Brenda Crowe
June 18, 1961 — October 28, 2011

Destiny Word Ministires, Int’l

Read Brenda’s blog posts

Known as a “Deborah” with an “Esther” anointing, she was “called into a royal position for such as a time as this.”

As a gifted communicator, Brenda’s ministry came from her passion to see the Church rise up and take its rightful place to impact the world for change. She desired to see an awakening in the Body of Christ from with inside the Church walls and beyond, to community and nations.

With a strong seer-prophetic gifting, she served as a strategic and supportive prophetic–intercessor, and counsel, for several ministries and church pastors in the USA.

A gifted writer with a strong allegorical style, she enabled readers to fully engage themselves personally into the Word of God – bringing its “ancient words” to life with a “present-day” validity. She wrote multiple blogs, magazine articles, and had also written regularly in a weekly world-wide column. With pastors amongst her regular blog readers, many have reported to “use them as their daily devotions”.

Armed with the Word, she ministered and operated through the areas of the prophetic, words of knowledge, teaching, and encouragement/exhortation.

Brenda shared her heart with such venues as AOG, PAOC, Aglow, Christian Women’s Clubs, and through special conferences, various denominations and ministries, in both Canada and the USA, and also a had mission stint in Hawaii with Mission Builders International and YWAM.

Born into a family of strong, generational Christian heritage, her heart was to equip and release members in the body of Christ to be all they can be and to aid His followers to find their purpose and destinies, to their truest potential for Kingdom purposes.

She resided in Canada, and was happily married, with an adult son, and a charming cat.

In her spare time, and when she was not on the road, she was in the process of writing several books, a study series, and was working on a Doctorate in Practical Ministry.

Brenda was loved by all who knew her, and is dearly missed.

Brenda’s blog posts still inspire people today, and can be read here.