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Dr. Tonoah Hampton, Doctor of Strategic Leadership and master-prepared, registered nurse, leveraging her nursing practice knowledge and biblical principles to serve others in healthcare and the church. To help women heal from the inside out, you have to be approachable and transparent to empower them to face life's challenges. This approach has helped Dr. Tonoah garnish relationships with people from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds. Conferences, personal mentoring sessions, and bible studies have been instrumental in assisting Dr. Tonoah to meet the needs of countless people. Dr. Tonoah serves as the Executive Director of Balm Inc in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, and Chief Consultant for Hampton and Co. Consulting, a healthcare consulting firm.
In 2005, Dr. Tonoah Hampton had a vision of an organization where women and their families could receive practical and spiritual knowledge, to improve their health and well-being. Focusing on mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being is essential for good health and quality of life. Dr. Tonoah empowers women through candid conversations about life issues and health concerns. The encouragement Dr. Tonoah provides causes them to think differently, thus, facilitating inner healing of traumatic wounds created by life. Dr. Tonoah launched Balm TV in January 2018 as a ministry tool to discuss relevant topics that impact health and wellness. She delivers weekly virtual messages on Balm TV with Dr. Tonoah Hampton.
Temperament Life Coach
After serving 15 years in ministry, Dr. Tonoah accepted the call to the ministry of counseling. In 2021, she became a Licensed Clinical Pastoral Counselor and Certified Temperament Pastoral Counselor recognized by the National Christian Counselor Association. Now, Dr. Tonoah combines temperament theory with nursing practice to guide people on the road to wholeness, healing, and transformation through Christian counseling and life coaching. This approach aids in empowering people to believe who they are, achieve their God-given purpose, develop leadership skills, and identify opportunities to mentor.
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It is "the little foxes" that destroy our intimate relationship with God. Are you willing to identify the lusts that keep you from true love? 1 John 2:3-6, 15-17
Are you prepared to yield your heart to God, or will you behold to your old way of living? Joshua 3:5
It is crucial to put on God's attitude of love in 2022, to manage transition and cope with change. Colossians 3:1- 4:1
The Revelator loves revelation. Luke 11:5-13
Fear is a consummate robber. It confronts and threatens the victim, wielding a weapon psychologically or literally. 2 Timothy 1:6-7
On the journey to 2022, what are you seeking? Is it wealth, fame, cars, houses, or marriage? Seek ye first the kingdom of God. John 1:35-51
Identity is key to our strength. But more importantly for people of faith, it is who we know God to be is what matters.
The year 2022 is fast approaching. We have somewhere to go these next five days, but accurately getting to any destination begins with your present location. Can you be honest with yourself and God about where you presently are in your life?
Everything changes when you put your hope in Him. Even the deepest failures in life cannot thwart God's faithfulness to you. Lamentations 3:19-25
Can you think of a time when you prayed and asked God for something, but you were disappointed because He didn't do what you asked, or He didn't do it the way you asked? Let's talk about your expectations. Romans 10:17
Faith depends on its object. Can you think of an experience or time in which someone or something you placed your faith in failed you? It is the who or what we believe in that determines if our faith is rewarded. Hebrews 11:6, Colossians 2:6
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