EEW founder Dianna Hobbs to minister in Bermuda during Women's Weekend Celebration

EEW founder Dianna Hobbs to minister in Bermuda during Women's Weekend Celebration

EEW Magazine // International Ministry News

International women’s ministry leader and Buffalo, New York native, Dianna Hobbs, is headedoverseas to the island of Bermuda February 23-25, 2018.

The Empowering Everyday Women Ministries founder has been traveling and sharing her testimony of miraculous healing across the nation.

“We are believing God and expecting a mighty move of the Holy Spirit,” said Hobbs.

According to her executive team, the First Church of God in Pembroke will host the sought-after speaker, psalmist, best-selling author and award-winning Christian media specialist.

She will be ministering on the theme, “Loosed from Bondage,” which is fitting in light of herdeliverance from the bondage of physical affliction at a prayer service March 26, 2017.

“There is an awesome and mighty word from God,” added Hobbs, who was instantly cured of two autoimmune diseases, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia, after medical doctors gave up on her.

Some would have been resigned to their fate and prepared to die after hospitalizations, surgeries, the strongest drugs and top specialists could not help—but not one of America’s Top 100 bloggers for women of faith. Hobbs’ unrelenting faith pushed her to fight back through prayer. She and her team rallied intercessors to come together and intercede for healing.

God heard and answered.

Details of Hobbs’ harrowing battle is set to be released in book form on March 26, 2018—the one-year anniversary of her healing.

The autobiographical work is titled, God Did It: A True Story of Miraculous Healing.

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