Princess of Power was something God planted in the heart of A. F. Baker during her father’s bypass surgery. Her father was her rock and was always there for her as her gentle giant, but his mortality was something that made her have to look deep inside herself as to who she was and what she really believed about herself. Was she a daughter of the Most High King? Was she a strong warrior and conqueror in God’s army? Or was she just a troubled little farm girl that failed in many areas of life and was now destined to be a statistic and burden on her family?
Through much arguing with God and delayed obedience, A. F. Baker came to see herself as the Word of God says—not just a “least of these.” As for the book, God reminded her that “she was meant for such times as these.” If she was going through it, then she was to help and/or prevent others from having to walk the same road. If hardship did come then to teach women to look deep inside themselves and see the princesses of power they were created to be.