Apostle Stacey Woods

Apostle Stacey Woods is one of the Father's chosen mouthpieces, dedicated to provoking God's people to pursue His presence. A native of West Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Apostle Woods is the Pastor of Impact Outreach Ministries (724 N Jefferson Ave in Port Allen). In addition to this, Apostle Woods is humbly being used by God in the fivefold ministry offices. She travels extensively throughout the country declaring the acceptable year of the Lord. She is saved, she is sanctified, and she is filled with the Holy Ghost with evidence, miracles, signs, and wonders following in her personal life and in her ministry.

Apostle Woods is grateful for all the vessels God has used to shape and cover her in her matriculation throughout various seasons in her ministry. She has been licensed as a Minister, consecrated as an Evangelist, confirmed and ordained as a Prophet, and licensed and ordained as an Apostle in the Lord's church. She has been formally trained in ministry work at Christian Bible College (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) and scholastically trained at Xavier University of Louisiana (New Orleans, Louisiana), where she holds a Bachelors of Arts degree in Theology. Apostle Woods also holds a minor in Music (Xavier University) having been trained in Classical music. Her professional musical experiences include many appearances on the Bobby Jones Gospel Show with various choirs and ensembles, singing on the steps of the Vatican in the presence of Pope John Paul II (Xavier University 2000), and performing in various operas and concerts.Apostle Woods is eternally grateful for the Godly influences of her parents LeeDell and Sadie Woods who nurtured the gifts they discovered in her from an early age. Along with her family, she is also humbled to have dedicated support from covenant spiritual siblings and friends of the ministry near and far, who together, "MAKE MINISTRY POSSIBLE!"

Yea doubtless, and I count all things [but] loss for the excellency ofthe knowledge of Christ Jesus my Lord: for whom I have suffered theloss of all things, and do count them [but] dung, that I may win Christ.~Philippians 3:8~