Equipped and Empowered:

Preparing Women For Spiritual Battle

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Equipped and Empowered is a seven-week Bible study designed to prepare women for spiritual battle. This study is a stroll down gold-paved streets on a quest to know God and a journey down the Enemy’s dusty barren path.

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Pat Domangue, Founder

On Fire Ministries

As founder of On Fire Ministries, I desire to see women’s lives changed through the power of God’s word just as mine has been changed. I am a Bible study author and teacher and women’s event speaker with a passion for God's Word and for women to experience the incredible life transforming power of His word. View my Testimony Drama
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Complete Healing: The Way It Began, The Way it Will Be

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