was born into a minister’s home, and dedicated herself to the Lord at a young age. For many years she ministered in rescue missions where she worked with drug and alcohol programs and witnessed hundreds of people set free from addictions. She and her husband established the Spiritfire House of Prayer in Montana.
Linda and her husband Val have ministered throughout the US and in Israel, Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Fiji, India, Haiti, Mexico, and Canada. They presently make their home in Fresno, California, and she ministers locally in prisons, as a chaplain in rehabilitation facilities, and as director of the International Christian Dementia Network. Their ministry website is: http://spiritfireglobalministries.com
holds a bachelor’s degree from California State University, a master’s degree in administration from Western Graduate School; a doctorate in philosophy from Trinity Theological Seminary; and an honorary doctorate in Bible from Ames International University.
She previously served as adjunct faculty at Trinity Theological Seminary, Global Bible Institute, and Vision International University. She also served as principal of Garden Grove Christian School and as executive assistant to the president and director of the World Evangelism School of Ministry.
She has traveled extensively around the world, presently serves as vice president of Harvestime International Network, and ministers locally in area churches and prisons. She authored the Harvestime training series available free at: http://www.harvestime.org