TESTIMONY of Stephanie Morgan
You are about to see and hear the testimony Stephanie Ellen Morgan, the daughter of Hugh and Melvine Morgan, in this video that Charles Terry made and prepared with a flash drive for Mel Tinney, the webmaster of Hugh’s News to post on the website, www.hughsnews.com. Stephanie was asked by Pastor John Ingham of Christian Life Worship Center, a Pentecostal Holiness Church in Athens, Georgia, to give her testimony on Mother’s Day, May 5, 2008, in the morning worship service.
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Stephanie sang in a ladies quartet made up of her very close friends, Laura Revells Allen, Melissa Ingham Pruitt, and Beth James Wansley. Stephanie was the fourth lady in the group. They sang for that worship service.
It so happened that Hugh and Melvine were in Vancouver, British Columbia for the 4th IPHC Global Assembly. Therefore, they were not present to hear Stephanie’s glowing testimony involving her seven-year battle (at that time) with Stage IV Breast Cancer that metastasized throughout her body. Over and over again, God would reach down His healing hand to touch her and she experienced numerous healings.
In Stephanie’s testimony, Hugh and Melvine learned things that they had not heard Stephanie tell before. You will be amazed at her positive approach to life and her absolute trust in Jesus to heal and deliver her. She was an elementary school teacher and taught first grade and kindergarten for 21 years at Statham Elementary School. She dearly loved children and loved teaching. She thought of teaching as a calling and not a career. She always thought of others first and felt her mission in life was to bless and encourage others wherever she met them. Her friendly smile was her trade-mark. She made the most of every conversation to give praise to God and glory to His Name.
Stephanie fought the good fight of faith, she finished her course, never lost hope, and her love for Jesus never failed. She died in victory on Friday, August 3, 2012, at the Cardiac Intensive Care Unit at Athens Regional Medical Center in Athens, GA, in the presence of her mother and father and Greg, her older brother. She won the battle.
In addition, our pastor, J. Brian Williams, was present along with our conference superintendent, Bishop Bill Jones, Wayne Butler, my former associate pastor when I was the senior pastor at Tarkenton Memorial Church, and Joyce Hawkins, a close friend of Stephanie’s and our family. We were surrounded by people who loved us.
During the whole time we were there with Stephanie in the hospital we were keenly aware of the presence of Almighty God and His love for us.