Schambach is the daughter of the late R.W. Schambach, one of the most loved and respected evangelists among Pentecostal believers. He had a radio broadcast — “The Voice of Power” — that always began or ended with the slogan, “You don’t have any trouble. All you need is faith in God.
While Brother Schambach went to his reward in heaven, his daughter has taken up his mantle and continued his work, according to Sanctuary pastors Mike and Elizabeth Shreve.
The church is located at 1203 Smith Drive S.W.
The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Donna Schambach has been an educator, lecturer, pastor and evangelist. Her ministry began in New York City in 1983 and then broadened when she joined her father in 1991 in the ministry.
Obeying her divine mandate to disciple, empower and release an army of believers from all nations, she has ministered on television, in churches, at pastors and leaders conferences and in mass evangelism crusades.
She brings a message of hope, healing and freedom for anyone overwhelmed by life’s circumstances and held captive by the past, emotions, illness or addictions, the Shrives said.
Donna served as her father’s his co-evangelist and general manager for 21 years, touching down in more than 40 nations of the world, where she ministered, set up mass evangelism crusades, encouraged local pastors and congregations and provided humanitarian relief to struggling communities.
As acting president of The Schambach Foundation and Schambach Ministries, Donna continues the legacy of power evangelism with citywide crusades, pastors and leaders conferences, and compassion outreaches to the world’s most neglected and vulnerable communities.
“We are expecting her to bring a powerful word from the Lord this coming Thursday night. Her ministry is often prophetic in nature, and, the spirit of the Lord has anointed her to being healing to broken lives and deliverance to the captives,” the Schreves said.