Even Me is a book about an unworthy feeling young woman who struggled with the scars and brokenness that were caused by a series of life interruptions. Living her life without the father whose love she so desperately craved caused her to look for love in all the wrong places. Becoming a single parent at the age of 20 made her realize that her life was not over, but just beginning. Losing loved ones and experiencing the shattering of hopes and dreams made her more dependent upon God. Even Me is about the inner strength that was found to overcome the many obstacles that were set before her. One day this young woman had a personal encounter with God that led her to being delivered from sinful acts that has kept her in bondage for years and the restoration that caused her to realize how worthy she really was. Even Me is a book that will encourage a single parent, make a non-believer believe in the Promises of Jesus, but most importantly, will lead some soul to their deliverance. Be it man, woman, boy or girl; God used me and he can still use you. After reading Even Me, I hope and pray that some young women or young man will realize that not all of life interruptions are meant for bad; but meant for your good.
Release on 2010-02-08 | by AWC – All Women Concerned
Author: AWC – All Women Concerned
Pubpsher: Xlibris Corporation
What You Lose when You Respond to Ignorance You lose control. You lose your good life and place it on hold. You lose your focus. You lose your peace of mind. You lose your temper. You lose your smile. You lose your self respect. You lose respect for others. You lose your confidence. You lose your potential. You lose the ability to solve simple concepts. You lose the ability to see a need for change. You lose family and friends & stress those you love. You lose too much time wasting it on ignorance. “Living Is About Forgiving” BE A WINNER! Richard M. Whitley Sr. 2006
The Adventure of Two Girls Reaching Out to Share God’s Love
Author: Adrienne Camp
Pubpsher: Harvest House Publishers
Category: Juvenile Fiction
Open Children’s Eyes and Hearts to the World Around Them Even Me follows kid sisters Bella and Arie on their mission trip to Africa. Join this pair as they prepare for their long journey, travel to their faraway destination, meet and serve the people of Uganda, and share the spiritual lessons the Lord taught them along the way. As Bella and Arie’s adventure unfolds, children will experience a new culture and see what a short-term mission trip looks like, from fundraising to service projects to sharing about Jesus. They will learn that regardless of culture, class, or color, all people are made in God’s image and loved equally by Him. Most important, young ones will discover that God can use them to accomplish great things. Use this story to spark meaningful conversations about His purpose and plan for children’s lives.
But God Said I Can ...Even Me This book was penned to encourage readers that no matter what their circumstance or past, God can and will use them for His good purposes. It takes the teachings and works of God in the Bible days and reveals His miraculous works in the lives of women today who are experiencing the same trials. Visualize your situation in the lives of these women, and be ready to experience a “magnificent vision” for your life through the eyes of God.
Ingrid Betancourt's story - her exemplary courage, spirit and resilience - has captured the world's imagination. A politician and presidential candidate celebrated for her determination to combat the corruption and climate of fear endemic in Colombia, in 2002 she was taken hostage by FARC, a terrorist guerrilla organisation. She was held captive in the depths of the jungle for six and a half years, chained day and night for much of that time, constantly on the move and enduring gruelling conditions. She was freed and reunited with her children and relatives in 2008. It is Betancourt's indomitable spirit that drives this important and deeply moving book, telling in her own words the extraordinary drama of her capture and eventual rescue, and describes her fight to survive, mentally and physically. As she confronts the horror of what she went through, her story also goes beyond the specifics of her own confinement to offer an intensely intelligent, thoughtful and compassionate reflection on what it means to be human.