Mobile, Alabama’s Prophetess Terrie Ann Polk announces the debut of her forthcoming ‘Anointed Voices’ talk show


For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory that is to be revealed to us. (Romans 8:18 NASB)


BEAUTY FOR ASHES 

ADVANCING THE KINGDOM — During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Prophetess Terrie Ann Polk announced the launching of her new talk show, Anointed Voices, which will debut on Preach The Word Worldwide Network.

After she had suffered awhile, God subsequently exalted Prophetess Terrie Ann Polk in such a way that her thriving, progressive ministry has literally gone global.

During an interview this week with Making Headline News, Polk announced the launching of her new talk show, Anointed Voices, which will debut on Preach The Word Worldwide Network.
Polks’ Anointed Voices will air every Monday at 4 pm EST starting in September.
For Polk, a Mobile, Alabama-based entrepreneur, motivational speaker, and the founder of the No More Tears nonprofit organization, her forthcoming new show will debut amid humble beginnings.

 

“This show is God’s Voice, speaking through his people for His people,” Polk, referencing 1 John 2:27, told MHN. “I want to reach people in the world and let them know just how good God is and what He has done for me and my guests that will appear on the show. I strongly feel if God can save me, He can do the same for others that are struggling with the many issues of life.”

In essence, Polk emphasized her show was designed to enable her guests and viewers to break the strongholds that have, at some point in time, kept them bound spiritually, something to which she can greatly attest.

“I have been through so much in life,” Polk said. “I want to do what I can do to help others. I am my own competitor because I only want to be a better person than I was the day before.”

Much to her delight, Polk was inspired by Atlanta-area Pastor Jamal Bryant, particularly “for his willingness to help God’s people,” and Less Brown, whom she said “reminds me that I can and will win.”

Also, she had at her disposal the fervent support of longtime businesswoman Dr. Carolyn Traylor of Texas, whom she witnessed preach at a women’s conference at a local church years ago, she recalls.

“Her testimony of domestic violence and her sermon forever changed my life and saved my life,” Polk said. Her song, ‘There’s A Story Behind My Praise,’ touched my soul and my life was forever changed.”

A native of Mobile, Polk is the founder of Terrie Ann Polk Ministries, which consist of four notable Christian-based umbrellas:

  • No More Tears, which is geared toward domestic violence victims,
  • The Loving Me Movement, which accommodates girls and women ranging in ages six and up.
  • Wounded Heart Healing And Deliverance, a ministry for all hurting people from various walks of life and,
  • Anointed Voices, Polks’ upcoming television ministry.

A 1990 graduate of Mobile’s Ben C Rain High School, Polk holds an Associate Degree in General Studies and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration.

HE WAS THERE ALL THE TIME — “I have been through so much in life,” Polk said. “I want to do what I can do to help others. I am my own competitor because I only want to be a better person than I was the day before.”

A rising businesswoman, Polk is owner and CEO of Anointed Jewels, an accomplished author, and is the visionary of The Loving Me Movement and Wounded Hearts.

Interestingly, Polk deemed it essential to take a stance against domestic violence amongst men and women when she wrote from the subject, “No More Tears,” in the book, I Am A Black Woman, Volume 2, which debuted last summer.

As for her personal mission for new show and assortment of business ventures, Polk said what it all boils down to is one thing: fortifying love the way God commands us to.

“My mission is to spread love,” Polk said. “(I want to) do what I can to help God’s people, as well as be an advocate for a safe and healthy environment for everyone.”

THE REASON WHY — “This show is God’s Voice, speaking through his people for His people,” Polk, referencing 1 John 2:27, told MHN. “I want to reach people in the world and let them know just how good God is and what He has done for me and my guests that will appear on the show. I strongly feel if God can save me, He can do the same for others that are struggling with the many issues of life.”

Besides the much-anticipated debut of Anointed Voices, Polk will host her annual No More Tears Conference (Abigail Movement) on October 23 during which its speaker will be Apostle Richelle Bolton of Stone Mountain, Georgia.

The conference will be include the release of Polk’s latest book, No More Tears.

DESTINY’S STEPS — In essence, Polk emphasized her show was designed to enable her guests and viewers to break the strongholds that have, at some point in time, kept them bound spiritually, something to which she can greatly attest.  

“I feel it is my duty as a disciple for the Lord to inspire and encourage other people,” said Polk, whose ministerial career spans six years. “There was somebody that encouraged me, so I have to pass it on.”

Only this time, she will pass along some to the masses some much-needed encouragement from a global platform.

Talk about reaping beauty for ashes.

AWWWWWWWWWWWW — “I wanted to point out how I love being a GiGi,” Polk said.

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For more information about Mobile, Alabama-area author Terrie Ann Polk, or to order her book, schedule her for a public appearance, a book signing, or speaking engagement, call 866.231.6510 or 888.512.3345, or connect with her via Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/terrie.polk. Also, send email to: nomoretears56gmail.com, or connect with her via Instagram at: @nomoretears56, or via at: Linkedin.com-No More Tears.

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