In today's Christian society, there is a health-wealth gospel movement. According to this belief, God wants Christians to have perfect health and wealth. What do you do when life is not perfect? Jamie Chaney Womack testifies of God's faithfulness even in the midst of her struggles with cerebral palsy. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. PSALM 73:26

Jamie Chaney Womack was born in Oklahoma City in 1973. Due to complications at birth, Jamie has struggled with the effects of cerebral palsy. She accepted Christ as a young child. Jamie has truly put God's promises to the test.

She welcomes the opportunity to go to churches with her testimony entitled “A Call to Surrender”.

Jamie, being a minister's daughter, has lived in several places including Lafayette, LA and Salt Lake City, UT. She returned to Louisiana in 1995 to go to LSU where she received a degree in Business Administration in 1998. She is married to Jimmy Womack who is the pastor at Norwood Baptist Church in Norwood, LA. Jamie and Jimmy live in Norwood, LA. Bro. Jimmy is also a Hospice Chaplain.

I've known Jamie since she was a pre-teen and was glad to be re-acquainted with her and her ministry about 4 months ago. After listening to the DVD of her testimony I invited her to speak to our congregation. Our church was very blessed as she connected with all kinds of people with her openness in sharing her struggles with cerebral palsy. Jamie reveals her vulnerability to rejection and discrimination and hurt. But she is very clear in sharing her confidence in God's sovereignty, the scripture as a source of strength, and simply being fully surrendered and available for God's use. God certainly used her to speak to my heart and to our church body." Dr. Larry Bazer, Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Melbourne, Florida.

If you would like to schedule Jamie to speak to your group or congregation, on a love offering basis.