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Evangelist Keshia R. Freeland –

“Transforming The World One Heart At A Time”

Evangelist Keshia R. Freeland is a servant called to evangelize the nations through the spreading of hope, compassion and goodwill. She has a unique approach to ministry, which identifies with people of all cultures and meets them wherever they are in life. Her purpose in ministry is founded upon the scripture: Isaiah 61:1, “The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; Because He has anointed me to preach good tidings to the poor. He has sent me to heal the brokenhearted.” With a unique love for God’s word and a passion for transformation in the lives of His people, she has been sent to minister good tidings: “To help others progress through their circumstances and fulfill God’s unique plan and destiny for their lives.”

Keshia serves faithfully at her home church, Victory Christian Ministries International, under the headship of Apostles Tony and Cynthia Brazelton. The mentorship of these Spiritual Parents has caused dynamic acceleration in her growth. Her stewardship has been proven in multiple offices, which include Deacon, Missionary, Director of Out-Reach and Director of Singles Ministry.

Accepting her call into the ministry as a young teenager, she has served successfully and effectively for more than 20 years, and has become an internationally known conference speaker. She has had the liberty to travel locally and abroad – impacting cultures across North America, South America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Mexico and the Caribbean Islands. Evangelist Freeland is the Founder & President of “LoveAflame” International {Pronounced Love-a-Flame}, a Global Response & Charitable Organization, committed to the creation of sustainable welfare for all of mankind with a special emphasis on women and children. Under multiple hats, Keshia’s accomplishments include but are not limited to:

➢   Building and opening of water wells in remote villages.

➢   International church planting.

➢   Building and opening of Schools in impoverished communities.

➢   Food, clothing, inspiration and hope for residents at homeless shelters.

➢   United Nations (Rio 20) Conference on sustainable development with a focus on poverty eradication and setting the institutional framework for sustainable development which include:

o   Economic Development

o   Social Development

o   Environmental Protection

Evangelist Freeland holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biblical Studies from Lancaster Bible College. She also holds an Honorary Doctorate of Divinity degree awarded through more than a decade of traveling the world and transforming communities (internationally) through successful fulfillment of the great commission (Matthew 28: 16-20).