Karynthia Phillips

Biography

Karynthia A. G. Phillips
Author, Speaker, and Family Healthcare Professional
Founder of Trinity Wholeness Ministries
Nashville, Tennessee

Karynthia, an ordained minister and free-lance writer for greater than twenty-five years, is an author of three devotional books. She has a heart for the ministry of teaching and evangelism. She is characterized by a soft spoken voice and powerful writer who conveys the Scriptures in various literary genres; expressing love, mercy, strength, and fortitude during good and what may appear to be bad times.
She advocates the arts in worship as a vehicle that stimulates mankind’s hunger for intimacy with God. Her vision encompasses combining her experiences as a licensed family healthcare provider in medicine with her ministerial training to help her readers understand wholeness as the fullness of God’s salvation. Her passion is teaching how the presence of God’s love is experienced by spoken and written words of truth, skillfully coordinated with relevance for godly living today for optimal health spiritually, mentally and physically. In a nutshell her passion for disciple-making, and guiding others to spiritual maturity is by teaching the application of “Quiet Time.”

It is her hope that the submissions in this book will enlighten and clarify the position of authority and power available to Christians, as God’s principles in Scripture are implemented daily. She is a wife of thirty-three years ,mother of three children and two granddaughters.

Books

Rhythms of Life
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 28,300. Language: English. Published: January 16, 2017. Categories: Fiction » Poetry » Female authors
This artistic work is a collaborative creation, birthed by a diverse group of Christian women, who love God, and have chosen to echo the Scriptures in various literary modalities. Their varied life experiences transcend race, creed, and color, as there is a selection inside for everyone who would dare to enjoy the rhythmic heartbeats of these anointed writers.

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