Jewell has been in the ministry since 1984. She has served in various forms of church leadership, including pastoring, teaching, preaching, counseling, and evangelism in congregations across America. She has ministered at Ministers’ Conventions, Women's Ministries, unwed mothers, to singles, the incarcerated, and with battered and abused women, as well as to congregations. Wherever there are hurting, broken and wounded people, or just those hungering and thirsting for more of The Truth from God's Word, God has provided opportunities to meet the needs and bring The Gospel in a practical way.
Over the years, God has provided Jewell with many opportunities to share her testimony and the life-changing message of The Gospel of Grace of Jesus Christ. Having her two oldest children stolen from her by her ex-husband in 1980; and not knowing if they were dead or alive, and realizing she might never see them again, she turned to alcohol as her way to numbness and escape. During those days, her way of life was to consume alcohol from the early morning until she would eventually pass out each night. Then in 1982, she met Jesus Christ and gave her life completely over to Him. Through His Power, she was totally delivered and set free. Within two weeks of meeting Jesus, she learned where her children were and within six weeks had her daughter back in her home. Several years later, in June of 2007, she lost her youngest son to suicide. In August of the same year, she learned her middle son did not have long to live. He died in June of the following year, 2008, to a horrible disease. Just like all of us, Jewell also deals with the struggles of everyday life. However, Jewell has discovered the freedom to live victoriously by applying God’s Word to her life and desires to help others do the same.
Jewell is an incredible testimony of the Dynamic, Redeeming Work of The Grace of Jesus Christ. Jesus is no respecter of persons, what He did, and continues to do for her, He will do for others.
Be aware that all attributes of The Most High God are capitalized out of love, respect, and reverence for The Trinity. Also, be aware that the name satan, related names, and attributes are not capitalized. I choose not to acknowledge or exemplify him even to the point of going against grammatical rules.