Despite Kameika Hinson’s many roles as a Medical Laboratory Scientist, Minister, and Grief Coach, the one role she’s always wanted to be since childhood was that of a mother. However, in 2007, her motherhood dreams were halted when she was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). Tipping the scale at an alarming 419 pounds, she knew that she needed surgical help with losing weight. In July 2015, Kameika had bariatric surgery and she slowly emerged into the woman that she always knew existed behind the weight. In 2017, Kameika became pregnant before losing her baby to a miscarriage. Although heartbroken, her calling from God to help others became clear.
Kameika started her ministry at her church as a weekly support group called Mommy’s Heavenly Angel (which has been changed to Jeremiah’s Journey to Healing support group) but she didn’t stop there. Kameika is now the Founder and CEO of a nonprofit organization called Jeremiah’s Journey to Healing Ministries – which is named after her baby in heaven. She helps women who have had miscarriages or infant death to cope with loss and to heal by faith. She does this by coaching the women on ways to heal from emotional trauma, to understand that all things happen for a reason and to activate their faith through purpose discovery. Kameika is furthering her services by pursuing her Doctorate in Ministry while focusing on Christian Counseling. Authoring her forthcoming book, “Hello Jesus: A Guide to Hearing the Voice of God”, Kameika aims to help readers decipher between the voice of God as opposed to the noise of society.
To connect with Kameika, you can go to bit.ly/JJHMINISTRIES. You can also follow her on Facebook: Kameika Plush Hinson and Jeremiah’s Journey to Healing Ministries
Instagram: @futuredrkam and @jjhministries
Facebook Support Group: bit.ly/JJHsupportgroup