About the Book
The life of Marcia B. Armstead has been one of service and adventure, and this is her story of servant leadership as God directed her. She has filled many roles in her life: that of a mother and pastor’s wife, a working woman whose career spanned many years and included positions at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, federal and state judicial systems, and as an administrative assistant to two Seventh-day Adventist General Conference vice-presidents.
Marcia attended Oakwood College (now Oakwood University) and Andrews University, and fulfilled the lifelong dream of receiving a college degree after her retirement. She obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management in Christian Leadership from Colorado Christian University. The most fulfilling part of her life came in her later years when God called her to ministry as Assistant for Pastoral Care in the Rocky Mountain Conference. She helped her church and pastor develop ministry outreach programs (Card Ministry, Foyer Ministry, Prayer Ministry, Mentoring, and Litigation advocacy) based on servant leadership.
Marcia’s story will strengthen your daily practice of personal evangelism--welcome, connect, and nurture—with those you meet. Her experiences demonstrate what God can do through anyone who gives their heart to Him in leadership.
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About the Author
Marcia B. Armstead, a pastor’s wife and mother, retired from a career in many different fields. She realized her dream of graduating from college, after God called her to a ministry of presenting seminars, writing books [The Complete Wo/Man: An Index to the Heart (2002) and Fragrance of God’s Love: An Autobiography through the Love of My Friends (2010)], and before being offered a position as Assistant for Pastoral Care in the Rocky Mountain Conference. She helped develop her church’s ministry outreach programs, based on the principles of servant leadership.
Marcia lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and attends Colorado Springs Central SDA Church. She retired from pastoral assistant work to focus on preparing and presenting seminars on, “The Joy of Aging.” In her spare time, she enjoys consulting and mentoring those who are discouraged and sending cards, text messages, and letters to encourage the sick and elderly. She loves meeting people from all walks of life and socializing with her many friends.
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