Evangelist Michelle Ministries
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About Evangelist Michelle Ministries
Evangelist Michelle Hall
Michelle born a Preacher’s Kid, quickly learned the importance of being a servant to the body of Christ. She served as Director of the Youth Choir and eventually served as Minister of Music. She is the founder of Prayer Warriors Church Drama Club providing opportunities of expression and faith in the form of stage plays. During this time, she received the baptism of the Holy Spirit and began to boldly walk in the things of God. She organized Kingdom Building Outreach Ministry (KBOM) which provides clothes, toys and resources to those in need. She orchestrated adopt an inmate program in which letters of encouragement are written to inmates. Briefly she worked as a writer for Urban Ministries Young Adult Sunday School books. She graduated in 1997 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Chicago State University. In March of 1997, she married Ricky Hall, and they are now the proud parents of Jeremy, Brandon, and Jessica Hall. She worked for State of Illinois as an Human Service Caseworker for 9 years, before pursing writing as a fulltime position. Michelle was ordained as a minister of the Gospel in October of 2005. She currently serves as Praise and Worship Leader at Prayer Warriors Church in Chicago, IL. She is currently a on staff writer with Purpose Driven Magazine reaching millions daily. Michelle wrote her first book in 2013 entitled “This Journey Is an Process.” She wrote a two book children series entitled, “Mimi’s Book Series.” In 2016, Michelle broke her record by writing her bestseller “Breaking Family Ties. 2018 Congregants favorite was released "Faith vs Fear". She currently hosts an annual conference Power Weekend were the attendees are empowered and equipped to pursue their purpose. She is dedicated to the equipping of saints to go beyond the veil and into the presence of God.
"When God gives me a plan, I don't fit my plan between His plan. I scrap my plan."— Michelle Cook-Hall