“Can a woman forget her sucking child, that she should not have compassion on the son of her womb? Yea, they may forget, but I will not forget thee.” Isaiah 49:15 (KJV)
In this book, author Barbara D. Randolph explains "The Making of a Mother - A Journey to Being Made Whole”, you will read why I could not come for my son and why I could not send a birthday card on his 16th birthday. Additionally, you will read about the miraculous power of the Holy Spirit bringing restoration, healing and deliverance to our lives. I can unmistakably say that my being made a mother became my journey to being made whole.
Pastor Sadie Brunson is a prolific, dynamic, and heavily anointed minister. She brings a warm, compassionate and direct approach to caring for those who have been wounded – troubled by their past – or those who are just plain hungry for God and desire to grow closer to the Lord. Sadie is a consecrated woman of God who walks in a divine flow of God’s love and grace. She is loved and cherished by all that know her. Her new book, Mercy Rewrote My Life, was released in April 2009.
COTTON FIELD OF DREAMS is Janis F. Kearney's poignant memoir of the journey that led her from the cotton fields of Lincoln County, Arkansas, to the West Wing of the White House, where she served as diarist to former President William Jefferson Clinton. "Our hearts are warmed by stories [such] as this one: under-educated African-American sharecroppers pushing their children to achieve academically, then seeing them reach amazing pinnacles of success. From their parents, the Kearney children absorbed a powerful conviction: They were neither better nor less than any other human beings. This conviction gave them the self confidence to move far beyond their difficult beginnings"--William Jefferson Clinton. "Well-written, COTTON FIELD OF DREAMS is a welcome addition to libraries, seamlessly weaving lyrical prose and poignant human drama to entice the reluctant and satisfy the mature to read"--Roland Barksdale-Hall.
Janis F. Kearney
Something to Write Home About: Memories of a Presidential Diarist, is the the second installment of her memoir following Cotton Field of Dreams
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Her latest book release entitled "SEX AND THE SINGLE CHURCH SISTER How To Keep Your Dress On When You Want to Take It Off" is a non-fiction, self-help guide for unmarried women. It helps one navigate their way through the most prominent issues of our time facing contemporary single women. This transparent page turner covers issues few dare to speak openly about –especially in the church. It is a must read for every unmarried woman waiting for Mr. Right or currently involved with Mr. Right Now. Contact Sha' Givens and purchase her books atwww.shagivensspeaks.com
Spiritual Warfare – that struggle between competing entities is real, and if we are not fully protected with the armor of God, and know what the word of God says; we become easy prey for satan and his cohorts. But, thanks be unto God who have given us the victory through His spoken word and by the Blood of Jesus to combat the enemy.
Christians today are being tormented in their minds; because we are not using the power through the spoken word of Jesus Christ. In The Power of Confessions and Spiritual Warfare, I want to show you that the words you speak determine how you will survive attacks from the enemy. And you will be relieved to know that you have the victory and the enemy is defeated.
Book Title: The Other Side of Threw: A Journal of a Journey Home
Have you ever felt like you have been discarded, neglected or even thrown away? Well if so, there is hope. Those with wounded hearts can be healed and delivered. This book is a honest look at the devastating effects of betrayal and divorce. But the story doesn't stop there. Come and go along on the journey from despair to deliverance and see how God truly has the power to take us through the pain to purpose and from burden to blessing. What is on the other side of threw? This is a book that will help you know that answer.
Six months after newlywed Monique Pettaway-Ray landed her first teaching job as an eighth-grade science instructor in Huntsville, Alabama, her world suddenly imploded. Her husband was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison without parole. A vital part of her life was ripped from her—and Monique didn't know how to cope. Deeply honest and heartfelt, Incarcerated but Free shares how Monique broke the bars of her mental prison, forged an incredible faith in the Lord, and embarked on a path to help families of incarcerated individuals find hope and healing. Monique explores the doubts, fears, and perplexities that often accompany those who have a loved one in prison, and shares the coping strategies she developed to combat each challenge. Monique uses biblical passages to emphasize the important role God played in her journey, and includes questions for meditation and reflection at the end of each section. From overcoming shame to dealing with anger and frustration, Monique’s helpful, compassionate voice offers encouragement to those suffering from their own form of incarceration. A unique blend of memoir and self-help, Incarcerated but Free offers faith-filled inspiration to bring light to your darkest days.
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Presidential diarist and author Janis F. Kearney transforms civil rights legend Daisy Gatson Bates’ life from black and white, to living color. The author, who interviewed Bates many times; recreates her conversations and interviews to “fill in” places left un-filled, and colors incidents and experiences, to bring Daisy Bates to life. Kearney plums the mysterious murder of Bates’ mother, and the orphan’s childhood; the young woman’s prophetic decision to share a traveling salesman’s life; her non-traditional role as co-publisher of an award winning newspaper; and her leadership role at a time, and place where women rarely led.
By presidential diarist, newspaper publisher and author Janis F. Kearney. This new biographical memoir chronicles the life and memories of 107-year old TJ Kearney, who died just months before the release of the book, and include poignant essays by 15 of his 19 children. The author writes from the perspective of a daughter and memoirist of TJ Kearney’s purpose-filled life; his impoverished childhood, and his early years as a drifter and vagabond traveling the country by train and foot. She takes us through T.J.'s evolution into his decades long roles as community leader and irreplaceable patriarch of his large sharecropping family - a testament to the power of dreams, prayer and family love.
Be a cheerful giver! Choose to give in some form-whether giving money, volunteering, or giving away clothes or shoes to the needy. However you choose to give, please know it will bless someone. What you give away grows into wealth in every way. No matter who you are trust you will reap what you sow.
This book is full of inspiring testimonies of people who believe God blessed them because of how they gave. When you discover the gift of giving, you will experience a life full of blessings.