I love life and look forward to each day that the Lord sends. I have written 2 books. They can be viewed on my web-site: www.savagehouse.net.
I want to do all I can to fulfill God's calling upon my life.
german choc. cake, peach cobbler alamode or apple pie alamode with cheddar cheese on the side
My Favorite People:
Jesus, my mom
My Favorite Sports Team and/or Individual Sports Personalities:
My Favorite Books:
after the Bible, A letter to my sisters:The way out by Voncele Savage
Looking thru the Fence/Diamonds in the Rough by Voncele Savage
...and the little girl cries by April Martin ;The Left Behind series by Jerry Jenkins
My Favorite Movies:
The Passion; A Night With the King
My Favorite Television Shows:
The Cosby Show; anything on HGTV
My Favorite Music:
Good old fashioned gospel music
My School or Alma Mater:
Lincoln Univ. Jefferson City, Mo.
wrote 2 books. received evangelistic license from the P.A. of W.
received a teacher of the year award.
birthed 2 fantastic kids: April (Wapani) & Ty (The Divine Prince)
Why I'm Here:
To Network, To Make Friends, To Share Ideas, To Learn, To Change the World
My love for Christ
to travel all over the world
to become a world-recognized author and speaker
My ultimate goal is to reach as many souls as I can for the Kingdom of God.
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