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On April 7, 2008 the author boarded a plane for a business trip to Kansas City with a short layover in Memphis. He did not realize that this was a historic day as it was the 40 year anniversary of the National Day of Mourning following the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King in 1968. What began as a business trip, became a prophetic encounter.  The Lord used the day to connect with past events to reveal a message about healing, forgiveness and an opportunity for our country to move into our prophetic destiny.


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Terance Clark is the author of The Promised Land: A Prophetic Guideline for Healing Racial Barriers (2017).

He and his wife started Hope For You International a non-profit 501c3 ministry dedicated to helping widows and orphans in East Africa and for 16 years he was the senior pastor of ReNewed Life Ministries a church he planted until he felt called to live out his call as a missionary while working in the marketplace as an IT professional. He travels to East Africa, where he speaks at conferences to help pastors, business leaders and tribal leaders and bring resources to widows and children.

He and his wife also host a weekly podcast, G-Talk with Terance & AuDera, where they discuss how to walk through relationships with topics including, marriage & communication, family and relationships, community, finding purpose and spiritual development.

He has had an article published by the MorningStar Journal and also writes a blog regularly and is a featured writer on lifeNotes: A Life Letter Cafe Blog.

Terance has an MBA from Keller Graduate School of Management and a Bachelors degree in IT Management.  He volunteers with numerous non-profit organizations to provide training and support by offering business and IT training. He also speaks to youth about career goals and educational pursuits. He is also a life and relationship coach working with people from a variety of backgrounds to help them achieve their personal and relationship goals.

He has been married to his wife, AuDera for thirty-five years, they have three adult children a daughter and son-in-law and six grandchildren.