DEBORAH E. DRISKILL
Deborah E. Driskill grew into her Christian experience evangelizing the City of Detroit, Michigan. Deborah studied under the tutelage of Pastor Wendell Wallace of Maranatha School of Ministry for two years. She also graduated with honors from a two-year leadership training course.
From there, she incorporated her teaching ministry with her background and love for theater. Evangelism took her into prisons, youth homes, nursing homes, churches and festivals. She has and continues to choreograph dances and mime acts as well.
While writing and directing her own work, she produced such productions as, “The Bag Lady, The Utmost, A Look A Life, and the Witness.” Deborah was assistant Director for the play, “Sunday Morning.”
In 1996, she relocated to Cincinnati, Ohio from Detroit with her family. She has been faithful in assisting her husband Pastor Dwight A. Driskill as CoPastor of Great Amazement International Ministry.
The Lord placed an anointing on the preached messages and play productions to set the captives free and to heal the bruised that have suffered at the hands of the world as well as the church.
In 2009 Deborah introduced a fresh work to the city of Cincinnati entitled, “What Did I Get Myself Into?” It was a refreshingly humorous gospel musical production, enjoyed by many.
She is also the author of “The Garden Of Youth: Against All Odds” and her latest book "The Unveiling of the Masquerade".