Marlene B Hoenig


About Marlene Hoenig and
from ashes to beauty...CinderellaReleased

In 1985 the Lord spoke to me during a crisis time in my life and said, “Marlene, It’s time!” He delivered me from drugs, alcohol addiction, fear and doubt. Little did I know I was about to begin the adventure of a lifetime~!

I know what it is like to want to stay in bed with the covers pulled over my head.

Trauma and stress combined are killers and joy robbers. I thank God for delivering me and setting me free. I found my peace, hope and joy in a loving Savior, Jesus Christ. My mission is to help others learn to love Jesus, love others and make disciples!
Complete recovery is possible through the power of the Holy Spirit.

“You too can help others learn how to help others who are torn down and broken in the midst of life’s storms.”

If you want to recover your identity, overcome trauma, be released from fears, addictions and shame, YOU can be delivered and healed in the power of Jesus. For more information: or phone 850-661-6104.

I am a licensed minister, intercessor, crisis & trauma care missionary with Globe International out of Pensacola, Florida. I've worked and taught in Africa, Nicaragua, Alaska, as well as in the lower 48 states. Helping both men and women who have been/who are incarcerated, trafficked, addicted and have a heart for widows (divorced, abused and addcited) and orphans. I have also work with pastors and their spouses on issues that are confidential and who need compassionate care. I'm available 24/7 for prayer calls. Please email me for my phone number.

Marlene Hoenig,
from ashes to beauty...Cinderella Released

For individual appointments, group speaking engagements, 24/7 prayer support – please don’t hesitate to call! You are loved, you are important~!


Grass Don't Grow On A Busy Street - A short story from my hometown of Sanford, Florida Series
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 1,510. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2018. Categories: Nonfiction » Inspiration » Personal inspiration, Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
Grass Don't Grow On A Busy Street is a true folk story about a conversation between a daughter and her farmer father. The story is about love, patience and the value of waiting and not getting in a hurry.
Jesus, Daddy & Coffee
You set the price! Words: 1,060. Language: English. Published: October 20, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Life / Relationships
This is a short story about my daddy Elmer Gordon Baggs. My daddy was a 12th generation farmer (that I could trace) who had a produce market in a little town called Sanford, Florida. This is the first of a collection of short stories I will be publishing about him, my mom, friends and family and growing up in Sanford.

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