ROSELIND REX

FOUNDER

  

Roselind Rex, has the passion to reach the young souls for Christ is her heart beat. She preaches, teaches, counsels, trains, writes and mentors in order to make the young people and young couples to be a powerful witness for Christ.

As a founder of “Word Life Foundation” her God given vision is 

….to Evangelize, Equip and Empower the YOUTH to be a powerful witness to Christ.

….to Restore, Rebuild and Reinforce FAMILIES  who will in turn build the kingdom of God.

Having the “Word of God” as the base, she is burdened to teach, train, correct & rebuke the youth and  couples through various seminars, workshops, training modules and Bible studies. (2 Tim 3:16,17)


Over 20 Years as Youth worker, Preacher, Trainer, counselor, Editor, Mentor and writer. This evangelist’s straightforward and uncompromising message of God’s love has inspired thousands of young people and hundreds of young couples to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

Born on 30th June, 1972, in Chennai city, Tamil Nadu, Roselind Rex was raised in a Christian family with good Christian principles. Being a traditional Christian until her 17 years, she gave her life to Jesus Christ during a Teens Camp, in September 1989. In the same camp she was filled with the burden for teenagers and hence started a small prayer fellowship at her college campus.


After serving among teenagers as a volunteer with Chennai diocese and Youth for Christ for nearly 6 years, she surrendered her life in obedience to God’s call, to serve Christ in full time. 

Married in 1994, Roselind Rex & her husband Rex Clement, have one daughter and a son. Rex Clement is also into fulltime Christian Media, bringing the good news to thousands.


She initiated and headed the department for Teenagers in Friends Missionary Prayer Band in 1995.Teenagers are hard to handle if they are not properly understood. But In her unique style and by creative methods she conducted retreats and camps throughout Tamil Nadu and introduced Christ to the teenagers. Many teenagers were delivered from the clutches of sin and accepted Jesus. She also introduced the missionary vision to the teenagers and made them to become prayer partners and giving partners of the mission work. Many teenagers even surrendered their life to become missionaries and now are actively serving in North India as missionaries.


She also headed the youth wing of Jesus Redeems Ministries from 2008 till 2016. She led more than 50,000 youths every year to the Lord through this ministry. She also served as an Editor for the Tamil & English Youth magazine called the “Valibar Ulagam” & “Youth Life”. She is also gifted in counseling and has helped many young people to seek freedom from suicidal thoughts, stress, depression and various sinful addictions. She is also talented in writing exceptional articles addressing the current youth issues. She is also burdened for young couples and hence conducted an exclusive mass meeting for 1100 young couples in Chennai and for around 400 couples in Bangalore. As a result many families were healed.


She is also excellent at hosting youth programs in Television. “Cross Roads” is one program which reached many young people, while she addressed the issues faced by the youth. “Esuvum Nanum” is an outstanding program where she was privileged to interview the great man of God, Bro. Mohan. C. Lazarus. She awarded as the “Best Interviewer” twice by the Galilean Awards for her great contribution in interviewing various people.She also anchored a program called “Enna Seivathu” along with Brother Mohan C Lazarus and Psychologist Dr. Christina Augustine which became very popular among the Tamil speaking crowd. As a result of this program she was started counseling young couples who have conflict in their marriage.

She has a special anointing in identifying the gifts and talents of the young people and carefully mentors them to become a potential person in the kingdom of God. By her careful mentoring she has created many young leaders who are serving Christ nationally and internationally.