Dr. Sheila R. Bunton
With a passion to exhort, encourage and inspire, Dr. Sheila Bunton is the founder of Total Restoration Ministries, and is affectionately known to many as "Dr. B." She has a zeal to help to mend the broken, lend healing to the hurt and direction to the lost, with biblical counseling and instruction.
Her passion is to exhort the broken to a place of wholeness and freedom by applying the principles of the living Word of God. She plans to open mini restoration centers throughout Dallas Ft Worth area.
She volunteer's as a women mentor and teaches Biblical Restoration classes at Dallas Life Homeless Shelter downtown Dallas. She is a Pastor, Entrepreneur, Philanthropy, Published Author, Motivational Speaker, Mentor, and Biblical Counselor. She has served as an Associate Pastor and Executive Administrative Assistant. She has appeared as a guest panelist on The Sherry Bronson Show, The Cultivate & Bloom Show with Alaina Odessa, KNON 89.3 FM Radio "Praise With A Purpose Radio Show, The Donna Patrick Show Fishbowl Radio Network, wife of 27 years, mother of three beautiful children, 2 granddaughters, and 2 grandsons.
Dr. Bunton has been the guest speaker at Paul Quinn College, St. John's Baptist Church, The Way The Truth and Life Christian Church, Without Walls Community Church, and Commencement speaker for National American University class of 2017.
Dr. Bunton earned her Ph.D. degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Biblical Counseling from Master's International School of Divinity.
One of her favorite scriptures is Proverbs 3:5-6, "Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, lean not to your own understanding in all your ways acknowledge him and he will direct your path.”
Interviewed by Donna Patrick on the Donna Patrick Show
A Woman of Substance
"My heart is touched when those who are in turmoil find the answer, embrace it and transform the situation from a burden to a blessing."
Woman of the Year Destiny Worship Center, 2014
Dallas Life Mentor & Volunteer, 2012 - Current
PhD graduate of Master's Theological Research Institute
There is an inspirational song whose lyrics echo, "You are important to me, I need you to survive..."
Many people struggle with the vulnerability of reaching out for help. For decades, it was frowned upon to seek counseling or professional help when the matters of life outweigh our finite abilities to handle them. Thank God that those ideals are changing.
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