Officer Honey

Don't waste your sorrows! At 5'2", 104 lbs., Honey was one of three first women officers in a men's prison. Her traumatic life gave her compassion and a desire to help men change. She knew hurting people hurt others.
Honey had an encounter with God while alone in a gun tower at 3:50 am. Then God gave Honey supernatural knowledge about inmates and staff to show God's loving concern. More
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About Honey French

Honey’s Bio

Honey is widowed and shares heart to heart about her traumatic childhood and years of suffering physical, emotional, and verbal abuse. God uses her transparency to encourage, inspire and heal the wounded heart through the gifts of the Spirit and teaches on how to stand for God's promises until fulfillment.

Honey's book OFFICER HONEY was written to encourage hurting people not to waste their sorrows but to trust that God can use those experiences for your good and to benefit others.

Honey also wrote monthly articles in A Word from the Rib Magazine for several years, has had several hour-long TV interviews, and has ministered at Aglow and church retreats in Arizona and Missouri -- and in churches in Bangkok, Taipei, Mexico, the Philippines, Florida, N. Carolina, and throughout California.

In the Philippines and Peru, she preached at crusades, a youth conference, churches, and taught pastors at a bible college there in Cebu. When she is in Arizona, the Chaplain has her minister in six services. She now conducts CA State prison chapel services twice a month.

She has had the joy of seeing God save, deliver, and heal people emotionally and physically from blindness, ruptured discs, migraine headaches, crippled knees, arthritis, etc. God has baptized hundreds in the Holy Spirit from little children to tough bikers and people who have sought the baptism for over 30 years. God arranges for this to happen wherever she goes: to window cleaners and servers in restaurants and strangers in trains, planes, airports, department stores, and over the phone.

She became one of the first women correctional officers in a prison housing male felons. Jesus baptized her in the Holy Spirit while she was alone in a gun tower after midnight. She had the joy of watching God transform hardened inmates and staff and her rebellious son, and also save her daughter and her parents and heal their turbulent marriage.

In answer to specific prayer, God showed her who her second husband was to be through dreams, visions, and Word of Knowledge. Twenty-one years later, Honey found God's grace is sufficient for all things during her husband's illness and death. She felt His love, peace, comfort, and enabling strength supporting her in a very tangible way. Jesus is everything to her!

Honey is available for speaking engagements and retreats.

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