Rhonda Sexton, 47, is a lifelong Missouri resident and lives in rural Neosho with her husband, Jimmy, of 22 years. They have four children.
Accepting Christ at a young age, Rhonda has been involved with many denominations and ministry positions. She has taught many classes, directed women’s ministries, served as a youth pastor and has been active in community outreach efforts.
Raising her own children was her primary ministry for the past 20 years. For the past 24 years Rhonda has written Christian columns in many different newspapers in three different states, inspiring others to strive to enjoy life in every phase.
Rhonda is committed to sharing her insights on overcoming fear and connecting with the power of the Holy Spirit. Her goal is to lead hurting people out of the darkness of depression and back into living victoriously as God intends.
While many ministries are focused on Third World countries, Rhonda believes the largest mission field is right here in our own back yards.
“People have become complacent and even burned out with religion and the church,” she said. “We have to stop teaching tradition and start teaching truth from the scripture to see real change in individual lives.
“Christians are supposed to be the happiest and most blessed population on earth, so the lost can tell who we are from our love. It’s time that becomes a reality.”
Rhonda is available for speaking engagements and conferences. Her books — “Encouraged to Change” and “Raised in Fear but Saved by Grace” — will be available soon.
You’re invited to follow her on Facebook at Rhonda Sexton Ministries.
Rhonda can be reached by phone or text at (417) 389-1222 and by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.