Dorrine Jones is a vibrant apostolic and prophetic trainer in the Body of Christ equipping believers to fulfill their prophetic destiny. Her passion is to see the Body of Christ be Mobilized, Maximized and Intensified to fulfill God’s purpose in the earth. As a prophetic voice Dorrine ministers and flows in the power and demonstration of the Spirit.
Dorrine is also an author, image consultant, coach, international speaker and has served as a frequent host of Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Joy in Our Town, Philadelphia, PA. As the founder and CEO of the School of the Woman, she has spoken in over 30 nations. For over three decades, Dorrine has taught thousands of women around the world how to live authentic, empowered, and purposeful lives by helping them to discover the truth that lies within them.
Dorrine served for ten years as President of The School of the Warrior, where she developed and taught a two-year training course equipping men and women in spiritual realities.
Through Dorrine Jones Ministry, she’s passionate about prison ministry, workshops, and holds local and international Schools of the Woman helping women of all cultures to discover their uniqueness and to become difference-makers. In addition, she has received training and served as a criminal advocate for the Domestic Abuse Project (DAP).
She has also authored several training manuals on personal development, the book, Selah Time, with its accompanying music CD, as well as her two most popular books, The Authentic Woman and The Eaglefied Woman.
She has received Commendations for her service as pastor of Abounding Grace Family Worship Center, teacher, trainer, developer, motivational speaker, and life coach from the following:
- Senate of Alabama
- Borough of Media, Pennsylvania
- House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
- Senate of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Dorrine is a Certified Canfield Trainer to teach the Success Principles under the Canfield Training Group. Through her training she has taught leadership development for a student group at the University of Delaware and participated in the Millenial Summit, a leadership and development conference for connecting young professionals.
Dorrine Jones and her husband parented four children through college and post-graduate studies, and enjoy the blessing of their grandchildren. They reside in Oxford, Pennsylvania.