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WHO IS JACQUELYN

Jacquelyn Longobardo was born in Brooklyn, New York and grew up on the streets of the Bronx and Westchester County New York. She is a down to earth, real person that by her sheer determination and absolute faith in the Lord, has overcome every hardship that has confronted her. Through her life experiences, she is able to understand the emotional and physical damage that can occur and create bondage that can alter, derail, or destroy lives. Together with the power of God and her relationship with Him, she is a true survivor and champion, and helps others find their way. You will connect with Jackie's honesty and determination as she captivates your heart.


As an ordained minister, a single parent, and a career in the investment and finance industry, she speaks at events, ministers to those that reach out to her, and teaches a series of ministries that bring people into a relationship with Jesus Christ. God anointed her with a calling to deliver His people from their physical and emotional damage and bondage, and to use her story as He continues to guide her. Her greatest reward is to serve Him and to see you live the life of abundance you were meant to have as you grow in your relationship with Jesus Christ.

 

MY STORY

We’re told you shouldn't go back and relive the past. “You can’t change it. Don't look back…just keep moving forward." While I agree, that you can’t go back and change it, you have to remember where you've been so that you can move forward.​

This summer, my friend made me relive and face my past.  She said that at some point you have to look back – you have to remember and acknowledge it. Face the heartaches that still live in the recesses of your mind and heart. Otherwise, you keep running from it, hiding from it, or living in the shadows of it. So she hugged me and took me to the Bronx.  East 239th St. & Furman Avenue, where my life began. Of course, she had to choose a 90 degree Saturday with humidity thick as soup.  So, with frizzed hair, we walked virtually every inch of my childhood neighborhood, my adult years in Yonkers and to my current life in Dobbs Ferry, New York. I was apprehensive and didn’t really think it was going to help me, but I was wrong.  It was an amazing experience that I would like to share with you.  I hope you will take this journey with me.

Love,

Jackie