Marion Green has worked in street evangelism on a personal level as well as with Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship for numerous years. She has been volunteering with shelters and personally making it her mission to feed and assist as many needy people as she has been enabled since 2002. She enjoys blogging about spiritual topics, and has been hosting a web blog entitled Olive Trees, Fruitful Vines and Dying Seeds since 2012. Marion attended Grambling State University where she double majored in Criminal Justice and Mathematics, and developed a strong passion for arts and the humanities, especially in the field of literature. She has also attended Dallas Baptist University in Dallas, TX, where she majored in Business Administration and minored in Christian Studies. She is a self-described country girl who loves writing, gardening, cooking, children, the wisdom of older generations and animals. She has a fondness for collecting war bond literature, particularly the works of Sinclair Lewis. She delights in the ministry of evangelism and volunteering with those who are homeless and indigent, and ambitiously maintains that a full-service non-profit ministry for the homeless is hidden somewhere in the folds of her destiny. Marion is a successful single Christian and the happy owner of one Malamute, a housecat and a singing cockatiel. She currently resides in Dallas, TX, and is a decade-old member of Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship, where she has served in the Outreach and Evangelism ministry, as well as Liturgical Services Ministries. She is also a certified Facilitator of small group ministry. During the past few years, Marion has shared variations of this message with temporary residents of homeless shelters, small groups and small ministry conferences.


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