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Feature Story
Ask and it shall be given unto you…

Stuntwoman and actress Janeshia Adams-Ginyard took
that Scripture to heart when she started thanking God in
prayer every day for landing a role in a blockbuster film that
hadn't even begun auditions yet.

"[Every day my prayers] always started off with, 'Lord Jesus, I
thank you in advance for Black Panther,'" Ginyard tells
Guideposts.org of her ritual praise to be a stuntwoman in the
big-budget superhero movie whose pre-sale ticket sales have
sold more than any other superhero film to date. But she
didn't just pray. 

"In April 2016, my stunt mentor comes to me and she says,
'Hey, they're gonna be doing this Black Panther movie, and
you get that TaeKwonDo  stuff up, get your kicks and
everything up because they're gonna need you.
They're gonna need your skills.'" Ginyard hadn't heard
anything about casting for Marvel's newest tentpole film, but
she trusted her mentor, who had just wrapped working on the
Marvel film Captain America: Civil War, where the superhero
Black Panther is first introduced. Ginyard went to work,
strengthening her skills and believing God had a stuntwoman
role for her in what was sure to be a hit franchise of its own. 

In September 2016, Ginyard got the email she and her church
family had been praying for. 

Read the complete story in our
August/September 2018 issue
‘Black Panther’s
Janeshia Adams-Ginyard
Powerful Testimony on
How God Answered Her Prayer