About

J. S. Willoughby


Rev. J. S. Willoughby is an Evangelist and Bible Teacher, as well as a published Author.

His evangelistic ministry has been blessed of God with great anointing, and powerful demonstration of the Spirit in healings and miracles as he ministers the Word of Faith

His teaching ministry, carries him into many different venues. Emphasizing…Discipleship training, Small Group development, Structures and Strategies for leadership, and Ministry Mentoring for young men and women.

Visit our Teaching Blog » Meat in Due Season.


Comments:

“J. S. Willoughby has found a rewarding niche in the cleft of the will of God. Writing requires passion, and he has discovered its source of inspiration.
His words may prove as timely and soothing as a minstrel’s lullaby on a soft and quiet evening. May these recorded musings ignite a spark that stokes the fire in your spirit.”
~ Dr. Fred Childs – Pastor, Author, and Leadership Authority


www.churchmentor.net

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“J. S. Willoughby has inspired literally thousands with his anointed preaching, powerful discernment, and laser-sharp focus on winning the lost for Christ.”
~ Rodger Mangold, Senior Pastor, Turning Point Ministries, Rochester, Michigan

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“J. S. Willoughby is well read, a deep thinker, and spiritually astute. He will, with keen penetration, probe your mind; shaking old patterns that have been puffed up with man-induced leaven. You will enjoy reading his thoughts and will be challenged to quest God, the ultimate goal.”
~ Joel Barnaby, Senior Pastor, Greater Church of Philadelphia. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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J. S. Willoughby’s Amazon Author’s Page

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