Pat Holliday has now gone on to her reward with Jesus on 6-14-2019. Pat has spent several decades in selfless effort to help people find deliverance in Jesus Christ. This is the report of her last words, spoken just before her departure to go home: She got to see the Throne of God and said it was worth it – all His power, His love, His mercy, His grace, His glory is worth it all she could hear murderers praying and crying out for forgiveness. She could hear all the prayers that were going to the throne of God. She could hear devils screaming in terror as He would put them in hell before their time. She said our flesh is weak and our righteousness is like filthy rags – it’s only the blood of Jesus that justifies us. She prayed for all of us before the throne of God before she left.
Welcome to Miracle Internet Church!
We are so happy to have you as a member of our steadily growing and exciting, world-wide Christian ministry Miracle Internet Church.
Patricia Holliday, Ph.D., Senior Pastor of Miracle Internet Church was called into the ministry in 1975 and has ministered worldwide. Dr. Holliday received her Ph.D. at Southeastern Theology Seminary, 1993. Pastor Pat is the President of Miracle Outreach Ministry in Jacksonville Florida and also appears on much international television and radio shows.
Miracle Outreach Ministries is an international ministry. Miracles, signs and wonders, healing, and deliverance follow this ministry. Her latest evangelistic trips include Ghana West Africa, Italy, and Jamaica where many miracles happened.
Among her many activities:
She ran for the Florida State House of Representatives in 1972.
She was elected State Committee Woman for her part and is a lobbyist in Tallahassee.
She was a founding member and has officiated in many women’s groups; Minute women of Florida; the Ponte Vedra Woman’s Club; and the Four Foundation Inc., a home for non-delinquent girls in Duval County.
She helped to organize two woman’s interdenominational fellowship
Professor in Southeastern Theological Seminary of Jacksonville, Florida for 8 years.