Before the age of 9, life for Teresa Tarpley was a blur. Moving away from the projects in Fort Worth, Texas didn't make her life better. In fact, that's when the violence began. Pushed to the background in the shadow of her older brother, depression plagued her from an early age. Rejected and desperate for love and acceptance, she made choices that eventually led to a downward spiral of drugs, sex and abuse. When her third child was born addicted to crack, CPS got involved. Something had to change. But would she have the strength to finally end the mess she'd made and turn her life around?More info →
Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Hebrews 11. Have you ever questioned your own level of faith, especially when you thought you had it, but seem to have lost it? Perhaps it isn't the quantity, but rather the quality of your faith. Jesus told the disciples they had littleness of faith. Is it possible I do too?
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Drake wants nothing more than to destroy Charissa's faith, and he won't stop at anything, including deception, enticement and using others to break her.
After waking, chained in a dungeon, she learns her true shackles aren't physical. The only way to escape comes from breaking emotional and spiritual bondage. Once free, Charissa must make a decision that will affect her life - and her soul.
Which is better? Walk in physical freedom with chains around her heart, or risk imprisonment or even death to free five women held captive because of her? Will she return and lead the others Out of the Dungeon?
Every writer has an inner nemesis - probably several. The desire to write and create fights with everyday life. And sometimes we need a little help.
This book includes sections for encouragement/inspiration, writing prompts, exercises and challenges, venting, prayers and submissions, and to record or develop ideas. Use one section per day or multiple. And most of all, have fun overcoming your inner nemesis.More info →
What is a homeless heart? It has nothing to do with where you live or work. It's not about what car you drive or the brand of clothes your wear. A homeless heart is no respecter of persons. It isn't about how fat or small your bank account looks, your heritage or even the color of your skin.
A homeless heart is a condition, created not so much by circumstances or situations, but instead by how we choose to respond to them. The real kicker? Anyone - yes, you and me are anyone - can have tenets of a homeless heart. And any of us can overcome our homeless heart.