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Leading Ladies Get Turned Up for Jesus

Twenty-One-Day Devotional Determined to Rock It Out for Women

by Tawanda Cade



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/6/2016

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5.5x8.5
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781512714548
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 64
ISBN : 9781512714531

About the Book

As a woman of God you are called to be the leading lady—not lead a mediocre existence. Life will send challenges daily, but as you are molded into perfection, you will discover who you really are. It may surprise you! However, it does not matter who your parents are or where you come from. As a lady you have the opportunity to be who God says you are and not a reflection of who others proclaim you to be. Every day a leading lady should spend at least ten or fifteen minutes with her heavenly Father through sacred prayer and devotion. It will shape the foundation of your heart and allow you to live on purpose instead of just existing from day to day. Many women struggle with the basic principles of life because they are too busy with things that have no purpose and add no potential value to their lives. Five or ten years later they are searching for love in all the wrong places, when it begins with your heavenly Father and loving yourself. Only then will you truly discover life and what your purpose as a woman of God is. If you are struggling with lack of love, forgiveness, appreciation, and are confused about who you are, then this book will help transform you. Let’s get turned up for Jesus and rock out this transition!

About the Author

Tawanda M. (Wright) Cade is a native of Scotia, South Carolina. She is currently serving in the United States navy as an active-duty physician assistant. She enjoys mentoring younger women and inspiring them to embrace the challenges of life with determination to pursue a legacy of becoming a leading lady. The title of her first book, Leading Ladies Get Turned Up For Jesus, is critical personally because her character as a young woman was designed by a village of southern women. She was raised by her single mother, Emma L. Wright, and her late grandmother, Gloria D. Ling. The book is a reflection of her past insecurities and how she overcame each level in order to become a strong Christian woman. As a child, she struggled with the lack of affection and love from her father. The struggle has paved the way for this book through various scenes of transformation. The book uncovers the valley of triumphs in order to help other young women discover their identity and purpose by accepting Jesus Christ as their spiritual Father.