Jacqueline Dorman, new media and social media consultant for worldwide ministry, preacher, prophet, teacher, and visionary, shares a message of renewal at Marysville Aglow, Thursday, October 24, 2013. Jackie, gifted in calling out individual greatness in individuals, shares inspiration to unseal the hidden potential in all of us.
Dorman, a partner with the Wickham group, serves as a worldwide consultant to church ministries including T.D. Jakes, Paula White, Jentezen Franklin and others. President of Jane.tv, author, speaker, producer, media consultant, minister and prophet, Jackie wears many hats. “We actually make Jesus famous on the earth. That’s actually what we do. We take ministry to the next level for their social media evangelism. We help them understand how to connect in their community, and basically see the need and be the help. We’re using new media and social media to take the great commission viral,” Dorman states.
Jackie serves as a catalyst for change, whether it be as a consultant, or in ministry. People typically utilize only 10 percent of the potential within them, but with the Holy Spirit, people can aspire to so much more. Dorman uses her prophetic gifting to pull out that ‘more’ from people, calling them into their destiny, and serving as this needed catalyst. “It doesn’t matter how much I do in business or as a consultant, as soon as I step into that office of prophet, or pulpit, it’s right there waiting for me. I use these same gifts in my consulting ministries. I go into these ministries, and I say, ‘Ok Father, what are you saying about this place? Who are they designed to reach? Let’s help them reach those people.’”
Dorman feels that whatever we’ve thought of, there is more. “You know you’re call to greatness, and when I say greatness, I don’t mean human or temporary greatness on this earth. “You’re called to do something extraordinary that will last for eternity. I bring that element and I expand it,” Dorman states. Her life typifies this. Originally, she felt called to minister, teach and evangelize. She had no idea, she was to become a media expert. Dorman, became involved with Christian Women in Media Association. That turned into internships, then on to a general manager’s position at a network, Guardian Television Network.
“It was so supernatural. I had only been in the media for less than a year, and I was already getting a general management position. Usually that takes 20 years,” Dorman notes. Jackie learned on the fly, like being thrown into the deep end of a swimming pool. Jackie vision extended to another project, Jane.tv, her own baby. While still in the test phase, the vision for Jane.tv remains to promote the inspirational and spirit-filled voices of women – sharing stories of women who have overcome great odds or are doing something amazing that’s adding value to their community in the name of the Lord, fulfilling the great commission. Jackie hopes to take them all and put them in one place. Jackie’s entrepreneurial spirit led her to many executive positions in several companies and non-profits that cater to the needs of women all over the world. A real advocate for women in court cases involving domestic violence and child abuse, Jackie also facilitates promotion of people's lives through media, insuring that people's voices are heard.
Dorman brings this element of possibility to Marysville Aglow this Thursday, at Running for My Life Ministries, 122 N. Court St., Marysville, at 7 pm. Besides sharing a message, she offers individual prophetic ministry to those who attend. “You have no idea what God’s hidden in you, the thing that makes you unique and special on earth. You will continue to grow in greatness and territory if you allow God to drive the train. That’s what I bring when I minister prophetically. I speak very specifically over people – the Father’s Heart. Don’t miss this champion of destiny that inspires hope as she speaks into the lives of others.
Jackie and her husband David, and three children, Jaren, Kaylie and Regan live in Columbus, Ohio. Jackie’s Book, “Whose Kids are These and Why Are They Calling Me Mom,” a light-hearted look at the issues facing blended families comes out in 2014. Come expecting, and hear a message of inspirational hope that will ignite your destiny.