Linda L. Evans was born in Rock Hill, South Carolina, the granddaughter of George F. and Minnie Elizabeth Faile. She grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina, and spent two years in Germany during her teen years. Linda’s miraculous healing of breast cancer in 1984 led her to Jehovah Raphkah, the God that heals. “Receiving a physical healing is great, but becoming all I can be in Jesus and seeing others do the same is the ultimate healing.”
Having come from a background of many types of abuse, Linda, through the power of the Holy Spirit is an overcomer. Her ministry work began as a live-in volunteer at the Christian Rehabilitation Center for the homeless in Charlotte, North Carolina. Later came street ministry to drug dealers and addicts in Los Angeles, California, and a deliverance ministry in sexually, physically, and verbally abused children and adults, as well as for marriage and family.
Linda is an evangelist and teacher, has served as a volunteer associate pastor in homes for the elderly, and served for eight years as a volunteer minister at Fountain Correctional Facility for Women (FCFW) in Rocky Mount, North Carolina. She served on the board of the Rocky Mount Women’s Aglow chapter, and founded a Women’s Aglow chapter in FCFW, during the early 1990s. She is a key note speaker and walks in the anointing of the prophetic. Linda has a Bachelor of Theology and Master of Ministry in Christian Counseling. She is a substitute teacher, art teacher, and does prophetic painting.