Founder and Executive Director

Dr. Magon Saunders, Sunday School Teacher, Divorce Support Group Facilitator, Author, and Forgiveness Advocate is the Founder and Executive Director of Forgive4 Health Ministries in Stone Mountain, Georgia. A forgiveness researcher, Magon is particularly interested in how forgiveness impacts the health of minorities, especially African Americans. Magon holds a doctoral degree in Health Sciences with a concentration in Global Health.  A Registered Dietitian, Magon has extensive experience working with diverse clients to improve their nutritional status and to manage their medical conditions. She has received numerous awards and commendations for her work in Georgia and across our nation, including the 2018 CDC Public Health Impact Award, the 2006 Community Services Award from former Georgia Governor, Sonny Perdue, and the 2006 Georgia Department of Public Health's Community Services Award.

Magon is passionate about making a difference, and believes that volunteerism is the best way to "pay it forward". She is a mother and  grandmother and resides with her family in Stone Mountain, GA.


Mrs. Stasea Austin, BS, MS (in process)  serves as Vice- Chair for Forgive4 Health Ministries and lead the organization activities in the absence of the Founder/ President. Stasea holds a BS in Psychology from Georgia State University and  completed coursework for her Masters in School Counseling at Capella University. Stasea currently resides with her family in Irving, TX.



I am Sheika Saunders-Warmington. I am honored to be the treasurer for Forgive4 health ministry.

I have a B.Sc degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance. MBA in Business Administrations concentration in Human Resources. I have enjoyed over 7 years of a successful banking career. Despite my love for numbers my love for people and service has supersede the love for numbers, which explains my current occupation as a Flight Attendant. “

I am excited about service and serving others. My motto is “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”

Outside of my work life I enjoy spending quality time with my family, traveling, experiencing new cultures and volunteering to advance humanity.

“When you forgive, you in no way change the pass- but you sure do change the future.” Bernard Meltzer


Pamela  Barnes, BS in Sociology, (University of Michigan) MS, in Health and Human Services with a Specialty in Community Services (Capella University)and a  MS in Early Childhood Education from Grand Canyon  University is the Board Secretary for Forgive4 Health Ministries.Pamela Barnes is a mother of three children – Michael, a High School football coach and Rehab Officer; Priscilla, a VSU graduate, Assistant manager and Media manager for Finders Keepers Boutique; and Christopher who serves as Firearms Control in the United States Navy. She has 5 grandchildren – Cheyanne, Derrian, Mikiah, Isaac and Evelyn. She is a retired Paraprofessional from the City Schools of Decatur.Pamela gave her life to the Lord in 1978 and never looked back. She became a member of The Tabernacle in 1995 while under the pastor ship of Roger Brumbalow and has served in many events at The Tabernacle, in addition to working in the church nursery under Ms. Kathy and volunteering in the food pantry.She came out of retirement and is in her 2nd year as a teacher at Sand Preschool in Decatur, GA.


Other Team Members include Pastors, Chaplains, Health Coaches, Behavioral Scientists, Registered Dietitians, Nurses, and other Forgiveness Advocates.

Call us at 404-500-9200 for more details about our team or to volunteer at our ministry.


"But if you do not forgive others their sins, your heavenly Father will not forgive your sins"



About Our Ministries


People living free of unforgiveness and all its consequences.


Forgive4 Health Ministries exists to help individuals to forgive those who transgress against them, so that they can walk in freedom and thrive.

  The Birth of a Ministry

After spending more than ten years working with divorcees, Dr. Saunders felt led to complete her dissertation research on the topic of forgiveness and health in African American divorcees. After years of extensive research, and the successful defense and publication of her research, Dr. Saunders was moved by the peer-reviewed evidence on forgiveness, and its impact on all people, but especially African Americans. As Magon struggled with this new knowledge, she was constantly reminded through her work in public health and clinical care about the high burden of chronic diseases impacting many Americans. The impact of unforgiveness was even more pronounced as Magon struggled to help many of her clients to lose weight, manage their diabetes, or control their hypertension. Many of these patients had become polypharmacys, but remained “stuck” until the deeper issues of unforgiveness, bitterness, and anger in their lives was addressed. Seeing the impact of completing forgiveness assessments and facilitating the forgiveness process in the clinical setting, and the resulting transformation in patients, is the impetus behind this ministry. Forgive4 Health Ministries has functioned as an inter-church ministry for years, but held its first forgiveness conference in September, 2018, and was officially incorporated in December of 2018. 

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Three large beautifully furnished private bedrooms for rent in Stone Mountain, GA, with shared bathroom. Shared space includes a large kitchen, laundry room, dining room, and living room. This property is near the Indian Creek Train Station, bus lines, and the Georgia State Clarkston and Piedmont College campuses. This is a great place for students, interns, and/ or long-term mature individuals. Property is a large single-family home and the long-term home to two older women. So, women are preferred renters for this listing. No pets or smoking allowed on this property!

Monthly rent includes high-speed internet, cable/Roku in rooms, gas, electric, lawn care, security, and water. Rooms all have large flat-screen TVs, mini-refrigerators, desks, towels, bedspreads, comforters, and other necessary linens. Monthly rental cost is $700 per room, plus a $350 damage deposit. Renter will need to pass a background check before signing a lease and moving in. Call Meg at 404-500-9204 or email us at trustinggod2016@gmail.com to set up an appointment to view the rooms.

We know:

That no one should prescribe unless they assess, and we believe that a forgiveness assessment should be a part of that process.

That unforgiveness impacts the onset, control, and management of heart diseases, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, etc.

    That health is a state of physical, mental, social, and spiritual well being, and not just the absence of diseases, therefore, as clinicians we must consider the spiritual side of our patients.
    That Forgive4 Health Ministries exists to be that bridge between the church and the health systems, and to be an advocate for completing forgiveness assessment for all patients.

                                                                  Program Goals

To encourage health care providers to assess the forgiveness levels of  all individuals  and to refer them as appropriate to other “caring professionals".

To help  all people to forgive those who transgress against them, so that they can thrive. 

To eliminate health inequalities so that everyone can live to their full potential.


                                                       Programs and Services

  • Individual and group forgiveness assessments
  • Group forgiveness workshops and or circles
  • Forgiveness training, curriculum development, and continuing education courses
  • Forgiveness research and survey design and implementation
  • Personal forgiveness consultations
  • Books and other educational resources on forgiveness, divorce, nutrition, and health.etc.
  • Forgiveness program development and evaluation
  • Health coaching, diet counseling, and supermarket tours
  • Divorce mediation, pre-marital counseling, and family support
  • Support groups and programs to strengthen families, and communities


    We come to Churches, family reunion groups, work sites, health systems, and others interested in scheduling   forgiveness and health workshops. Let us help you “heal all your relationships for good”. Call us at 404-500-9204 for a free initial consultation.


*Please check out our programs and services page and our Web Store to locate tools and resources for your personal and organizational needs.

Contact us:

Dr. Magon Saunders, DHSc, MS, RDN, LD

Forgive4 Health Ministries

Stone Mountain


Phone: 404-500-9204

Fax: 404-294-4072

Email: forgive4health@gmail.com

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Forgive4Health