Reverend Marshall

Highlights **Ordained Reverend**Child of GOD**Christian Life Coach & Counselor **Sexual Assault Advocate**Social Justice Advocate**Amazon Best Selling Author**Public Speaker** ************* Reverend Dr. Marshall is a certified Christian Life Coach, Counselor, and Advocate. She serves as an Associate Minister at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Springfield, OH. Reverend Dr. Marshall holds a Ph.D. in Law & Public Policy, a Master of Science and Bachelor's in Criminal Justice. She has also earned a Masters of Art in Pastoral Counseling. Reverend Dr. Marshall was raised by her grandparents who were devout Christians, with a love for helping those in need. Grounded in Christ, with a spirit of advocacy, she has always been blessed and guided by an unwavering love and compassion for people. This led her to open her business, Unspoken Courage. Whether it is through life coaching, counseling or advocacy, her goal is to be a voice for those silenced by the harsh realities of life. In addition to her counseling and advocacy, she is an Amazon Best Selling Author and Public Speakers. She works as an Associate Professor, Instructor Mentor, and Subject Matter Expert at Liberty University where she teaches several policy related courses on-line, and as an Adjunct Professor at Clark State Community College, where she teaches Victimology and Juvenile Procedures. Reverend Dr. Marshall serves in many capacities at her church, and in her community; however, aside from her dedication and devotion to GOD, her most cherished role is wife and helpmate to her loving husband Wayne Marshall, who she feels GOD created especially for her. Reverend Dr. Marshall believes through Jesus Christ all things are possible, and with His guidance, she will help those silenced, find their voice. "Do not consider me your last hope. Instead, I am your FIRST STEP towards healing ." Dr. Marshall

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“For whatever was written in former days was written for our instruction, that through endurance and through the encouragement of the Scriptures we might have hope.” Romans 15:4 I am truly excited about what the new year has to offer, and completely overjoyed knowing that greater is in store for all of us. Not because …

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