This woman took History Makers Training and then began her ministry. She had wanted to move to another part of town away from an area with many drug addicts there. She then realized that actually God wanted her to begin reaching these people for Jesus! She created a support group for “families of the addicted.” The group is growing already and addicts are being reached and rehabilitated!
After taking History Makers Training, this woman organized a type of training for personal assistants for companies. She was promoted and seen as doing things with such excellence, that the main lecturer offered her a full hour as part of the training to talk about her faith! Since then she has developed a non profit for rehab and massage for post heart attack victims.
Having completed the History Makers training earlier this year, I am now in the process of publishing my very first book called "Splashes of a Brush"- a colourful devotional that aims to inspire the reader to have a closer walk with Jesus! The book will be coming out at the end of December 2017. I also just launched my new website that articulates some of the adventures I believe Jesus is asking me to embark on with Him! Inspiredtoimpel.com came into being after attending History Makers training and aims to serve churches and small groups to become effectively equipped to reach the lost.
”This training system is supernatural! Here I am on Skype during “open forum” hearing the testimonies of what is happening to the attendees during the training. This man wept uncontrollably for the first time in years having experienced the Presence of God yesterday like never before. He was shocked that under the anointing he was able to write and complete all assignments for new ministry!
Canadian Director Family Foundations Canada”
Pastors, Marriage Mentors and Magnetic Leadership Consultants, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.”
It would not surprise me if in the not-too-distant future, both Christians and historians begin to mention Derek Schneider with the likes of Billy Sunday, John Wesley and Martin Luther.