Who We Are
Hi, my name is Ronda Wagner. I am a daughter, a sister, a friend, a wife, mother, grandmother, believer, prayer, and a worshipper. I enjoy reading more than most people, I drink way too much coffee and I think Downton Abbey was the BEST PBS series ever! Most importantly, I am a beloved daughter of God Most High. As far as professions go, I have a M.S. in Exercise Science and Health Promotion, a B.A. in Political Science and am an aspiring author. Some combination, huh? Long story short, I trust that God has a plan and He has purpose in every journey. (See Ephesian 2:10 Amplified). So nowadays, I am faith walking and endeavoring to use my God-given gifts to impact the kingdom of God.
I serve in the Kingdom of God as a prophetic voice committed to speaking creative Spirit-filled words to the hearts of hearers. Word of Encouragement is the manifestation of my vision and purpose. My prophetic gifts were developed through prophetic courses offered through Father's Heart Ministry of Branson, MO. Through their internship program and ministry, I had the privilege of serving there through sharing prophetic words of encouragement. I have since grown in vision and purpose and serve the body of Christ through the ministry of Word of Encouragement. As an aspiring prophetic writer, I have taken my blog posts at www.kelbeychronicles.com and self-published a devotional full of encouragement for real life... life, laughs and living water. I enjoy studying Torah and have also self-published a devotional on Torah insights entitled Kelbey Chronicles Volume 2: Sweetness of the Scroll. Ministry from Word of Encouragement also includes prayer and intercession with a group of faithful women who love to pray. Whether it is writing, speaking, teaching, praying or prophesying I believe that words have creative power. We continue to serve the Body of Christ through teaching, praying and prophesying. My prayer is that the inspired words found here, on my blogs, in my books or found coming forth from my mouth will encourage, comfort and edify. May God Most High and His Christ receive glory and honor through our obedience to his command.
Grace and peace be multiplied to you.