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Evangelist Jean (Ingram) Mizell

April 12, 1952 ~ September 25, 2019 (age 67)
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Evangelist Jean Mizell visitation will be Friday, October 4, 2019 4-6 PM at the funeral home;  funeral service will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019 11:00 AM at the Parks Chapel AME Church, Dothan, Alabama; burial will be follow at the Gates of Heaven Cemetery.

 

“If I walk in the pathway of duty, If I work till the close of the day, I shall see the great King in His beauty, When I’ve gone the last mile of the way.”  
 

Evangelist Jean Ingram Mizell was born on Saturday, April 12, 1952 in Henry County, Alabama to the late Robert Ingram and the late Willa (Kynes) Ingram.  She was the baby of thirteen children.
 

Evangelist Mizell was called home on Wednesday, September 25, 2019 in the Birmingham Alabama Medical Center.
 

Evangelist Mizell affectionately known as Mary Jean graduated from Dothan High School in 1970 and was a member of the National Honor Society.  She continued her education in New Jersey where she received a Bachelor Degree from Seton Hall University.  She later pursued and obtained a Master’s Degree from Rutgers University.
 

She accepted Christ as her personal Lord and Savior in 1977.  She received and accepted a calling on her life into the Gospel Ministry in 1980.  In 1987, she was ordained a Baptist Minister, and served as the Special Assistant to the Pastor of the Greater Promise Missionary Baptist Church in Linden, New Jersey for six years.  In addition she served as Senior Pastor/Teacher for five and a half years. 
 

Evangelist Mizell has personally incorporated an Evangelistic Ministry called Seed Faith Ministry of Miracles.  She has led many evangelic crusades and has been a featured guest speaker throughout the country.  She carried her candle into the darkness and led many souls to salvation in Christ.
 

She was a Senior Sales Director for Mary Kay Cosmetics and has been featured in a National Sales Magazine.  She has received many awards and accolades from Mary Kay and was a proven leader and Sales Manager.  She also taught school for ten years at Clifford J. Scott High School in East Orange, New Jersey. 
 

Evangelist Mizell was preceded in death by her father and mother and eleven siblings: Baby Boy, Rossie Lee, Tony O’Neal, Robert, Jr., Annie Maude, Willa Dean, Blondell, John Ellis, Pearlie B., Maxine and Bennie.
 

She was married to the Reverend Donald Mizell and they had a blended family of four children.  
 

Evangelist Mizell leaves to cherish her memories her husband, the Reverend Donald Mizell, Sr.; children; Ahmid Stovall, New Jersey, Donald (Audrea) Mizell, Jr., Miami Florida, Christina (Maurice) Nicholas, Flat Rock, North Carolina, Jennifer (Jean) Ulysee, Dothan Alabama; grandchildren: Antonio Ivey, Shadae Nicholas, Sidney Nicholas, Dana Rivers, Jasmine Rivers, Joshua Mizell, Noah Ford, Rene Mizell, and Raven Mizell; one sister: Ruby Lee Jackson; three special nieces: Willa Jean Ingram, Patricia A. Roberts and Barbara Mckenzie and a host of nieces and nephews, cousins, and friends who loved her.
 

Message from Jean - SEED FAITH MINISTRY:

It is with great pleasure and honor to have celebrated 19 years of ministry in the Dothan area. I am thankful the Lord has blessed us and kept us along this journey called, “A Walk of Faith.” Our God is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine according to his power that is at work within us (Ephesians 3:20 NIV).

 Ministry Purpose: To share the “good news” of the gospel, through the grace and truth of our Lord Jesus Christ. Only through Jesus are we saved and delivered from the kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of Light. 

SEED FAITH – PLANT SEEDS (THE WORD OF GOD), sow throughout the world, not just within the walls of a building. Plant seeds for Salvation, Healing, and Deliverance.

NURTURE – expect a standard of excellence. Harvest SOULS (only God gives the Increase).

S—SALVATION -  (forgiveness of sins through Jesus)

E—EDIFICATION - (building up and encouraging)

E—EVANGELIZATION - (spreading the good news)

D—DELIVERANCE – (set free; no longer bound)

FAITH—(Have faith in God; believing the impossible to be possible)

As you continue to walk in the path of blessings, may the God of Increase save, and set the captives free.  I have been “blessed to be a blessing”. My prayer request now for each of you is for an increase of “Laborers of Love” into His Harvest (Matthew 9:37).

In closing, “I was only one; but still I am one but smiling down on you. I could not do everything; but still I did something; and because I could not do everything, I did not refuse to do the something that I could do.”  (Edward Everette Hale) TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF OTHERS.

With love and appreciation, for your presence in my life, and for your fervent prayers and support to my family in the coming days, weeks, months and years. “Pressing Forward In Faith”.

In His Service,

Jean

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