We are in a moment that there’s COVID time and we’re looking around, and we might no be actually acting in the fruit of what the Lord has passed unto us been women and men of faith and speking those things that be not as tho they were” She Adds in the video

Dr. Jackie Greene who’s passionate about sharing the fundamental truths of faith, prayer and authentic self-worth for women everywhere continues to actively deliver life-changing sermons fitted for our daily growth.



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